Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, may affect individuals' ability to complete homework or work duties efficiently, finish household chores or be on time for important events. Morning and evening rituals can be difficult to complete without several prompts. ADHD can interfere with organization, planning and following through with work and instructions. Individuals with ADHD may also lose track of conversations easily and do things without thinking. Individuals may have difficulties sitting still, interrupting others and seem like they are constantly on the go. ADHD is often co-morbid with symptoms of depression or anxiety and individuals may feel demoralized in school or work settings. In addition, young people with ADHD may struggle with anger outbursts due to difficulties with impulse control. There are highly effective treatments for ADHD that can lead to dramatic improvements in organization, motivation, hyperactivity and attention.