These symptoms in adults may be taken into consideration before discussing ADHD, Adderall, or Lisdexamfetamine. It is not a tool for diagnosis.
The following are signs of inattention:
* frequently makes thoughtless errors and pays little attention to details. Examples include missing information or submitting work that is incorrect.
* frequently finds it difficult to focus on activities. For instance, they may find it difficult to concentrate during lectures, talks, or lengthy readings. They also frequently appear not to listen when talked to directly. Example: When there is no evident distraction, the mind seems to be elsewhere.
* Frequently ignores instructions, chores, or responsibilities at work. Example: A person begins tasks but rapidly loses concentration and is easily distracted.
* Frequently struggles with task and activity organization.
* Frequently avoids, hates, or is unwilling to participate in jobs involving prolonged mental effort, such as writing reports or filling out forms. Examples include untidy, unorganized work, poor time management, and failure to meet deadlines.
Frequently forgets daily tasks like running errands, returning calls, paying bills, and keeping appointments.
* Frequently loses items like tools, wallets, keys, paperwork, eyeglasses, and mobile phones.
* Frequently easily distracted by other things, including unrelated thoughts.
ADHD signs of impulsivity and hyperactivity
* Frequently taps hands and feet, wriggles in seat, or fidgets, even when staying seated is anticipated.
Example: They wander off in a workplace or other setting where they are supposed to stay seated or in other circumstances that call for them to remain seated.
* Frequently runs or climbs in inappropriate places or acts restless (in adults, this may only be limited to feeling restless).
* Frequently unable to engage in leisure activities quietly
* Frequently acts as if they are “on the go” or “driven by a motor.”
Example: is unable to sit motionless for a long period of time, such as in meetings or restaurants; frequently talks excessively; frequently answers questions before they are fully posed.
Examples include finishing other people’s sentences and being unable to wait for the next turn in a conversation. Its is advisable to see a doctor before you start using adderall and watch out for ADHD symptoms.