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A lot of individuals may be familiar with the term adult ADHD but not really know much more about it. The aim of the author with this book is to not only apprise the listener of what exactly ADHD is by giving a definition and an outline of the symptoms but to provide a self-assessment test that anyone can do in the comfort of their home to determine whether or not the possibility of ADHD exists.

Of course a doctor has to make the final decision but this information and test can help you to think a bit more about some of the things that you are experiencing and also make you better equipped with questions and answer for the doctor that you go to in order to validate the diagnosis. Based on what is presented attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is not a disorder that cannot be controlled. The challenge is finding the right set and dosage of medications to help you to do so. When it come to dealing with a disorder you have to take the first step. This book will only help you to be more prepared for the process ahead or make you better understand what someone diagnosed with ADHD is going through.

©2014 Jason Newman (P)2014 Jason Newman

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  • Willamette Valley, Oregon
  • 02-07-18

Dry as DIRT, But Useful Medication Information

The narration for this is robotic and awkward, much of the symptoms described are a starting point, but this book doesn't focus enough on how ADHD/ADD manifests in girls/women, and I didn't find the "Interactive Questions for ADHD Assessment" any more useful than a good one you could find on the internet. I do think the medication portion could be useful as a reference.