I am starting the process of getting diagnosed, so at the moment, I have only been able to explore natural options. These are a few areas that I struggle with and some ways I have found to help me deal with them.
Why is my cycle affecting the effectiveness of my medication? Well, I am no scientist and I’m not even very scientifically minded so I have scoured the internet looking for the most straight-forward explanation. This article is an accumulation of what I have found.
If you’re not eating a whole foods diet full of all the right stuff, you may have a vitamin deficiency. There’s no easier way to take care of your health than to toss in a few supplements! After consulting with your doctor that is.
Does managing your ADHD medicine stress you out in some way every month. I know the feeling. Here's what's help me.
This article will be about cognitive distortions, or traps and how they can influence your thinking. These are NOT unique to ADHD yet I find I’ve been guilty of all of them at times. We’re only human after all.
The definition of self-control is the ability to choose something other than your initial impulse in order to get something in the future that you want more. Here’s the thing. Self-control isn’t just self-control
To someone with ADHD, a daily routine can often mean the difference between success and failure. Routine provides an essential framework on which to build beneficial habits. These habits can benefit a person physically or mentally. Most typically we associate these routines with self-care but they can also be aligned with personal goals, relationship goals, or even professional goals.
You ask me "What is it like to have ADHD"? Here's the most important thing I want you to understand: how I experience ADHD is not how you will experience it. This is because the only consistent thing about ADHD is its inconsistency. Also we’re kinda inconsistent people because of our inconsistent ADHD.