Attention Deficit And Hyperactive Disorder
People with attention deficit or hyperactive disorder usually show symptoms like memory loss, difficulty in giving attention and restlessness. It also leads to difficulties in focusing, following proceedings, organization of things and being easily distracted. Answers given to some specific questions can be used to suggest whether one has the disorder or not. For people with this disorder, they can get more details on how it affects them and what they can do to live normally. People having it and without knowing face difficulties in their daily lives and this can be avoided if one knows if they have the disorder. Although one can get to measure their probability of having it through the questions, an actual appointment with a doctor is more effective.
Patients with a tendency to do things in a rush or making small errors by not paying full attention can answer with a yes to the first question. Distraction is checked by things like finding it hard to finish a complex task or getting involved in different tasks simultaneously. Is it common to lose focus while in a conversation and forget what you are being told or even not know what you just said earlier. There are those who can not commit to a routine or follow instructions step by step and prefer jumping right into the action.
The other question asks about how organized one is both at work and at home or whether one finds a hard time deciding where to start. A person is asked if they are able to focus for a long time on a particular complex problem or they find it really hard. Things requiring one to strain their mental ability and focus seems impossible at times and at other times when they desire to do them they do it with ease.
Another question checks for the ability to remember locations of a thing that one had chosen to keep the specific thing. The next question asks about how easily one is distracted by things around them such as noise and things happening near them. The question also enquires whether a person finds themselves daydreaming and having many thoughts without control. It happens that one goes to fetch something but when they reach there they completely forget what it is they were going for. It is also possible that one can not keep names and important periods for long without forgetting. After completion, the score is found by calculating the number of questions that were answered using a yes and if they are more than five, chances of having the disorder are high.