Let’s Talk ADHD!

Hey VBRZ! It’s Ky again, here to talk about something near and dear to my heart—ADHD. As someone who was just diagnosed with it myself this past year, I want to share what I’ve learned so far with all of you. So let’s dive right in and explore 5 common symptoms of ADHD.

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ADHD - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Difficulty Paying Attention/Focusing

This is probably the most well-known symptom of ADHD, but it goes further than just having a hard time concentrating at work or school. People who experience difficulty focusing, often have trouble starting tasks or completing them, may be easily distracted by things that don’t relate to the task at hand, and may become bored quickly without external stimulation. They might also have a hard time following conversations or miss important details due to their lack of focus.


Hyperactivity is another common symptom of ADHD; people who have this symptom often feel an uncontrollable urge to move around or talk more than usual. This can manifest as fidgeting in place, tapping fingers and feet incessantly, feeling restless even when sitting still, talking too much and too quickly, or interrupting others while they are speaking.


Impulsivity involves acting without thinking through the consequences first or not being able to control your behavior even when you know that it could be dangerous or inappropriate. People with this symptom might blurt out answers before questions are finished being asked, take risks without considering potential outcomes (like jumping from high places), act without regard for social norms (like interrupting conversations), make hasty decisions without weighing pros and cons first, and engage in impulsive behaviors like gambling or spending sprees even if they cannot afford them.


Forgetfulness is another common symptom of ADHD; people may forget appointments they made or tasks they need to complete due to their lack of focus on any one thing for too long or because they simply weren’t paying attention in the first place. They might also struggle with organizing their thoughts as well as physical items like bills and keys due to their disorganization skills being affected by the disorder itself.

Asian woman highlighting a paper, and staying focused.

Time Blindness

Time blindness refers specifically to people having trouble understanding how much time has passed since a particular event occurred; this could manifest as constantly running late for appointments, missing deadlines because they didn’t start working until far too late into the process, forgetting birthdays/holidays/other important dates despite their best intentions not too, etc.

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What is neurospicy?

Neurospicy is a term used by mental health professionals that refers specifically to the spectrum of neurological disorders that affect cognitive functioning such as autism spectrum disorder (ASD) , attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), dyslexia , dyscalculia , Tourette syndrome, etc.

How do I know if I have ADHD?

If you think that you may be experiencing symptoms related to ADHD then it is recommended that you speak with a qualified mental health professional in order for them to properly assess your condition through testing before making any type of diagnosis.

Does everyone with ADHD experience these five symptoms?

Not necessarily; everyone experiences different sets of symptoms depending on how severe their case is so one person’s experience will differ from another’s when it comes down to what specific symptoms are present within each individual person’s case. Additionally some people may only exhibit one or two individual symptoms while others may display multiple ones at once.

Black male working at his computer, focusing intently.


That wraps up our overview of 5 common symptoms of ADHD—I hope it has helped shed some light on this complex condition! Remember that if you think you might have ADHD then make sure you speak with a qualified mental health professional who can help diagnose your condition properly so that you can learn more about what treatment options are available for managing your specific set of symptoms.

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Thanks for joining me today VBRZ – see y’all next time!