Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a persistent problem of inattention that is sometimes accompanied by hyperactivity, which interferes with the normal functioning of the person and may interfere with their development. More concretely, it means that people with ADHD may have trouble getting organized, staying focused on a task; they can easily be distracted and often experience procrastination. This cognitive problem risks compromising the chances of success in school and work and even creating emotional, relational, and financial problems (Laplante, 2017). With hyperactivity, we observe behaviors that reflect an inability to wait or a tendency to interrupt others during a conversation. Behaviors associated with hyperactivity subside during adolescence, but attention disorders do not diminish.