The neurotransmitter, serotonin, plays an important role in ADHD. Find out how the levels of serotonin can cause ADHD symptoms and how to increase those levels to relieve those symptoms.
Adults can be diagnosed with ADHD as well, even if they were never diagnosed as a child. Symptoms of ADHD in adults can include an inability to focus on work, friends or conversations, being distracted easily, and inability to complete tasks among others. Find out more about adult ADHD, check your symptoms, learn about treatment methods available and how to help friends and family diagnosed with adult ADHD.
Adults with ADHD need to know about the relationship between melatonin and adult ADHD, and how increasing the levels of melatonin can provide relief for their symptoms.
Studies have shown that approximately 50% of adults who have been diagnosed with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) also meet the criteria for some type of anxiety disorder. Learn more about this relationship and why these two disorders often coexist.
Children and teenagers who have ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) may still suffer from the symptoms during their adult years. If ignored and uncontrolled, these ADHD symptoms can detrimentally affect many aspects of the adult’s life. What are these symptoms?