They may interrupt their teacher and classmates, and they may rush through assignments.Teens with ADHD may also be fidgety and find it tough to sit still in class.Because of problems with distractibility and poor concentration, many teens with ADHD have problems in school.Grades may fall, especially if the teen is not getting ADHD treatment.For instance, when it comes to concentration, people with ADD cannot concentrate when they are emotional or when their thoughts are distracted.However, when they are interested in a specific topic, they zone in so deep that it’s hard to pull them out of that zone.
All of these traits make accidents and serious injury more likely.
It's not uncommon for teens with ADHD to forget assignments, lose textbooks, and become bored with their daily class work.
Teens may become inattentive, or excessively attentive -- not waiting for their turn before blurting out answers.
But if she’s not on her medication—which she isn’t at the moment because we met at her family’s home in a Philadelphia suburb during the summer—she is an exhausting ball of boundless energy.
This is for those who would not call themselves "high functioning" in general, anyone else will not understand enough/will not be able to empathize.
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