3 Signs of High-Functioning ADHD
Final Thoughts on Some Signs of High-Functioning ADHD
As an adult, you might believe it’s not possible to have ADHD. But that’s not accurate. Sure, ADHD appears during childhood. But, seeing as there’s no cure, only treatments, it stays with you through adulthood. But symptoms manifest differently, which is why this condition is known as high-functioning ADHD when referring to adults.
Symptoms of this condition fall into the same categories as the ones for childhood ADHD, which are inattentive or a lack of focus, hyperactivity, and impulsiveness. But they are better managed or masked once you reach a certain age. Someone struggling with high-functioning ADHD is likely disorganized, fidgets struggles to complete tasks, and makes rash decisions. But the good thing is that it’s never too late to get the proper diagnosis and start treatment to manage these symptoms.