ADHD Awareness Month
October is ADHD Awareness Month and this year’s theme is ADHD Across the Lifespan: Knowing is Better. This important non-profit organization advocates for those struggling with ADHD by teaching people the symptoms associated with ADHD in children and adults, and advocating for diagnoses so that people can get the help they need.
Knowing is Better, that’s for sure. But, “knowing” can involve more than a self-screener (if you want to take one, it is available through the Free ADHD Quiz) so you can verify that the symptoms you feel are the result of ADHD and “knowing” is more than your doctor prescribing ADHD medications for you because you fit the profile . This is false knowing because many times the symptoms of ADHD are actually related to some other developmental difficulty.
An ADHD brain pattern can be changed. There is a lot of science you can learn from neurofeedback treatment. An ADHD brain pattern can be improved to function optimally, getting rid of all ADHD symptoms.
ADHD can be healed, but the first step is to find out if you actually have it and which type.