Games, Puzzles and ADHD
Games and puzzles are a natural fit for the ADHD brain. I’d guess games and puzzles are especially likely to lure out the ADHD brain’s ability to hyperfocus. To start with, these activities are associated with an imminent, well-defined reward: winning the game or solving the puzzle. Everything you do is a step toward getting that reward.
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