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ADHD and the Power of Self-Compassion

Cultivating self-compassion can help individuals with ADHD manage emotions, overcome perfectionism, and boost self-esteem. Discover effective strategies today.

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

Think you might have ADHD? Learn which medical professionals can diagnose it and get expert advice from psychologist Nekeshia Hammond on the evaluation process.

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Best Medications and Treatment for People with Both ADHD and Anxiety

Discover the intricate link between ADHD and anxiety. Understand their overlapping symptoms and explore effective treatments, both medicinal and holistic, to manage them.

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Beyond Ritalin: Pharmaceutical Treatments for Childhood ADHD

Explore the first-line treatments for ADHD in children, including behavior therapy and medication. Learn about stimulant and non-stimulant options tailored to individual needs.

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Special Considerations for ADHD Treatment in Older Adults

ADHD persists into older adulthood, affecting 2.8%-3.3% of adults over 55. Learn about treatment challenges and non-medication therapies to manage symptoms.

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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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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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Adderall Shortage Affecting Many With ADHD

The FDA has declared a nationwide Adderall shortage, expected to last through the year due to increased demand and supply chain issues. Find out how to cope.

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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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