Diagnosis and Treatment of ADHD

Newly diagnosed with ADHD?  You may be wondering what sort of professional guidance would be most useful.  This article helps you figure out where to start.

An interesting research study reiterates what past studies have largely shown – that neurofeedback is not a great treatment for ADHD

Knowing about the neurological underpinnings of ADHD can help keep therapists from falling into the same traps as non-ADHD partners.

Biologically-based sensitivity to criticism and rejection impacts some with ADHD...it also impacts their partners

A nice article has just been released in USA Today reviewing that more women with ADHD are getting diagnosed and using ADHD medications.  With a high rate of unplanned pregnancies for women of child-bearing age, experts weigh in on how to handle pregnancy and these medications.  Go to Why Cases of ADHD in Women are Skyrocketing.

A man with ADHD shares his ‘aha’ moment of learning that his ADHD included Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria, an often undiagnosed, but not very well ‘hidden,’ part of ADHD for many adults.  Do you have RSD?  What does RSD mean for your relationship?  How do you treat Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria?

ADHD symptoms – and our approaches to managing ADHD – change as we age.

A doctor shares his tips for cutting the cost of ADHD medications.

Research has shown for a while that brain training doesn't improve ADHD symptoms around short-term memory problems for adults with ADHD.  New research released this week suggests it doesn't help the general population of adults, either.  Now what?

Follow this path to get started on managing your ADHD.

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