Psychosocial factors, such as family dynamics, parenting styles, and early life experiences, can impact the development and expression of ADHD symptoms.

While these factors do not directly cause ADHD, they can exacerbate or moderate the severity of symptoms.

For instance, inconsistent parenting or high levels of family stress may intensify ADHD symptoms or make them more challenging to manage.

On the other hand, a supportive and structured home environment can help mitigate symptoms and promote better overall functioning.