ADHD looks different for women compared to men. We don’t have the same bodies and our minds are different too.
It’s ADHD Awareness Month. Let’s spread the word.
– 5 Ways ADHD Is Different For Women Compared To Men
– ADHD Looks Different in Women. Here’s How — and Why.
– ADHD in Women Symptom Checklist
– Women with ADHD: No More Suffering in Silence
– Gender Differences in ADHD
10 thoughts on “ADHD in Women – Infographic”
I’m a psychologist and I know so little about ADHD let alone in women. This post is very helpful. Do you take any type of medicine to slow you down? I don’t think retolin has good results…
Thanks. I’m on non-stimulant medication which is far from great, but it does calm me down.
No medicine is great, but some do help. I’m grateful for the medicines that help me. I react badly to most. I love your honesty. Keep being honest!x
As someone in her 20s who really thinks she has ADHD but it doesn’t exactly match with the criteria for the symptoms stated, the introspection bit really resonated with me. This furthers my theory that I have it and I’m hoping to get formally tested soon but I’m not sure where
Any psychiatrist can give you the most detailed information for your area. All best.
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Thank you Angelilie. 🙂