ADHD Without Medication
Charlie Kaplan
Charlie Kaplan
January 8, 2019
You may want to try different tools or skills instead of — or in addition to — taking medication. Here's how to cope with ADHD without medication.

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Is Daydreaming Normal in People With ADHD?

ADHD can be related to daydreaming. So in what cases is it normal daydreaming compared to what is known as maladaptive daydreaming?
by Melissa C. Waters on May 4, 2018
ADHD Symptoms

What Do ADHD Symptoms Look Like in Children and Adults?

ADHD symptoms can look different across all ages. Here's what symptoms and signs you may be seeing in your child or even yourself.
by Kristi Lazzari on April 26, 2018
Do I Have ADHD

The Question We’re All Tired of Hearing From People, ‘Do I Have ADHD?’

If you've ever asked yourself "do I have ADHD?" Chances are, you probably don't have ADHD. And here are the 25 reasons why you probably do NOT have ADHD.
by Alexander Beiga on April 18, 2018
ADHD and ODD

ADHD and ODD: Why ADHD Children and Adults Act Out

Up to half of all ADHD children have oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) and it's possible for children to outgrow ODD. Learn more about ADHD and ODD here.
by Alexander Beiga on April 11, 2018
Inattentive ADHD

What Is Inattentive ADHD?

Inattentive ADHD is what we used to simply call ADD. This type of ADHD lacks the hyperactivity, and the person has a difficult time paying attention.
by Krystina Ostermeyer on February 14, 2018
ADHD Meltdowns

Why ADHD Meltdowns Happen and How to Cope

One of the symptoms adults and children with ADHD struggle with most is their emotional outbursts. Thankfully there are ways to manage these ADHD meltdowns.
by Kristi Lazzari on January 30, 2018
Adult ADHD and Pediatric ADHD

Adult ADHD and Pediatric ADHD: How Are They Different?

Adult ADHD and pediatric ADHD, what's the difference? Krystina, who was on the cusp of the two, looks into the conditions in order to find a difference.
by Krystina Ostermeyer on December 27, 2017
ADHD Myths

Separating Myth From Fact When It Comes to ADHD

There are many ADHD myths, and it’s vital that you overcome these misconceptions to help your child’s academic and social development.
by Alexander Beiga on December 19, 2017
ADHD Fatigue

Recognizing and Overcoming the Symptoms of Fatigue With ADHD

Tired of ADHD fatigue? When you think about ADHD, the last thing you probably think about is fatigue, yet fatigue is a common symptom of ADHD.
by Amy Manley and Krystina Ostermeyer on December 6, 2017
ADHD Facts

7 Facts About ADHD: Separating Fact From Fiction

When it comes to ADHD there is a lot of information floating around, some false and some true. Well, now it's time to separate ADHD facts from fiction.
by Kristi Lazzari on November 1, 2017