Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)
Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) frequently begins in childhood. People who live with ADHD can have trouble paying attention, might not be able to determine the “appropriate” amount of physical activity for a given situation, act before thinking, find themselves daydreaming a lot, and/or find it hard to focus, organize, and finish tasks. ADHD is treatable.
Each person is unique, and should explore their options and select for themselves the most effective coping mechanisms for dealing with ADHD. That being said, many people have found successful treatment for ADHD through various types of psychotherapy, medication, behavioral interventions, education and training, mindfulness, and spiritual and indigenous practices. Usually folks with ADHD have better outcomes when they combine more than one type of treatment.