Zoe Martinez, M.D., a psychiatrist in San Francisco and the clinical leader at Done, a digital health company talks to Giddy about ADHD in women and how it manifests differently and discussed the importance of diagnosis.

Silvia Sarmiento, a trauma program nurse consultant in Ontario, California, and patient at Done who was diagnosed at 33, said a diagnosis—however late—can be "life-changing." Commonly, she said, women with ADHD are deemed forgetful and disorganized or the opposite: rigid and particular.