It means it's hard to focus, hard to concentrate, and therefore hard to get anything done. This is not a permanent condition. You can learn to manage and control your attention.
On this site, we're going to take a unique approach to the problem and treatment of ADD. We're going to assume that you can learn to overcome these issues, with or without medication.
I'm going to encourage you to believe in yourself, and your ability to learn, grow and improve.
Good question! The approach I'm taking here is that emotion has everything to do with adult add symptoms. The standard approach to diagnosis and treatment for add in adults, as described in this article, focuses more on symptoms, and we're going to get to some of the underlying causes.
Here's the deal about emotions and adult attention deficit disorder:
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So, if that makes sense to you, then maybe you'll be interested in these natural remedies for add--natural, that is, because they come from inside you and involve no chemicals or medication of any kind.
Okay, now let's get to the treatment part. Adult attention deficit disorder may be a big challenge for you to deal with, but I really encourage you to consider that you have a lot more ability to heal it than you may have thought. Here are some things you can do right now that will help:
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Here is an excellent online ADD test that you can take to see where you stand with this problem.
The bottom line to consider here is that you are smarter, healthier, and stronger than you may have ever realized. This world of diagnosis and medication doesn't do a lot for your self-esteem. However, the more you believe in yourself and keep a positive attitude, the harder you will work to heal and improve! Contrary to popular belief, adult attention deficit disorder does not have to last the rest of your life.
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