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ADD Test San Francisco – Attention Deficit Disorder Signs

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Once thought to be a disorder that affected only children, Attention Deficit Disorder (also known as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is now known to affect more than 4.4% of the adult population in the United States and over 7% in San Francisco itself. Marked by an inability to focus, disorganized thinking, distractibility, and poor impulse control, undiagnosed ADD can have disastrous consequences on both your personal and professional life. Fortunately, as more research comes to the forefront, ADD treatment options are widely available, and those who have suffered in silence for years are now finding ways to get help. The first step, of course, is to get a diagnosis. If you think you might have adult ADD, read on to see what you should know and when it’s time to seek a professional ADD test in San Francisco.

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Recognize There Is More Than One Type of ADD

When most of us think about ADD, we think of what is now known as ‘Classic ADD.’ Core ADD symptoms include hyperactivity, an inability to concentrate, and chronic procrastination. It is still the most common form of ADD diagnosed. However, there are actually seven different types of ADD—all of which have slightly other symptoms. Limbic ADD, for example, has the added symptoms of sadness, low energy, and chronic self-esteem issues. Another form of ADD, Ring of Fire ADD, can cause sufferers to lash out with mean or nasty behavior. The point here is that even if you don’t suffer from the typical ADD symptoms, you may still have one of the other types. Take an online self-assessment to see if any of the symptoms you experience match up, then see a doctor for a professional ADD test in San Francisco.


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The 7 Types of ADD


Ask Yourself These Questions

To further determine if you are suffering from adult ADD, test yourself with the following questions:

Do Any of My Family Members Have ADD?

Did you know that more than 25% of those diagnosed with adult ADD have a family member who also has the disorder? If you or other family members have ADD, there is a higher chance that you may have the disorder as well.

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Are Time Management or Focus Techniques Helpful to Me?

There is sometimes a fine line between actual ADD and a simple lack of focus or time management skills. If you have tried different techniques to keep yourself organized or manage your time better and found that you simply cannot stick with them no matter how hard you try, you may have ADD.

Am I Constantly Late?

It’s one thing to be late occasionally due to weather, traffic, or unforeseen circumstances. However, those with adult ADD symptoms are chronically late. This is because they get absorbed or distracted by something and completely lose track of time. If you’ve lost friends or jobs because you can’t seem to be on time no matter how hard you try, ADD could be the culprit.


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Signs of ADD


Do I Find Myself Being Bored All the Time?

Due to a lack of focus, those with adult ADD often find themselves fighting boredom. Those without ADD can quickly get interested in a movie, book, television show, or hobby. Whereas, the person with ADD has trouble taking pleasure in these simple tasks. They can be chronically restless or always looking for something new and exciting to do. This disinterest can manifest itself in risky behavior like gambling or extreme sports, or addictions to drugs or alcohol.

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If you have adult ADD, you can finally come out of the shadows and get the help you deserve. If any of the above strike a chord with you, it’s vital that you see a professional get a proper diagnosis and the treatment you need.

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