What if it’s not Alzheimer’s, but ADHD?
Researchers have only recently begun studying older adults and ADHD, with most studies taking place in the last 10 years or so. Current thought says ADHD lasts into older adulthood; in contrast with the former belief that a person matured out of ADHD. Research shows older adults respond to medication for this condition in much the same way children do; medication helps increase the attention span, improving ability to focus and complete tasks.
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How Good is Your Psychiatrist? Finding Roses Among Thorns
Good Habits of Successful People With ADHD
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How to Improve Driving Skills of Teens With ADHD
ADHD and Self-Medicating With Stimulants