Attention Deficit Disorder Anxiety Is Prevalent In Adults And Children Alike
The main characteristics of attention deficit disorder include being distracted easily, becoming impulsive as also being hyperactive and the condition affects children as well as adults, and it ends up causing interference in the patient's ability to do normal functions including at work, or play and even at school and at home. Attention deficit disorder anxiety is a common symptom of the condition and it can even lead to the patient becoming depressed as a consequence of suffering from the disorder.
Four Percent Of The US Population Have The Problem
However, how prevalent is attention deficit disorder anxiety in patients has not so far been pinned downed though it is believed that as many as four percent of the US population are suffering from attention deficit disorder anxiety. Still, anxiety is something that everyone is familiar with and it is regularly felt on different occasions such as before a first date, or when the boss is angry with you.
The downside to attention deficit disorder anxiety is that it can lead you away from being able to cope with your daily life which can easily get disrupted, though the type of anxiety disorder you may be feeling could be different and each type of anxiety comes with its own features. Thus, you may have an attention deficit disorder anxiety that can make you feel anxious all of the time and without any good reason or the feeling can be so uncomfortable that it makes you avoid doing certain everyday activities.
Some of the symptoms of attention deficit disorder anxiety can be severe or mild and you could even be affected to such an extent that it will turn into a panic disorder, while in other instances; it could be nothing worse than generalized anxiety in which you may worry a lot and also get tense about your problem.
In the case of adults with attention deficit disorder, attention deficit disorder anxiety may be more noticeable since they are old enough to understand how their disorders are hampering their lives and thus will naturally be given to feeling more anxious than in the case of children who won't, at that early age, fully comprehend what is affecting them. However, if children are affected by attention deficit disorder anxiety it would lead an otherwise non-thinking child to suddenly begin to think too much, and contrary to expectations, the anxiety does not protect the sufferer and it is even believed that as many as a quarter of all children with attention deficit disorder also had anxiety disorders, and of these children, another quarter had attention deficit hyperactive disorder.