Adult ADHD is a common and impairing neuro-psychiatric disorder, affecting approximating seven to eight millions adults in the United States. Substance use disorders, including cigarette smoking and nicotine dependence, are some of the more common co-morbid disorders with adult ADHD. Studies have found that adults with ADHD are twice as likely to smoke cigarettes and be dependent on nicotine than adults without ADHD.
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