Andrew Benson


This book covers the topic of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, commonly referred to as ADHD. Inside, we will cover what ADHD is, the different types of ADHD, how it affects both children and adults, how it is treated, and much more. 
Unfortunately, there are many misconceptions surrounding ADHD. While more and more people are becoming aware of the condition and its intricacies each year, many of these misconceptions still remain. This book aims to dispel these myths and mistruths, and educate you on the way ADHD actually impacts a person. 
An ADHD diagnosis does not mean that you or your child are dumb, or incapable of learning and operating efficiently in the workplace or at school. It’s actually quite the opposite. In fact, there are several few ways in which the symptoms of ADHD can be a blessing in disguise! 
A person with ADHD just has to implement the right strategies for learning, managing their time, and controlling their impulsive tendencies. Once these strategies are in place, a person with ADHD can be just as effective, if not more so, than a person who isn’t affected by ADHD. 
This book will educate you on the many ways that ADHD is treated, including the different medication and therapy options which are most commonly prescribed. Also included are a range of self-help techniques and strategies that can be implemented to help you really get control over the symptoms of ADHD, manage them, and even use them to your advantage. 
At the completion of this book, you should have a rather comprehensive understanding of ADHD, and feel well prepared to manage your or your child’s symptoms with full confidence!

Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn About Inside…

What Is ADHD
How ADHD Is Diagnosed
How ADHD Affects Adults
How ADHD Affects Children
Alternative Therapies For ADHD
Strategies For Managing ADHD Symptoms
Understanding Your Loved One's ADHD
Much, Much More!
116 printed pages
Original publication



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