ADHD, short for Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, is a common and chronic disorder that affects a person's ability to focus. ADHD impacts around 4% of American adults, although it can often go undiagnosed. The severity of symptoms from ADHD range from person to person. Some patients experience mild symptoms while others may experience symptoms that are disruptive to everyday tasks, like forgetfulness, mood swings, and boredom. While there is currently no cure for ADHD, traditional treatment options range from daily medications to cognitive behavioral therapy.