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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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Connect with Like-Minded People in the ADHD Community

Connecting with a like-minded ADHD community can be immensely beneficial, providing a platform for sharing experiences and seeking advice. Online resources such as Reddit’s ADHD Community (r/ADHD), websites like Attitude and TotallyADD, and organizations like CHADD offer diverse avenues for engagement.



Supporting a partner with ADHD: How to balance their needs with yours

Supporting a partner with ADHD requires a delicate balance between empathy for their challenges and attention to your own needs. In the journey documented by Made in Chelsea’s Sam Thompson, who was diagnosed with adult ADHD, the importance of understanding and patience is emphasized.



Is Your Child With ADHD Struggling In School In the UK? Here’s How To Help

Perhaps you’re the carer of a young child who seems to be falling behind their peers at primary school; or, you’re the parent of a child with ADHD, and wondering which secondary school will best support their needs.



Is Your Child Dealing With ADHD? Signs & Symptoms of ADHD in 7 Year Olds

Understanding – or trying to understand! – the behaviour of a 7 year old can be an adventure in itself, filled with energy, curiosity, and boundless exploration of the world.



An ADHD in Girls Checklist

ADHD manifests differently in girls compared to boys, often presenting challenges that can be overlooked or misinterpreted.



5 Things You Never Knew About ADHD Masking

In a world that often demands conformity, many individuals navigate their lives with an extraordinary ability to mask the challenges posed by ADHD.



A guide to achieving your 2024 goals with ADHD-adapted tips

For achieving your 2024 goals with ADHD, focus on being realistic by embracing gradual progress, breaking down larger goals into manageable tasks. Prioritize a small number of meaningful goals to channel energy effectively, addressing critical aspects that enhance productivity.



A positive outlook for new developments for ADHD in 2024

As 2024 approaches, there is optimism for positive developments in the ADHD community. Anticipated changes include advancements in ADHD medication, with a focus on more targeted and effective treatments.



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…

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