About 5% of adults have ADHD with only 1% seeking help.
Some adults don’t even realize they have it. They believe their actions and lack of focus are just “normal for some people.”
ADHD is not brought on in adult years. Adults that have ADHD had it as a child, yet some were never diagnosed. Their lack of attention, disorginization, hyperness and lack of focusing on even the simplest things were looked upon as laziness and disrespect. But this simply isn’t the case.
ADHD is a chemical imbalance in the brain. With proper knowledge you can find a way to deal with and control your symptoms. The more you learn, the better you are to handle what ADHD throws at you.