Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a condition characterized by problems paying attention, having trouble controlling behavior, and acting impulsively. People with ADHD may act without thinking, interrupt others, move around too much, and forget details. Symptoms vary among individuals, but many experience symptoms throughout childhood and adolescence. While children with ADHD tend to improve as they mature, adults with ADHD continue to struggle with these issues. There are two major forms of ADHD: predominantly inattentive type (ADD), and combined type (CD).
We cover a lot of ADHD on LDACA, on this page we compile all of our articles about the subject so you can easily search through it and find out different aspects of the condition more easily.
ADHD Library and Resources
- Sensory Overload ADHD: Is it too much?
- ADHD and Driving: Is it safe?
- ADHD Alcohol: Does drinking make it worse?
- ADHD Iceberg: 5 Hidden Signs of ADHD and More
- ADHD Intrusive Thoughts: What are they?
- Can Adderall Affect Your Period? | 5 Ways it Might
- Teachers with ADHD: Can You Teach with ADHD?
- Vitamin C and Adderall: Do they interact?
- 5 Signs ADHD Medication Dose Too High