ADHD or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder. It is found to the most commonly occurring mental disorder in children. The symptoms of ADHD vary and sometimes may be unique for certain individuals. This can make it difficult to diagnose. But the most commonly reported symptom in hyperactivity. ADHD is more common among boys than girls. ADHD affects children and it can continue into their teenage and adult life too. Usually, individuals with ADHD find it difficult to control their impulses and have trouble focusing. The symptoms of ADHD can be categorized into 3 categories, namely Inattention, Hyperactivity, and Impulsivity. Some of the common symptoms of ADHD include easily getting distracted, difficulty in concentrating, forgetfulness, mood swings, being disorganized, being impulsive, etc. When an individual with ADHD grows older they display such symptoms as low esteem, addiction, chronic boredom, procrastinating things, problem maintaining relationship, anxiety, depression, etc.