ADHD Affects Adults Also
Adults with ADHD have typically had the disorder since childhood but may not have been diagnosed until later in life. The symptoms of ADHD in both children and adults can range from mild to severe, depending on each person’s physiology and environment. Symptoms can affect school, work, and social situations for those with ADHD. Other conditions, such as depression or anxiety, may worsen ADHD symptoms.
Most professionals agree that a combination of therapeutic, holistic healing and illness management methods are ideal for individuals suffering from ADHD. The Standard American Diet (SAD) is riddled with chemical additives, hidden sugars, and highly processed oils that can contribute to more severe symptoms of ADHD. Our interdisciplinary team can provide personalized meal plans, exercise recommendations, and health screenings to provide a full-person approach to wellness and ADHD management. At Clear Recovery Center we recognize that other lifestyle factors, including addiction, dependence on technology, a sedentary lifestyle, and sleep disorders can also impact the severity of ADHD. Patients admitted to our program will have the opportunity to work with a professional team to identify these contributing factors and address them in order to successfully manage and live with ADHD. Many programs for individuals suffering from ADHD are single minded and focused on only one management method. Consider Clear Recovery Center if you want to find the professional support that is willing to help you manage your struggles from every angle.