ADHD/ADD - Total Behavioral Health

As of 2019, the CDC estimated 11.7% of boys between 3-17 years old had been diagnosed with ADHD. 5.7% for girls the same age. ADHD diagnoses among adults are growing four times faster than are ADHD diagnoses among children in the United States. Whether your 13 or 31, Total Behavioral Health’s expert team of psychiatrists will take the time needed to answer your questions about ADHD, address your concerns, and be an advocate for all your behavioral needs.

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With so many children and adults affected by this disorder, there has been a lot of debate and confusion over what to call it. Depending on how old they were when they were diagnosed, what the perspective of their therapist was, or what their own personal view of the disorder is, people who are affected may call the same type of symptoms ADD or ADHD. The terms are used interchangeably, though ADHD is recognized as the current, official term. The biggest difference between ADD and ADHD is that ADD is obsolete terminology that is no longer used as a formal diagnosis.

Adults with ADHD present symptoms differently from symptoms experienced by children. For example, adults may:

– Have trouble concentrating and not show attention to detail
– Be disorganized and frequently misplace items
– Demonstrate poor time-management skills and be consistently late
– You may also experience other seemingly unrelated issues and concerns, including:
– Depression and anxiety
– Impulsiveness
– Anger management issues
– Mood swings
– Problems at work or school
– Low motivation

Testing for ADHD is not as simple as taking an online test or quiz as some websites may lead you to believe. Our dedicated team of behavioral specialist at Total Behavioral will spend the time needed to evaluate and properly diagnose you or your child through.

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