5 Lifestyle Hacks to Help Manage ADHD During Pregnancy
Most of the front-line medications used to treat ADHD in adults are category C drugs. That basically means that there’s insufficient research available to say whether or not the medication is safe to use during pregnancy and breastfeeding...Thankfully, there are lifestyle and behavioral changes that may help. This doesn’t mean that ADHD can or should always be treated without medication. But these alternatives may help improve ADHD symptoms until you deliver.
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