The "Default Mode Network" and ADHD

neuroscience and ADHDThe Default Mode Network (DMN for short) is a term for several regions of the brain that show elevated metabolic activity when the brain is at rest and not engaged in a task or activity that requires focus. Interestingly, based on research, the DMN appears to be more active in individuals with ADHD, even when they are trying to engage in a task or activity that DOES require focus. So what does that mean for you if you have ADHD? To find out, check out this article talking about the DMN: ADHD's Secret Demon - And How to Tame It.

Interested in learning which other brain regions appear to be impacted with ADHD? If so, check out The Neuroscience of the ADHD Brain.

 

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