Friday, December 19, 2014

ADHD in Adults

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Once thought to be a condition exclusively existing in children, ADHD in adults is a relatively new concept.  Often times, people have been suffering from ADHD symptoms for their entire lives, yet went diagnosed due to the lack of awareness of the condition.  Adults may not "outgrow" ADHD or learn to cope with the symptoms, leading to difficulties later in life.

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When I was interviewing Betty for my article, "The Many Faces of ADHD - ADHD at 85: Betty's Profile", I did some research on ADHD and the elderly and was shocked when I found virtually nothing on the topic; just a few short informal articles.   As our population ages, so will those currently being treated for ADHD- our children, teens,…

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Eileen Bailey, Health Guide, posted Tips for Managing the Holidays with… Presents have all been bought and wrapped. You have planned the menu for…

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Eileen Bailey, Health Guide, posted Adding Optimism and Gratefulness to… Living with ADHD can be frustrating, there is no doubt about that. But how…

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Eileen Bailey, Health Guide, posted ADHD Book Review: The Queen of… The Queen of Distraction: How Women with ADHD Can Conquer Chaos, Find Focus…

10/15/14

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Eileen Bailey, Health Guide, posted Primary vs. Secondary Depression in… Depression is common among both children and adults with ADHD. Almost…

10/01/14

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