Coping With Conditions Beyond ADHD

As many of us know, AD/HD is seldom the only problem we find ourselves facing. Whether a related condition, such sleep disturbances or anxiety, or side affects of AD/HD medications, in this e-newsletter, we provide resources to help adults and parents struggling with more than just AD/HD.

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As many of us know, AD/HD is seldom the only problem we find ourselves facing. Whether a related condition, such sleep disturbances or anxiety, or side affects of AD/HD medications, in this e-newsletter, we provide resources to help adults and parents struggling with more than just AD/HD.

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Feature Articles

Sleep Problems: Bedtime Battles

ADDitude's expert explores the connection between AD/HD and sleep problems in adults--and tells you how to get the rest you need.

Relationship Troubles: Domestic Unrest

Do find yourself flourishing at work but floundering at home? John Ratey explains why even a mild case of ADD can turn your home life upside down.

Suppressed Appetite: "I'm Not Hungry"

AD/HD medications often trigger a loss of appetite and weight. Here's what you can do.

Learning Disabilities: Twice the Challenge

As many as 50 percent of children with AD/HD also have a learning disability. But parents can do a lot to help their child succeed in school.

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