Common symptoms include: persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, emptiness. frequent feelings of anxiety, irritability, restlessness, or frustration. loss of interest in things you used to enjoy. trouble paying attention. changes in your appetite. trouble sleeping. fatigue.Author: Erica Roth.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD) is a common psychological disorder that is characterized by problems with attention, impulsivity and/or hyperactivity. It can occur in adults. Adults who experience serious or chronic problems due to 6 or more of these symptoms and do not have symptoms of hyperactivity or impulsivity may have AD/HD without hyperactivity.
Then they start managing their ADHD by ADHD medication, adult ADHD coaching or therapy, exercise, lifestyle changes, greater self-awareness and participation in Adult ADD support groups, and the grey fog of depression starts to lift. Eventually, there’s no more depression, just ADHD. If you look at the symptoms.