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How My Child’s Diagnosis Led to My Own: Stories of Parents With ADHD

Four parents discover their own ADHD diagnoses while seeking help for their children, transforming their lives through self-awareness and understanding. Explore their stories.

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Are You a Military Veteran With ADHD? What You Need to Know to Get Help

Military veterans with ADHD face rising prevalence but lack VA compensation. Discover steps to get diagnosed, prove comorbidities, and appeal for benefits. Reach out for help.

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13 Grounding Techniques You Can Use Anytime and Anywhere

Discover grounding techniques to regain calm during emotional dysregulation. Perfect for ADHD, autism, anxiety, or trauma survivors. Learn simple breathwork, physical, and mental methods.

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The Differences in How Men React to Their ADHD

ADHD in men may differ in perception and response, often leading to underdiagnosis and untreated symptoms. Learn about barriers, impacts, and the importance of seeking help.

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International Study Shows Link Between ADHD and Dementia

Large Swedish study finds parents and grandparents of individuals with ADHD at higher risk of dementia, suggesting potential genetic or environmental links. More research needed.

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Exercises that Can Help Your ADHD Symptoms

Discover how tailored exercises like yoga and tai chi can improve ADHD symptoms such as focus, hyperactivity, and executive function in both children and adults.

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Is Sleep Eluding You at Night?

Discover why ADHD affects sleep and how to improve your rest. Learn tips from Dr. Stephen Lange on habits, therapies, and medications that impact sleep.

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My Assessment Showed I Don’t Have ADHD — What Next?

Assessment results suggesting you don’t have ADHD can evoke various emotions. Learn steps to manage symptoms and explore other potential causes.

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Menopause and ADHD

Navigating menopause with ADHD can be complex, but many treatment options exist. Learn how hormonal changes impact ADHD and explore medication, HRT, therapy, and lifestyle tips.

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