ADHD or Laziness?

How often do you call yourself lazy 👀 ?I often see I the comments :“maybe I’m just a lazy person 😔”Or“My therapist told me I was just lazy 😟 !”⚠️ Let’s be clear :human motivation is complex 🧠 !There is much more to it than being lazy or not 🙌 !

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Many people are wondering "is it ADHD or laziness?'
But does laziness even exists?
Being "lazy" is being unmotivated to do something.
When our brain is unmotivated to do certain things, there is generally a reason for that.
When someone struggle to do things that they need to do for themselves,
Avolition is a symptom of many mental disorders and neurological differences like ADHD, schizophrenia, depression...

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Disclaimer: This article is for educational purposes only. If you are experiencing symptoms of ADHD, it’s best to see a professional for a diagnosis.

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