I know what ADHD in adults and ADD in adults is like. I have ADHD and I am an adult. Adult attention deficit disorder is not an easy thing to handle at times.
Just to give you an example, a wife contacted me and said that her husband has terrible mood swings and can't keep a job because of his ADHD.
Just think about how tough it is on the family, but even on him as a man not being able to take care of his family.
The stress he must be under.
I know what it is like to suffer with ADHD and have no help. I have worked probably about 30 jobs and I have stopped counting.
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Most of them (at least 75%) were between the ages of 16-19.
So, I know what it is like to jump from job to job. If I wasn't able to concentrate, focus, sit still, then I wouldn't be able to do the job I do now.
Since I know what ADD in adults is like, and I have reduced my symptoms to almost nothing, then I know that I can help any other adult.
Let me give you some pages to read through that will greatly improve your health and reduce symptoms.
Control ADHD with Diet
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ADHD Liquid Vitamin
I have used many kinds of vitamins for my ADHD. An ADHD liquid vitamin has been the best help. My life was dramatically changed by this.
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Difference Between ADD and ADHD
There is a difference between ADD and ADHD, Learn about the definition of ADHD and difference between ADD and ADHD.
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