In fact, over the last 10 years, there has been a 42% increase in the number of school-aged children diagnosed.
Despite its prevalence, it is still a widely misunderstood condition.
For example, some people believe children will eventually grow out of ADHD. This is not always the case. It's estimated that 70% of children with ADHD will continue to have it into adolescence while 50% will continue to experience symptoms in adulthood.
While ADHD can't be cured, it can be successfully managed.
To help shed more light on the subject and promote ADHD Awareness Month, the team at Rawhide Boys Ranch have put together a detailed infographic outlining prevalence rates, types, myths and facts, adulthood ADH D, warning signs and parenting tips.
You can read the in-depth article here