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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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Navigating the Challenges of ADHD in University

People with ADHD often find that they struggle in academic settings; not because they’re not bright enough, but because the one-size-fits-all approach to education and learning techniques isn’t conducive with how their minds work. This can especially ring true at university.

6 Strategies To Beat ADHD Procrastination

For someone with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), procrastination can be particularly challenging. ADHD can make even small tasks seem impossible to complete and the longer you put them off, the harder it is to do them. This can lead to anxiety and feelings of failure. Here are 6 strategies to tackle ADHD procrastination.

Tips for ADHD Impulse Control in Adults

In this day and age, life throws many challenges our way – you probably have work, a home, hobbies, a schedule, and various other commitments to keep across – and that’s to say nothing of the countless personal and professional relationships to maintain.

How Does Untreated ADHD Affect Adults?

Speaking in Forbes magazine, Dr. Rob Baskind (ADHD specialist consultant) reports that “the prevalence of ADHD in adults is widely reported as between 2.5%-4% although this is felt to be a conservative figure. Only approximately 10-20% of individuals with ADHD will be treated” (Forbes).

ADHD & Maladaptive Daydreaming – Common Signs of ADHD

We all get distracted from time to time and end up in a daydream, but for some people, zoning out or daydreaming can be more of a common occurrence and cause issues at work or school. As daydreaming is often regarded as inattention, it’s commonly associated with ADHD, but excessive daydreaming is also a sign of a condition called maladaptive daydreaming. This too is highly common for students with ADHD.

How to get an EHCP for ADHD

If you’re a young person under the age of 25 in education, or if you’re the parent of a child in education, you may have heard of an EHCP. It’s a type of plan that is put in place to help those with additional learning needs acquire the support they need in an educational setting.

Female vs Male ADHD

Significantly more males than females are diagnosed with ADHD. Is ADHD really more prevalent in boys and men than in girls and women? Here we discuss the symptomatic ADHD gender differences that may account for this discrepancy, and use these symptoms to consider why the male ADHD diagnosis rate is higher.

6 ADHD Time Management Tips for University Students

Time management is essential across all aspects of life, but even more so if you’re a student at university. With newfound freedom and free rein over your schedule, it can be an exciting time but also a daunting one, especially if you’re a student with ADHD.

How to Prioritise Workload at University When You Have ADHD

For students with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), some aspects of traditional learning can be more difficult. For example, some people with ADHD have difficulty focussing on one task at a time, whereas others struggle with sitting still to complete something without getting distracted.

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