Being late once in a while is understandable – we all run into traffic, misplace our keys, or just plain sleep through our alarms from time to time.
attention deficit hyperactive disorder
- Education & Learning
New Study Explores Link Between Physical Strain and Cognitive Control, Offering Insights into ADHD Treatment
Researchers recently conducted a study demonstrating that cognitive control, the ability to ignore distractions and focus on tasks at hand, shares resources with physical functioning.
- Mind & Brain
While student enrolment in US schools remained stable from 2006-2021, the percentage of children receiving special education services increased by 10.4%.
Ritalin, also known as methylphenidate, is a medication commonly prescribed to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in both children and adults.
While medication can be an effective tool in managing ADHD symptoms, there are alternative approaches to managing ADHD without medication that can also be helpful.
- Health & Wellness
Uunderstanding the potential side effects is crucial to make informed decisions about treatment options.
Passive suicidal ideation is a type of suicidal thought characterised by a desire to die without an active plan or intent to carry out suicide.
- Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy
A comprehensive systematic review updated in 2022 reveals that methylphenidate may improve ADHD symptoms and general behaviour.
If your child has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, you may be used to symptoms such as inattentiveness, hyperactivity, and impulsivity.
One mental health condition that has gained particular attention on social media is attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Why do some people get ADHD, while others do not? And how early in life or in the womb is the seed of ADHD sown?
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects millions of adults worldwide.
- Mind & Brain
A new study seeks to close this gap and understand how methylphenidate interacts with cognitive control networks and attentional behaviour.
This is the first to tie the genetic risk of ADHD to the chances of developing late-onset Alzheimer’s disease.
Christine Strand Bachmann has led a study that includes all Norwegian children born between 1989 and 1998.