ADHD is a condition that often continues into adulthood, though many think of it as a ‘childhood disorder’. How is ADHD diagnosed in adults? what treatments are aviailable, and how do they work for adults? Attention Deficit Disorder is considered a biologically and neurologically-based, and even genetic, disorder. Available treatments include medication, such as Ritalin adn Concerta, as well as cognitive and neuro-cognitive brain training that train the brain to develop such skills as continuous attention, working memory, selective attention and more.
It’s important to learn and work out for yourself which treatment provides you with the best results.
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