This is an article about portfolio company, ADHD Online.
ADHD can be challenging for any adult, but failing to recognize the symptoms specific to young girls and women can lead to years of unnecessary hardships. Michigan-based telehealth company ADHD Online seeks to confront the notion that ADHD is a diagnosis limited to hyperactive boys and inattentive men. ADHD is characterized as a neurological disorder that affects the brain structurally and chemically. It is also a disorder marked by an ongoing pattern of inattention and hyperactivity that interferes with functioning or development. When comparing boys to girls, how each of the diagnostic criteria for ADHD is met can be stark. These differences can be attributed to gender biases, symptomatic differences, comorbidities, and other strategies that may mask or overshadow symptoms of ADHD in girls.
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