🧬 New study unveils early indicators of #ADHD in children. These findings could help identify at-risk kids and pave the way for timely intervention strategies.
📢 New study sheds light on distinct patterns of childhood social isolation and its impact on early adulthood mental health & functioning. Early interventions, supportive environments, and collaboration between educators & mental health professionals are key to improving outcomes! 🔑🧒 #ChildDevelopment #MentalHealth #SocialIsolation
New study reveals a possible link between thyroid function and ADHD symptoms in children 🧠🔗 Could thyroid hormone levels be a key factor in understanding and treating ADHD? More research is needed, but this insight is a step forward!
🌙 Struggling with ADHD-related insomnia? A recent study found that blue light-blocking glasses significantly improved sleep quality & reduced anxiety in participants. Could these glasses be the nonmedical treatment you need?
A sudden trigger can unleash a torrent of anger and negative emotions. Before you know it, you’re doing or saying things that you’ll later regret. In some cases, it might…
Weighted blankets have steadily gained popularity in recent years as a natural, non-pharmaceutical approach to managing a range of conditions, such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety, and sleep…
ADHD and anxiety often go hand-in-hand. If you struggle with impulsivity, hyperactivity, and inattention, it’s important to address both conditions for a better quality of life.
If you have ADHD, you may be more prone to impulse spending your money on things you don’t need. This can be a major problem, as it can lead to financial instability and even debt. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to help stop impulsive spending.
You’ve probably heard of imposter syndrome, but did you know that it can seriously affect people with ADHD? Imposter syndrome is a feeling of self-doubt and unworthiness, and it’s something that many with ADHD struggle with at some point in their lives.
People with ADHD are often prone to more stress at work and even more so: burnout. Burnout can cause a person with ADHD to feel physically and emotionally exhausted.