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How ADHD Are You?


How ADHD are you? Robin Williams-level? Puppy-level? Something else?

Find out with this 5-minute meme test!

And if you wouldn’t mind helping us calibrate this test — please answer some totally confidential questions about your ADHD experience (or non-experience!)

Many thanks!

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Is this you and your brain?

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Could this be you?

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Is this you…when you win? 🙂

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Before we calculate your result… can you help us with a few quick questions to help improve and calibrate this quiz? All answers are private — we don’t track your ID, IP address, or anything.

You can skip any questions you like. Thank you!

Would you tell us about any tests you’ve taken for ADHD?

Just one more question, thanks!

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Whether or not you’ve been tested, do you think you have ADHD (with or without hyperactivity)?

Just one more question after this one!

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One last personal question, we promise!  

Your answer to this question will help us calibrate our scores so that we can discern between “people with ADHD who are managing with the help of medicine or supplements” with “people who don’t have ADHD”

Regardless of your diagnosis, are you currently taking any prescription medicine or over-the-counter supplements to manage your ADHD?

OK, really — sit back and wait for your score! You may need to wait 2 or 3 seconds.

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Working from Home with ADHD: Useful Articles

Working from home is both heaven and hell for people with ADHD. Here are a few of the better articles that offer help.

This is one of the two best articles I’ve found, so far — a quick sampler of suggestions edited by ADDitude Magazine:

ADHD Brains Working at Home: A Beginner’s Guide to Telecommuting

This is the other best article I’ve found so far — a comprehensive list with good commentary:

If you have ADHD, here’s how to manage working from home

All the fundamentals in one organized list, without much commentary:

Suddenly Working from Home

This is worth reading for thoughts on self-care and kindness:

5 Perils of Working from Home with ADHD

Eat right to keep your brain and body on track!

Succeeding with a Lack of Structure: tips for working on your own, part 4

Non-Stimulant Medications for ADHD

Adderall and Ritalin are proven medications for managing attention deficit in adults.

Unfortunately, these two drugs — both stimulants — can also amp up blood pressure, which can be extremely hazardous for many adults who are already at risk from hypertension.

Several non-stimulant meds are available for adult ADHD. Atomoxetine (generic Stratera) is specifically intended for ADHD and is extremely affordable. Guanfacine and Clonidine are anti-hypertension meds that help some adults with hyperactivity and (less so) with attention deficit. Buproprion (generic Wellbutrin) is an anti-depressant that helps some adults with hyperactivity and attention deficit.

Here is a nice summary article from WebMD: Nonstimulant Therapy and Other ADHD Drugs