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What Are The 3 Main Symptoms of ADHD?

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common neurodevelopmental disorder that affects people of all ages. It can impact many areas of life, from school and work to relationships and daily functioning.

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How does ADHD change with age?

Roughly one-third of children with ADHD will grow out of their symptoms as they move into adulthood, while the remaining two-thirds will continue to have some symptoms.


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What exactly is adult ADHD?

The most basic way to define Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is as a neurological condition causing symptoms of inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsiveness. But it isn’t a basic condition.


A Complete Guide To ADHD Assessment And Testing Methods

Many people who suspect that they have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) will look into getting an ADHD assessment. This comprehensive guide gives detailed..


Fidget Toys for Hyperactive is a good thing

Hyperactivity movements can make people focus and have a better learning according to a scientific study published in The Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, Dr. Dustin..


The Tip of the ADHD Iceberg – When it’s More Than ADHD

It can be difficult to diagnose Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) when the symptoms presented are also common across other conditions. These are known..


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Empowering young minds – 10 apps for children under 10

If you’re looking for ways to harness your potential, stay organised, and thrive in your daily life, you’re in the right place. We understand the unique challenges that come with adult ADHD, and that’s…



Channel your ADHD hyperfocus for success

The most basic way to define Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is as a neurological condition causing symptoms of inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsiveness. But it isn’t a basic condition.



Anxiety, Depression, Learning Disabilities… What Is ADHD Comorbid With?

Comorbidity – the coexistence of multiple health conditions – is a complex element of ADHD. Understanding exactly what ADHD is comorbid with is crucial for effective treatment.



Can ADHD Affect Social Skills?

Socialisation is a fundamental aspect of the human experience, requiring a complex set of skills ranging from reading social cues to effective communication.



How to Stop Getting Distracted with ADHD: Creating an Optimal Focus Environment

Are you finding it challenging to stay focused and prevent distractions due to ADHD? You’re not alone. ADHD can significantly impact concentration, making it difficult to maintain attention on a single task.



Unlock your hidden talents using ADHD to fuel creativity

The connection between ADHD and creativity is complex. While some aspects of ADHD can boost creativity, like thinking outside the box, other parts can be challenging, such as difficulty focussing and staying organised.



Understanding the difference between ADD and ADHD

Anyone with ADHD will have noticed a change over the past decade. The way experts refer to the condition has evolved. Experts have used the terms attention-deficit disorder (ADD) and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), to describe this complex neurological condition for years.



How AI is changing the game for ADHD management

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to make a difference for people with ADHD. From smart apps to virtual assistants and even personalised therapy, it could be a real game-changer for anyone dealing with ADHD’s everyday challenges.



Navigating menopause and ADHD

More women are reaching out for help with ADHD, and we have noticed a significant increase in inquiries here at the ADHD Centre. Many of these women are dealing with inattentive ADHD, also known as ADD, and some are looking for support during their menopausal years for menopause and ADHD. 

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