Fact: ADHD is really a problem with the chemical dynamics of the brain and it’s not under voluntary control.
We periodically hear that ADHD is a myth. Nothing could be further from the truth. There are more than 100,000 articles in science journals on ADHD (and its precursor labels) and references to it appear in medical textbooks going back to 1775.
Getting started in the morning can be difficult for anyone, but it can be especially challenging if you have ADHD.
Joshua Grenville-Wood, a 21-year-old professional golfer, thriving with his ADHD, autism and dyslexia has overcome adversity to become a rising star of the golf world.
Time can be a tricky thing when you have ADHD. That’s because many ADHDers experience what is referred to as time insensitivity or time blindness. They have difficulty gauging the passage of time accurately which often results in getting lost in various tasks and activities; chronic lateness and missed deadlines; and overpromising but underdelivering on […]
ADHD can present itself in many different ways and can feel very different for one person, versus another. This video outlines the many varied ways that ADHD can present.