Steven Gans, MD is board-certified in psychiatry and it is an active manager, instructor, and mentor at Massachusetts General Hospital.
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Females often live with undiscovered attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), partly given that it’s a state of being which had been usually considered to influence mostly men, but in addition because females generally have a less apparent kind than men. At school, ADHD signs in girls could get over looked because females are more inclined to have inattentive ADHD, which doesn’t always have the visible behavior issues that hyperactive/impulsive ADHD often does. п»ї п»їп»ї
ADHD will come in three presentations: inattentive, hyperactive/impulsive, and a mix of the 2. Males generally have the hyperactive/impulsive type, that might make them be fidgety, constantly on the road, interrupt others, feel restless, communicate a lot, make snap decisions, have mood swings, and stay impatient. (more…)