Dr. Umesh Jain
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for TotallyADD.com
and its content
Dr. Umesh Jain is now exclusively responsible for TotallyADD.com and its content

ADHD Blog

Category : Adult ADHD

ADHD in Adults | Adult ADHD

The ADHD – Migraine Connection

By Beau Peters

If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with ADHD, then you know that managing the condition presents its own unique challenges. What you may not have realized, however, is that those living with ADHD are also at an increased risk for experiencing migraines.

ADHD and Emotions | ADHD in Adults | Adult ADHD

Self-Care, Compassion and Adult ADHD

By Sandy Pace

My inner critic at times gets very loud and overwhelming. Sound familiar? This makes any form of self-compassion or self-care seem impossible, especially when it relates to things I find challenging, or certain things related to my past experiences, and my Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder diagnosis.

ADHD in Adults | Adult ADHD | Holistic Strategies

Natural Remedies for ADHD

By Emma Tellett, Nutritional Therapist

This is my story. My personal ADHD journey. How I inadvertently found, and what I have learnt about ‘the natural approach’ to treating my symptoms. Where do I start? At the beginning I guess. (Buckle up readers, I have a story to tell you.)

ADHD in Adults | Adult ADHD | Most Popular

5 Superpowers of ADHD

By Rick Green - Founder of TotallyADD

I am going to suggest that there are some potential benefits to having ADHD. Symptoms that can be impairing in some situations can work for me in other situations. However, before we dive into this…A Caveat.  A Clarification.  A Disclaimer. 

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is not a gift. 

ADHD in Adults | Adult ADHD | Emotional Journey

You worry too much! You're too sensitive!

By Rick Green - Founder of TotallyADD

Many adults who have ADHD, myself included, don’t feel we worry too much or are highly sensitive, anxious, moody, mercurial, easily upset, or quick to anger. We don’t feel that our emotions are a problem.

But talk to our friends and family. Hear what they say. (Awkward clearing of throat.)

ADHD in Adults | Adult ADHD

Do This When You Feel That “Life is Too Hard”

By Rick Green - Founder of TotallyADD

I read this quote by Sydney Harris: “When I hear somebody sigh “Life is hard” I am always tempted to ask “Compared to what?”. Compared to what. That is very profound and deep… or possibly it’s glib and dismissive I still haven’t decided.