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Always on the move: ADHD in men

Key symptoms to keep an eye out for in male friends, family or partners.

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Managing ADHD for happier holidays

A break from school or work means a shift in routine – here’s how to keep ADHD in check.

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It’s the season to be impulsive

Why holidays mark high spending habits for ADHD adults.

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Does your teenager have undiagnosed ADHD?

Tempestuous teenagers are normal, but if various factors suggest there’s something more complex at play, it might be undiagnosed ADHD.

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How to stop the impulsive online shopper

How to stop the impulsive online shopper

Impulsive online shopping is a common behaviour amongst individuals with ADHD. Find out how to stop impulsive shopping.

How to buckle up the risks when driving with ADHD

How to buckle up the risks when driving with ADHD

How do you stay focused when driving with ADHD? This is how you can buckle up the risks and stop distracted driving.

7 things everyone should know about ADHD

7 things everyone should know about ADHD

October is ADHD awareness month. Here are 7 things everyone should know about it.

The neurological explanation of ADHD

The neurological explanation of ADHD

What are the physical causes of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in the brain?

Does screen time increase chances of ADHD?

Does screen time increase chances of ADHD?

Studies suggest a link between attention problems and electronic devices. How can parents put a stop to excessive screen time?

Black people don’t get ADHD (and other ADHD myths you shouldn’t believe)

Black people don’t get ADHD (and other ADHD myths you shouldn’t believe)

Why common misconceptions about ADHD can be a challenge to diagnosis and treatment.

Can ADHD cause low self-esteem in women?

Can ADHD cause low self-esteem in women?

Women with untreated ADHD often struggle with poor self-image, anxiety and eating disorders. Find out why.

Seeing red with ADHD?

Seeing red with ADHD?

Get to grips with how ADHD, frustration and aggression are intimately linked, as explained by psychiatrist Dr Frans A Korb.

How ADHD presents in girls

How ADHD presents in girls

ADHD can affect boys and girls differently. Learn how to recognise the symptoms in girls.

Better late than never for ADHD treatment

Better late than never for ADHD treatment

Dr Renata Schoeman examines the fallout for adults with ADHD, growing up in a time when the condition wasn’t widely recognised.

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