Adult ADHD Test
If 8 or more of the below listed traits are continuously persistent in an individual's behavior, then they may have ADHD.
- Gives up easily on tasks, assignments and self-interests.
- Poor reality testing skills, and avoidance of reason or logic.
- Poorly developed skills of integration, interpolation and extrapolation.
- Poor skills of attention and concentration, unable to sustain focus of interest.
- Difficulties in short term and long term memory acquisition and management.
- Difficulty in making up their mind, or making choices without undue anxiety.
- Poor planning abilities, unable to follow through consistently or complete tasks.
- Difficulty in differentiating between competing, extraneous stimulation.
- Easily distracted from tasks, conversations or social interaction.
- Often over-stimulated and over-sensitized to their surroundings.
- Poor listening skills, often interrupts others, abruptly changes topic.
- Overly excitable, reactivate easily perseverating from one situation to another.
- Inability to manage emotional responses, overly responsive to depressive neutral cascade patterns leading to temper tantrums.
- Easily frustrated, emotional liable/unstable leading to the immediate changeable moods, behavioral inconsistencies.
- Often hyperactive, fidgety, overwhelmed with feelings of restlessness.
- Inability to maintain appropriate social conduct, often disruptive in school.
- Experiences difficulty in following instructions and guidance.
- Impatient, continuing difficulties in delaying gratification.
- Overly demanding may become self-destructive and aggressive.
Poor sleep patterns, often not rested, angry or despondent upon rising.