Between thirty and seventy percent of children with ADHD still exhibit symptoms into their adult years. Many adults with the disorder are never diagnosed and do not feel that they have a disorder. They often find it hard to get organized, get to work on time, get up and get ready in the morning, and to be productive at work. Some adults are diagnosed when they recognize their child’s symptoms in themselves. Others are seeking help for depression and anxiety and discover that the real cause is ADHD. Adults are also treated with medication but special considerations must be made. Medications may have different half-lives or effects on adults rather than children.