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ADHD in the Workplace

In the dynamic and competitive world of work, individuals with ADHD often find themselves facing unique challenges. This article, written by an ADHD and Autism specialist, seeks to comprehensively explore the impact of ADHD in the workplace, shedding light on the hurdles faced by neurodivergent adults and providing strategies for not only navigating but thriving […]

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5 Things About ADHD in Seniors You May Not Know

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), is a condition that often affects kids. This condition causes them to become hyperactive, compulsive, and inattentive. Sadly, this condition also affects older adults. A study about ADHD in adults found that 4.4% of older adults have ADHD. Secondly, the majority of seniors who have ADHD are sometimes diagnosed with

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3 Proven Benefits of Sleep and Relaxation for People With ADHD

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or “ADHD” is a medical condition that affects brain development. People who suffer from ADHD often have trouble sitting still, focusing on one task, controlling their impulses, and difficulty sleeping. It is one of the most widespread conditions affecting children but can last into adulthood too. Living with ADHD can feel

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ADD/ADHD in Women and Sex

ADHD is not gender-exclusive, yet its symptom presentations and consequences can differ between men and women. Women with ADHD often find themselves dealing with a myriad of symptoms extending beyond what most people think ADHD is. From managing emotional dysregulation to coping with executive function deficits, ADHD symptoms can have effects on sexuality. While attention-deficit/hyperactivity

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On the Road: Driving challenges for teens and adults with ADD

On the Road: Driving challenges for teens and adults with ADD

Distracted driving is a problem all across the country. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), “In 2017 alone, 3,166 people were killed in motor vehicle crashes involving distracted drivers.” If staying focused on the road is a challenge for all drivers, imagine what it’s like for adults with ADD.  The NHTSA defines

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