ADHD & Zoning Out

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many people with ADHD often experience "zoning out"
zoning out means losing concentration on what's happening around you for a few moments
in these moments it's almost like you don't hear or see your surroundings
then you generally come back to full consciousness and feel a bit lost
everybody can experience zoning out from time to time...
if zoning out is often experienced by people with ADHD, it can also be a sign of other mental health condition...
if you "zone out" a lot and it has a negative impact n your daily life, talk about it with a mental health professional

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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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