Attention deficit is an ongoing neuropsychiatric disorder that begins in childhood, the effect of which can spread throughout life. Heredity, genetics and brain imaging studies on its biological origins have made important contributions to our understanding of this disorder. Although it is a well-defined psychiatric disorder, both social-cultural objections to the diagnosis of ADHD and added psychiatric co-diagnoses lead to it remaining a poorly understood disorder. In addition, the fact that different symptoms of the disorder come to the fore in certain periods can confuse parents, instructors and even doctors.
A decrease in incidence with the progression of age actually indicates a decrease in discomfort symptoms. Often the symptoms have not completely disappeared. Due to the addition of features of the period, the presence of the disorder, especially in adolescents, leads to a ceiling of risky health behaviors and permanent damage going forward. However, it can be said that well-known excessive mobility and impulsive behavior, that is, without thinking about its consequences, tend to decrease over time. However, despite this downward trend, in individuals with adult ADHD are unable to start a job, bad time management in the workplace in a number of the launch despite a lot of inefficiency and we didn’t finish, sitting through a meeting, the inability to handle stress and anger attacks, just a tendency to tell it, bad driving issues, and marriage and of its responsibilities related to the administration-intensive or frequently occur problems goes on and on. When addressing this disorder in adults, the complexity of adult life, unlike childhood, should be taken into account and the change in symptoms should be given importance with age.