For individuals with ADHD, the brain may have distinct patterns, particularly in the frontal lobe. Often, this area is linked to different traits, including behavior, learning and personality. Although many people do not consciously realize it, the brain and behavior are often connected, and changes in behavior can usually change the brain or vice versa. Neurofeedback tries to change these…
If you or your child was recently diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), you may be wondering what treatment options are available to you.
For most adults with ADHD, finding the right treatment option for his or her unique needs can be challenging yet incredibly rewarding. In many cases, the best treatment options for adult ADHD combine several different approaches that all target and minimize symptoms before they can occur.
If you’ve ever considered the possibility that you may have ADHD or know someone that was recently evaluated, you may start recalling past episodes that lend to the fact you may have an undiagnosed problem.
As a type of neurodevelopmental disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) will often begin in childhood and continue into adulthood. Symptoms often include a feeling of disorganization, the inability to focus, and restlessness.
While most people associate ADHD with other childhood problems, they may neglect to understand the symptoms of adult ADHD that may be affecting them or a loved one.