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Adult & Child Psychiatrist

How Can an Adult Psychiatrist Help You With Adult ADHD?

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder is a common condition that impacts roughly 11% of the U.S. population. With millions of individuals diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity-disorder, seeking information for adult ADHD is only natural. ADHD can present a variety of problems, risks, and challenges for the unprepared adult. Today, we are going to delve into ADHD, how it manifests in adults, and how an adult psychiatrist can help you handle everything with confidence.

When we talk about ADHD, it is likely that we associate the disorder with young children. Most doctors will prescribe ADHD in a child between the ages of five and eleven. As the child grows older, their likelihood of procuring an ADHD diagnosis diminishes. Due to our changing and evolving understanding of ADHD, we are now able to accurately diagnose adults with ADHD who did not receive treatment in their childhood. With the help of an adult psychiatrist, this could lead to major breakthroughs for individuals who are struggling with undiagnosed adult ADHD!

ADHD manifests in adults in a variety of different ways. The most common characteristics of the condition include an inability to sit still or focus as well as a struggle to get daily tasks and duties accomplished. These hurdles can obviously impact your work, your relationships, and your overall well being. An educated and board-certified psychiatrist can lead you through the psychotherapy and prescription medication to get your adult ADHD under control. As you learn to identify your ADHD and treat it in the moment, you will feel empowered by new freedom!

There is always going to be something new to learn about ADHD. In order to tackle your ADHD in a safe and controlled environment, contact a psychiatrist to further explore your condition. For all other information, keep returning to the ADHD Owner's Manual by Neil Alex, M.D.

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