Many people with Attention Deficit Disorder have the ability to hyperfocus on things that they have a great interest in. Many times this can be a great way to get something done or to work on a project. The down side of hyperfocusing is that many time people with Attention Deficit Disorder have a lot of trouble getting out of the hyperfocus mode and lose track of the world around them. There are ways to transition out of hyperfocus and come back into the real world. Using external cues are a great way to shift into other activities. Timers and alarms are great cues for many people with Attention Deficit Disorder.
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