While many people have heard of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), there are also a lot of misconceptions that it’s just a “children’s disorder” and that kids “grow out of it” when they reach adulthood.
And while this is true for some, many kids carry ADHD into adulthood. In fact, ADHD is estimated to affect 4% to 5% of adults.
That means for every 20 adults you meet, one of them most likely has ADHD. Now, with that statistic out of the way, let’s also destroy the misconception that ADHD is a disorder that’s merely a minor inconvenience for teachers and parents to deal with.Read more on themighty.com