Bubba Watson: One of many athletes with ADHD

Over the years, many different athletes with ADHD have come forward with their diagnoses – the one you may be most familiar with is Olympic champion (14 times over) Michael Phelps. As it turns out, ADHD is not uncommon among exceptional athletes, and it seems that many golfers in particular have the disorder. In fact, golf is often described as “the perfect ADD sport…it combines structure and novelty.”...

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De-bunking an ADHD Myth: We all have ADHD

“Everybody has trouble focusing and paying attention, so either we must all have ADHD, or it’s being wrongly diagnosed in others.”

Working in such a unique and specialized field, when asked the inevitable “what do you do” question outside of our clinic walls, our answer usually gets followed up by a number of questions and opinions about ADHD and its symptoms...

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ADHD and the Racing Mind

Recently, an ADHD adult aptly described his racing mind as a back and forth dialogue without an appropriate mediator. When stopping to ask someone for directions, he says it goes something like this:

 “Focus on the directions. Focus on where to turn left. Remember which street is one way….

Instead, I’m noticing her hairdo, the...

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