A thorough examination of a misunderstood condition.
Though it's traditionally thought of as a childhood disorder, a growing body of research is bringing awareness to the fact that ADHD often continues into adulthood, though its symptoms often take on a different form and make the disorder more difficult to diagnose.
• Covers what ADHD looks like in adults, how symptoms can vary greatly from one person to the next, and how it often gets misdiagnosed
• Includes information on related conditions that often coexist with adult ADHD, including depression and anxiety
• Discusses various treatment options-pharmaceutical, behavioral, lifestyle, and alternative approaches