Adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
It is a mental health disorder that includes a combination of symptoms such as difficulty concentrating, hyperactivity, and impulsive behavior.
A lack of self-esteem, unstable relationships, and subpar academic or occupational performance are all potential outcomes of ADHD in adults.

Despite being referred to as adult ADHD, symptoms manifest during early childhood and persist into maturity. There are instances where ADHD is not identified or diagnosed until the adult years. Symptoms of ADHD in adults might not be as apparent as those observed in children. While hyperactivity may diminish in adults, persistent challenges with impulsivity, restlessness, and attention deficits may persist.
Despite the lack of clarity regarding the precise etiology of ADHD, ongoing research endeavors persist. The following variables may contribute to the development of ADHD:

  • The genetic component. According to studies, ADHD may be inherited, and that genes may be involved.
  • Environment. Certain environmental factors, such as childhood lead exposure, may also contribute to an increased risk.
  • Problems during development. A role may be played by central nervous system issues during critical stages of development.
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