ADHD in adults: recent publications

ADHD Hyperactivity Doesn’t Stop in Childhood

DSM. Hyperactive symptoms don’t disappear in adulthood, but they do often morph into racing thoughts, non-stop talking, social interruptions, and poor self-control.

This type of ADHD is seldom recognized or diagnosed later in life, especially in women, though its symptoms are pervasive and life altering.ADDitude recently asked adults with hyperactive ADHD how their symptoms have changed or stayed the same since childhood, and how hyperactivity affects their thoughts, actions, and life as a whole. Share your experience with life-long hyperactivity in the Comments section below.“Hyperactivity affects every aspect of my life.

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