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What People With ADHD Should Know About Seasonal Affective Disorder (Winter Depression)

Feeling down as days get shorter? Learn the signs of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and how ADHD can increase your risk. Discover effective treatments to boost your mood.

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It’s Often Not ADHD Alone: The Mental Health Conditions that Can Come with ADHD

Discover the high prevalence of mental health comorbidities in adults with ADHD, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and substance use disorders.

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She was diagnosed with ADHD in her 40s, and now so much about her past makes sense

After experiencing heart palpitations, Mayna McVey was diagnosed with ADHD at 42. Her journey highlights the link between ADHD, anxiety, and depression, and the importance of tailored coping strategies.

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The Daydreamer: Why ADHD in Females Is Underdiagnosed

Discover the hidden struggles of women with inattentive ADHD. Learn about symptoms, diagnosis challenges, and coping strategies for a more manageable life.

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Seasonal Affective Disorder – What Is It & How Can We Navigate the Changing Seasons?

Combat Seasonal Affective Disorder with expert tips from Dr. Raafia Muhammad. Learn how to manage symptoms, prioritize self-care, and embrace brighter days.

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Join Our ADHD Research Study

Mentavi Health is conducting ADHD research and is accepting a limited number of participants. Participants in our clinical study will get an ADHD Assessment at no cost. 

Who can join?
  • Age 19+
  • Primary language is English
  • Not previously diagnosed with ADHD
  • Not a current patient of ADHD Online or Mentavi Health
  • A resident of any of the 50 US states or DC (not including Puerto Rico or other territories)
Why participate?
Your involvement will help improve mental health care for everyone.

Provide this form to your local practitioner. You could:

  • Send this link
  • Email the pdf
  • Print it out and bring it to your appointment

Ask your practitioner
to complete the form

In this form, your practitioner will request that ADHD Online continue to provide uninterrupted care

Return the form to us

You or your practitioner can return this form to us via email or fax it to 616-210-3118