Understanding the Adult ADHD Brain

A team of neuroscientists over at MIT recently uncovered some fascinating new insight into the brain of an adult with ADHD. 

In an article describing the findings, Inside the Adult ADHD Brain looks at comparisons of brain activity in adults who were diagnosed with ADHD in childhood, who either present with persistent symptoms, or are considered remitted (e.g. “recovered”).

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What do you wish people knew about ADHD?

What do you wish people knew about ADHD? This is an important question that does not always get the time and attention it deserves. Despite a ton of progress, there are still so many myths and misconceptions out there about ADHD, and sometimes some people just don’t get it...

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CADDAC: Raising ADHD Awareness

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As many individuals with ADHD can attest to, one of the biggest struggles of having an ADHD diagnosis is the fight against people who insist it does not exist. Every day we hear stories of doctors, teachers, parents, and spouses, who, despite the very real symptoms that our patients face, refuse to believe that ADHD is a real disorder...

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