Symptoms of Adult ADHD

ADHD is not JUST a childhood disorder. These symptoms can range on a spectrum from mild to severe:

Inattention

Lack of focus or hyper-focus

Poor attention to detail

Disorganization

Difficulty planning or prioritizing

Forgetfulness


Poor time management

Problems completing tasks

Impulsivity

Extreme emotionality and rejection sensitivity

Low frustration tolerance

Social failures and relationship problems

Executive dysfunction


The Facts About Adult ADHD

At ASCEND’s Atlanta ADHD testing, ADHD isn’t just a childhood disorder. Even though ADHD often begins in childhood, many patients are never diagnosed until much later. At ASCEND’s Adult ADHD testing, neurologists with years of clinical experience use objective, evidence-based methods to assess and treat the condition.

FACT:

A person with ADHD might have other emotional disorders.

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ADHD affects people of all ages, sexes and intelligence levels.

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Everyone from time to time displays some ADHD symptoms, but people with a chronic lack of attention warrant a diagnosis of Attention Deficit Disorder.

FACT:

People with ADHD can focus on activities they enjoy, but have trouble concentrating on repetitive or mundane activities.

Physicians That Care.

Our professionals are highly trained and dedicated, with more than 30-years of experience in the diagnosis, treatment and education of ADHD. We are trained in the most up-to-date approach to evaluating, diagnosing and treating Atlanta’s adult ADHD patients.

Dr. Howard Schub

Alicia Smith, C.PNP

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If left undiagnosed and untreated, ADHD can make everyday tasks more challenging. This may increase the risk of professional underachievement, impairments in interpersonal relationships or at worst risk of substance abuse.

If you think you might have ADHD, please get tested. Referrals may be required by your health plan so please check with your insurance company. To schedule the test or an appointment at our Atlanta Adult ADHD clinic, please fill out our contact form below or call 404-256-3535.