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What are some of the gender specific symptoms of ADHD in women? A female with ADHD may be less hyperactive and less impulsive than her male counterpart. Instead she may present with more subtle symptoms such as being disorganized, scattered, forgetful, introverted, withdrawn and socially isolated. She may have great difficulty keeping her focus on […]
Your ability to pay attention, problem solve, plan, and regulate your emotion is managed in part by certain chemicals in your brain. One of these important chemicals is Dopamine. Studies suggest that an ADHD brain does not release or reload dopamine effectively, which leads to problems with all of those executive function activities listed above […]
By Dr. Ainslie Gray Dr. Ainslie Gray has been assessing and treating ADHD for two decades, so she knows a thing or two about women and ADHD. Coincidentally, her team at Toronto’s Springboard Clinic consists of all women (three coaches and two other ladies to help keep the clinic running). Here are Dr. Gray’s top […]
When I spoke with TotallyADD about writing a piece for their month dedicated to ADHD and Women, I began making a list of how ADHD impacts men and women differently. I started by saying my usual message: women are more commonly anxious and internally restless, men can often be more explosive with their anger and […]
A recording of Rick and Patrick’s appearance on Attention Talk Radio on April 20th 2011. Hold onto your hats! This show is ADD on steroids. Listen in as host Jeff Copper interviews Patrick McKenna and Rick Green, two of the most outrageous ADDers on the planet around the conception, creation, and the development of Totally […]