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There’s more to learn, but we do know quite a bit about how different treatments for ADHD stack up.  Here is athe lowdown on what works, and how it compares to other treatments.  I also write about what doesn't work, as well.

CBD oil is getting a lot of buzz as a possible treatment for adult ADHD.  Don't jump on the bandwagon until you read this.

ADHD may have undermined your last relationship, but it doesn’t have to destroy your future.  Here are 10 tips to keep your future healthier and happier:

Staying organized enough to take care of parents and family members can add a lot of pressure to your life.  One woman with ADD recently reached out for advice:

Looking to have a happier year in 2015?  Why not pick one of these eight resolutions that can help couples impacted by ADHD turn their lives in a happier, healthier direction this year?

People with ADHD can be easily overwhelmed – by too much to do, procrastination, and even by sensory overload.  If you are easily overwhelmed in the holidays, here are some ideas that could help:

A recent article at theAtlantic.com reviews some of the research on exercise as a treatment for ADHD.  The studies mentioned were done with children, as most ADHD research is, but the evidence is strong that exercise is also an effective treatment for adult ADHD.  I encourage you to read up on this topic, as well as watch John Ratey's 2012 TED talk on the subject of how exercise helps your brain.  If you weren't inspired to get moving before, you will be now!

Exercise has been proven to be great treatment for ADHD as well as for depression.  Recent research adds information about why and how.

Being without insurance doesn't have to mean you can't make progress against ADHD.  Here are some specific ideas to keep the cost of treatment as low as possible:

You know that exercise is good for you, right?  But do you know why?

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