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Although ADHD is primarily associated with young people and students, there are many adults who also suffer from this condition, many of whom were not properly treated when they were younger. If you are an adult struggling with Attention Deficity Hyperactivity Disorder, then caffeine may be a reliable way to moderate your behavior and attention. That being said, caffeine is a drug that can be addictive, so a regulated intake of caffeine to negate the symptoms of ADHD is recommended. Also, caffeine should not be given in large quantities, if at all, to children suffering from ADHD. Protection Status
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