Not getting treatment for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can affect more than just a child’s ability to sit still.
In some cases, it can have long-term effects on things such as substance abuse, driving ability, and eating habits.
Criminal activity, academic performance, and driving abilities are among the behaviors that can be affected if attention deficit hyperactivity disorder isn’t treated.
For kids, [not treating ADHD carries] all the risks that parents worry about. “Doing badly in school, having social struggles, greater substance use, more car accidents, less
likely to attend and then graduate college. For adults, untreated ADHD also affects job performance and lifetime earnings, marital satisfaction, and likelihood of divorce.”
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