Feelings have the same effect as emotions, except they are more mechanical and physical, whereas emotions are mental.
Does fatigue cause you to do things you otherwise wouldn’t do? What about hunger? These feelings can trigger all the symptoms of ADHD without you even realizing it.
You can prevent feelings and emotions from triggering your ADHD symptoms by keeping track of your emotional health and mental state. You can do that by taking a few moments out of your day to ask yourself how you are feeling. It is that simple.
5. Lack of Sleep
Speaking of fatigue, lack of sleep is more likely to trigger ADHD symptoms than anything else on this list.
When your body and brain don’t get enough rest, you can’t function. With ADHD your brain is already affected enough as it is. Lack of sleep only makes things worse.
If you don’t have a routine yet, consider starting one. It will help you get the right amount of sleep you need every night