Innattentive Type

The Predominantly Inattentive Type of ADHD is characterised by significant difficulties with attention and organisation, while hyperactivity and impulsivity are less pronounced.

Individuals with this subtype may struggle with tasks that require sustained focus, lose track of items, have trouble following instructions, and be forgetful in daily activities.

Despite the absence of prominent hyperactivity or impulsivity, the inattention symptoms can still cause considerable impairment in various aspects of life, including academics, work, and social relationships.