How do you tell the difference between ADHD symptoms and normal, active childhood behavior? How long does it take ADHD medication to work? What about non-drug therapies like omega-3 fatty acids and working memory training? If you are new to ADHD, you have A LOT of questions. And this eBook has answers:
- How to recognize symptoms in children or adults
- Who can diagnose and treat ADHD, LD, and related conditions
- What to consider and expect from medication
- How alternative therapies can factor into your treatment plan
- Plus, inspiring personal stories
You are not alone and you are not without options. Best practices for diagnosing the treating ADHD symptoms do exist — and this eBook is an excellent place to find them.
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ADHD
From the moment you suspect ADHD, you’ll have hundreds of questions. Which doctors can evaluate symptoms? How can you manage medication side effects? What food should we be eating? Avoiding? Can we ever get organized? In-depth topics in ADHD 101 include:
MYTHS AND TRUTHS ABOUT ADHD
When it comes to ADHD, misinformation abounds. Learn the facts about this oft-misunderstood condition.
ADHD IN CHILDREN
How young is too young to diagnose? What if your child doesn’t want to take meds? Learn the ins and outs of attention deficit in kids.
LIVING WITH ADULT ADHD
Whether you’re finally seeking a diagnosis, or trying to adapt treatment to a new career, we cover the basics of grown-up ADHD.
ADHD TREATMENT OPTIONS
From behavioral therapy to neurofeedback to meditation, we give you the scoop on alternative and mainstream therapy options.
ADHD LIFE STORIES
Laugh, cry, and get inspired — with these real-life stories about seeking a diagnosis, coming to terms with ADHD, and more.
THINGS TO LOVE ABOUT ADHD
Creativity? Check. Spontenaity? Check. A knack for compassion? Check. Read up on the 25 best things about the ADHD brain.
“Preschoolers, elementary school children, kids with ADHD and learning disabilities, adults, women, and girls all have unique concerns and challenges.” —the editors of ADDitude
PRINT & USE: Checklist of Doctor Qs
Wary about medication? Follow this checklist of questions when speaking with your doctor about ADHD treatment options — and possible side effects of each — for your child.
BONUS: How to Choose a Professional
One chart that clearly, concisely explains the benefits and potential disadvantages of working with a psychistriast vs. a psychologist vs. a family doctor vs. a neurologist, etc.
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