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This diªculty in activation for work tasks is often improved when the person with ADD syndrome is successfully treated with medication. One college student, for example, reported that his initial trial of stimulant medication helped him to get going on his work in ways that before treatment he had often intended to try, but only rarely attempted. In my classes this week I took incredibly good notes, much better organized and with a lot more of the important details. It Six Aspects of a Complex Syndrome 25 came so naturally to write it all down.
Even when they have focused on a task, whether reading, listening, or trying to do some other work, persons with ADD syndrome often feel themselves drawn away by distractions. Like anyone else they see and hear things going on around them and they have many thoughts continually going through their head. But unlike most others, who readily block out distractions in order to do what needs to be done, persons with ADD syndrome have chronic and severe diªculty screening out those distracting stimuli.
Many create lists with thirty or more items for a single day, some of which are time-consuming projects that no one could actually accomplish in a month. They seem to have great diªculty figuring out how long a task will take and then prioritizing by putting some items ahead of others, deferring some to another day, or simply recognizing some as currently not possible. Cluster 2: Focusing, Sustaining, and Shifting Attention to Tasks One of the most common complaints of persons with ADD syndrome is that they cannot focus their attention on a task and keep focusing as long as necessary.