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Where best to live with ADHD?

I am an adult with ADD. I currently live in London and have always lived in cities. My question is, do you think that a move to the countryside could be a struggle for someone with ADD? The idea scares me as I feel I feed off …

Author: Jake
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ADHD with cold symptoms

ADHD grandchild, now an adult suffers from being cold. Is this related to the ADHD?

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Regarding ADHD coaching (which ones are reliable and are not just commercial

Dear All, I am thinking of getting coaching for my adhd management. I am going to psychiatrist and therapist; but coaching also adds to the improvement. There are several coaching coarses which are offered online; 30 days, 5 weeks,,, etc... They are paid …

Author: Sher Ali
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confusion in going to the gym, can not find time,,, tired after work

Dear All. I have ADHD, main symptoms are sluggishness, attention / concentration disruption.  I want to go to the gym for work out, but I am tired after work, when I come home around 5 pm. When I want to force my self to go to the gym, I feel …

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Misdiagnosed with ADHD: Why isn't screening for trauma required?

I'm 37 and was diagnosed with ADHD in childhood.  Not once were any of these diagnoses based on objective measures however.  I was diagosed with Depression, PTSD, and Other Specified Dissociative Disorder (a really complex PTSD) this …

Author: Kevin
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When to talk to you child about their ADHD

When and how is the appropriate way and time to discuss with your child their ADHD in order to help them with thire condition?

Author: Shalee
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My grandson

My grandson is 8 years old and he was diagnosed a couple mths ago with ADHD, 80-85 percentile. He just got in trouble at school for kicking another kids backpack. He said he was high stepping. A teacher aid reported him . He was sent to the principal. …

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I have add as a adult

I"m 36 How can I help my self to feel more comfortable with myself such as concreting more my life is upside down I can't only keep at job for about six months I feel like I"m a good worker I don't talk much but I get mistreated a lot my family helps out …

Author: Alise
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Italian and worried about diagnostic criterias

Hi, I am Italian and I am going to be screened for ADHD from a neuropsychiatrist specialized in ADHD in adults. In my country are few, I've found him through an italian association of parents of ADHD children. I am both hopeful and worried because it …

Author: Angela
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Guanfacine for ADHD?

Hello, My son was prescribed guanfacine (intuiv) for his ADHD.  Has anyone else's child been on this medication?  If so, what has been your experience?  Any information is much appreciated. Thank you, Gina 

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