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The Connection between ADHD and Auditory Processing Disorder

Is it ADHD or Auditory Processing Disorder?

By Maria Romaszkan Do you have problems understanding what people are saying but can otherwise hear just fine? Do you …

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Studies show ADHD may increase risk of postpartum depression

Women With ADHD Are at Higher Risk for Postpartum Depression

Women with ADHD are more likely to experience postpartum depression than women who do not have ADHD. Learn tips to help you manage both.

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Woman in her bedroom waking up with fatigue.

Living with ADHD and Chronic Fatigue: A Guide

Tips to help people understand the connection between ADHD and chronic fatigue, and how to better manage the symptoms that come from both.

Navigating the Challenges of ADHD and Chronic Fatigue

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Is It Long Haul Covid-19 Brain Fog Symptoms or Adult ADHD?

Some symptoms of long COVID and ADHD are similar. But there are ways to tell the difference — especially with help from a mental health professional.

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People with ADHD Tell All: What Does ADHD Feel Like?

By Michelle Seitzer There’s so much more to ADHD than a struggle to sit still or pay attention. Just as …

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Episode 78. The Ear-Brain Connection: Understanding Auditory Processing Disorder with Dr. Melissa Karp

Did you know that a problem accurately processing sound is often mistaken for an attention problem? What Is the relationship …

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Who Can Diagnose ADHD? And How Do They Do It?

A range of medical providers can diagnose ADHD. But we get recommendations from an expert on the mental health providers who are best able to make an ADHD diagnosis. We also offer details and tips on the process of getting a diagnosis.

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What Everything Everywhere All at Once Has to Say About ADHD

The ADHD experience is a hugely important component of the Oscar-winning movie “Everything Everywhere All at Once.” The main character in the movie, Eveyln, has undiagnosed ADHD. We talk with people with ADHD, who see themselves and their struggles in so much of the move. We talk also talk with experts about how the movie explores the ADHD experience.

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Episode 77. Managing Out of Sight, Out of Mind in an ADHD World

Is Object Permanence a symptom of ADHD? Are Object Permanence and “Out of sight, out of mind” the same thing? …

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