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I. Introduction:
A: Attention-getters;
Assalamualaikum and have a very good day everyone. I hope you all are in
the pink of health. Well recently, I took a few quizes on several Health Medic
wesites like !veryday Health to determine if I have adult A"H". #he quiz was
written y the $ %&sychcentral 'taff( and included questions such as When you have
a task that requires a lot of thought, how often do you avoid or delay getting started?
And How often do you feel overly active and compelled to do things, like you were
driven by a motor?
B.Credibility statement;
I answered honestly, and got this result) %serious A"H" likely.( #o e honest, I
have never een diagnosed with A"H", I am generally focused and calm ut certain
people that I know would descrie me as hyper. After reading my results, however, I
had my douts. *r maye I wanted to have my douts+ wouldn,t it e nice to have a
condition which would allow me, after receiving the right diagnosis and medication, to
miraculously make new friends, get etter grades, finish pro-ects, and have among
my similarly.diagnosed peers people like Adam /evine, lead singer for Maroon 01

C. Identification;
"o you know what A"H" is1 It may sound familiar ut you don2t know is the
meaning of it. Well A"H" is actually stands for Attention."eficit3Hyperactivity
"isorder. It is a mental health condition e4hiited y difficulty to pay attention, as well
as hyperactivity and impulsive ehaviour. A"H" always starts in early childhood, ut
in some cases it2s not diagnosed until later in life. It was once thought that A"H" was
limited to childhood. 5ut symptoms frequently persist into adulthood. 6or some
people, adult A"H" causes significant prolems that improve with treatment.
D. Thesis statement/ previe;
"o you want to know if you have A"H" symptoms1 Well check this out)
II. he conventionally used diagnostic criteria for A!H!, including the most
common symptoms, were developed based on how the condition shows itself in
children" A!H! in adults follows a slightly different pattern than in children#
A. 7ou may e chronically late for work or important events and you may realize
that your tardiness is undermining their goals, ut they -ust can2t seem to e on time.
1. 7ou actually feeling determined to do something productive for a day ut in
the end you messed up with your schedule due to overslept or running late to go
work, classes or other activity.
B. In adult A"H", e4treme distractiility is very common ecause it was usually
diagnosed since they were a kid. Which a kid in A"H" also have prolem in
1. 7ou tend to e disorganized, restless, and easily getting ored. 'ome
people with A"H" have troule concentrating reading ooks, and don2t have idea
what are they reading.
Transition and Topic Sentence or Bod! Para"rap# $%:
Many adults with A"H" aren2t aware they have it 8 they -ust know that
everyday tasks can e a challenge.
III. Although A!H! doesn$t cause other psychological or developmental
conditions, a number of other disorders often occur along with A!H!" hese include%
A. 7ou proaly had mood swings+
1. And the mood prolems aren2t necessarily due directly to A"H", a
repeated pattern of failures and frustrations due to A"H" can worsen depression.
B. 7ou also proaly had personality disorders+
1. Which is having prolem to communicate with other people. "idn2t lended
well with people even they you used to know. It is as known as antisocial personality
Transition and Topic Sentence or Bod! Para"rap# $&
If you think that you proaly have A"H", etter think twice.
III. &ecause these disorder are not occur by itself but, you potentially have risk of
getting A!H! in adult which is #
A. Maye it was from your family memer+
1. 'uch as a parent or siling, who is diagnosed with A"H" or other mental
disorder. It could e known as the genes A"H".
B. 7our mother smoked, drank alcohol or used drugs during pregnancy+

1. When smoking while pregnancy, that to4ic rew gets into your loodstream,
your ay2s only source of o4ygen and nutrients. #he aies proaly orn
prematurely and that will lead to A"H" when they aies were growing up as a kids.
IV. 'onc(usion:
A. Restated T#esis:
As now, you already knew what is adult A"H". Well don2t -ump into a
conclusion, you think that you proaly have A"H" ecause not all symptoms were
related to A"H". 'ome of them are similiar to depression prolems and makes
people thinks that they were have diagnosed with A"H".
B. '(inc#er:
As the end of my speech, I am 9ur Amaleena 5te :afar want to reminded you
that people with A"H" are actually have no idea on how normal people thinking. 5ut,
some normal people think that A"H" is not a real thing and that is -ust a lazy
e4cuses made up to lazy disorder. #hat is why research are important and do your
research if you proaly have A"H". #hank you.
Mc;ae, A. 'ou probably have A!H! <= "ec. <>?=. @ Aune <>?@.
B http)33www.thefi4.com3content3you.proaly.have.adhdC
Aohn M. :rohol, &sy.". Attention !eficit !isorder (A!!)A!H!*est @ Aune <>?@.
B http)33psychcentral.com3addquiz.htmC
A"" D A"H" Health ;entre. +, -roblems hat .ould /ean Adult A!H!" E Aune
B http)33www.wemd.com3add.adhd3?>
Mayo ;linic 'taff. !iseases and .onditions % Adult A!H! (Attention deficit
)hyperactivity disorder* F Mac <>?=. E Aune <>?@.
B http)33www.mayoclinic.org3diseases.conditions3adult.