Trouble Sleeping? Switch Off Your Electronics Earlier in the Evening

A study done by the American College of Chest Physicians in November found a link between screens (especially blue screens of TVs and computers) and a reduced production of melatonin, which regulates sleep.

People with ADHD commonly have issues falling asleep at a decent, functional hour. For some patients, this is due to an internal restlessness...

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A personal story about adult ADHD: Til Death do us Part

Finding out you have ADHD as an adult can be a difficult, albeit powerful, journey.

A member of Springboard Clinic’s community recently wrote an incredible piece about her own journey with adult ADHD that we wanted to share. This woman’s story describes her thoughts and feeling about her ADHD diagnosis as an adult...

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6 Tips for Managing Back to School with ADHD Children

Well, it’s that time of year again: Back to school. If you have children, particularly ADHD children, this can be a daunting time of year.

The shopping, the driving, the lunch making, the alarm clocks, the homework, and everything in between. With September comes old and new challenges to tackle, and as a parent with a child with ADHD, you may be feeling the pressure right now...

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Money Management and ADHD: 7 Tips for Handling Family Finances

 Money management is a big deal in all marriages, but if you or your partner has ADHD, it can be particularly difficult. Money management can be much more complicated when it is exasperated by the cardinal symptoms of ADHD:inattention, impulsivity and hyperactivity.

When you have ADHD, boring, menial tasks like filing taxes and paying bills on time can feel like torture...

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