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ADHD: test

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Do You Suspect You May Have ADHD? Then take the test here! This self-test by the World Health Organization (WHO) provides the first clues as to whether you may have ADHD.

Important NOTE: This test is not a substitute for a visit to the doctor. In case of doubt, the general practitioner or a psychiatrist / neurologist in your area is the right place to go for a specific diagnosis.
And this is how it works: For each question, click on the answer that best describes how you have felt or behaved in the last 6 months.
  • How often do you struggle to finish the final intricacies of a job after getting the essentials done.

    • No way
    • Rare
    • Sometimes
    • Often
    • Very often
  • How often do you struggle to get things right or when you have a job to do that requires organization?

    • No way
    • Rare
    • Sometimes
    • Often
    • Very often
  • How often do you have trouble remembering appointments or commitments?

    • No way
    • Rare
    • Sometimes
    • Often
    • Very often
  • When you have a task that requires a lot of thought, how often do you avoid or delay starting?

    • No way
    • Rare
    • Sometimes
    • Often
    • Very often
  • How often do you "fidget" or "knot" your hands or feet when you have to sit still for a long time?

    • No way
    • Rare
    • Sometimes
    • Often
    • Very often
  • How often do you feel overly active and compelled to do things as if you were being driven by a motor?

    • No way
    • Rare
    • Sometimes
    • Often
    • Very often
  • The test did not give any clear indications of ADHD.

    They say you are unlikely to have ADHD.

    The core symptoms of ADHD (attention deficit, hyperactivity, impulsivity) don't seem to apply to you. If you are still unsure, consult your family doctor or a psychiatrist / neurologist.

    Learn more about the symptoms of ADHD here.

    There is evidence of ADHD.

    According to her, there are indications of ADHD. For a specific diagnosis, it is advisable to consult your family doctor or a psychiatrist / neurologist.

    The good news: If you suffer severely from ADHD symptoms, there are now good therapy options that can help you deal better with your own character traits and manage everyday life. Several therapy modules are often used.

    Read more about diagnosing ADHD here.

    Find out everything about treating ADHD here.
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