What ADHD Does to Your Brain
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, is a neurodevelopmental condition characterised by problems with focus, hyperactivity, and impulsiveness. People with ADHD often have a harder time paying attention in class or completing tasks at work, leading to difficulties in social settings. ADHD can also lead to mood swings and problems with self-esteem. Lack of understanding by peers, friends and family members predisposes the person to anxiety about poor performance, causes self-blame about missed schedules and deadlines, and creates social isolation. Forgetfulness and losing items is a common symptom.
ADHD begins in childhood and can persist into adulthood, although the symptoms may change over time. It is thought to be caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Environmental factors such as stress, poor nutrition, and exposure to toxins can also contribute to the development of ADHD. It is believed that ADHD runs in families, so if you have a parent or sibling with ADHD, you are more likely to have it as well. There is no single test used to diagnose ADHD. Instead, doctors will use a variety of methods, including taking a medical history, conducting physical exams, and observing behaviour.
“ADHD” — an abstract digital artwork that I generated using the AI in the Wombo Dream app.
P.S.: My neurodivergent brain failed to submit the publication on time. A typical ADHD trait — losing track of time and being delayed. I was supposed to publish the article before midnight local time but, in fact, it’s soon 1 am…
Further reads about neurodivergence:
The Truth About Neurodivergence — The Natural Variations Between Human Brains
Understanding the vibrant spectrum of neuropsychological conditions
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I'm sorry if I may, you have mutltiple neurodevelopmental condition? I would claim mine is autistic syndrome, I wouldn't claim the rest.