Medicine is a constantly evolving field. A number of long-held medical beliefs have been debunked. One of these ideas was that adults and teenagers could not be diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

As a result of this outdated way of thinking, more people are receiving the diagnosis. According to estimates, 4% of adults suffer from ADHD. It is critical to understand how ADHD, regardless of age, can affect a variety of daily activities. For more information on the available treatments, please see the attached infographic.

ADHD Treatments For Adults vs. Children from Universal Drugstore