Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) can significantly improve ADHD symptom management. Have you considered adding CBT to your ADHD treatment plan?
If you’re looking for an alternative way to treat ADHD symptoms like anxiety, hyperactivity, and sleeplessness, hypnotherapy could be the answer.
Adults and children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) benefit from physical activity, but what can people with ADD/ADHD and physical disabilities do? Whether you are out of shape, are an exercise novice, have limited mobility, or live with extreme limited mobility, ADD/ADHD coach Beth Main will help you find fitness ideas and other alternative […]
Guidelines to follow if your child needs a dose of ADHD medication during the school day.
More children are seeking treatment for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD). More doctors are prescribing antipsychotic drugs to young kids to treat ADD/ADHD. More and more children are being medicated for mental health problems, period. Is that so wrong? Or were things simpler, easier, and were we better off overall in the pre-medicated, pre-diagnosed age? […]
Anyone who works in the field of integrative medicine is aware of the disparity in research funds for pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical therapies. Unless a non-pharmaceutical company is going to make a big profit from the study on its product, it is hard to get them to fund research. I have two suggestions for ADDitude readers: […]
My ADHD daughter’s special education teacher has a middle-school transition plan, social-skills-building activities, and weekly meetings.
Forgetful? Disorganized? Time-blind? These apps won’t cure your ADHD, but they can help level the playing field — if used consistently. (And that’s really the hard part, isn’t it?)
If your child has ADHD, don’t wait for the next parent-teacher conference to sit down with his teacher. Make sure he’s getting the most out of his classroom experience and keep his teacher in the loop with these 4 tips for a productive meeting.
Note to all ADHDers: When you give to others, you will receive more than you ever imagined.