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Why Do People with ADHD Have Problems Sleeping?

Why Do People with ADHD Have Problems Sleeping?

ADHD sleep problems-usually sleep deprivation-afflicts many with ADHD. Why do people with ADHD have problems sleeping? What can they do about it? Learn here.

People with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) tend to have problems sleeping, even though good sleep helps reduce ADHD symptoms. It’s a cycle—insomnia worsens the same adult ADHD symptoms that make it difficult to sleep. Why do people with ADHD frequently suffer from sleep deprivation, and is there anything we can do about it?

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ADHD Organization Tips: Planners, Calendars and Lists

ADHD Organization Tips: Planners, Calendars and Lists

These are my ADHD organization tips on using calendars, planners, and schedules to your advantage. You can calm the chaos in your mind with these ADHD tips.

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) organization tips can come in handy since staying organized can be a daily struggle. This is why I try to write almost everything down in planners. Everyone has a unique organization system, so I want to share a taste of how I use planners, calendars, and lists to stay organized. Take a look at these ADHD organization tips that work for me.

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Adult ADHD and Urgency: Dealing With a Now or Never Impulse

Adult ADHD and Urgency: Dealing With a Now or Never Impulse

Adults with ADHD often feel a sense of urgency. ADHD's symptom of urgency has both up- and downsides. Learn about ADHD's now-or-never mentality here.

People with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) experience a sense of urgency. In fact, people with ADHD have a complicated relationship with time in general. ADHD-ers often suffer from “time blindness” that makes time management difficult because we often can’t accurately measure time. It can make both everything and nothing seem urgent. Today, I would like to address this “now or never” aspect of adult ADHD and urgency.

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Trying New Organization Strategies for Adults With ADHD

Trying New Organization Strategies for Adults With ADHD

I'm trying new organization strategies to deal with adult ADHD, and here is where I'm starting. Watch to learn what adult ADHD organization strategies I'll try.

Organization strategies for adults with ADHD help reduce frustration and regain time lost to disorganization. I feel organization strategies that work with adult ADHD will provide the foundation of being able to move out into the world and focus on living. My disorganization has robbed me of years of my life as I am always looking for something or moving things around the house creating another area of clutter. I needed a new organization strategy for dealing with adult ADHD, and this is what I decided to do.

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Learn Habits to Reduce ADHD Symptom-Related Problems

Learn Habits to Reduce ADHD Symptom-Related Problems

Changing habits to reduce ADHD symptom-related problems isn't easy, but it's worth it. Here's how I work with Adult ADHD to make it more manageable.

I have a disability called adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). ADHD causes many symptom-related problems that I must learn to manage. For instance, if you are blind, you prepare an environment and create habits that make the disability more manageable. I am approaching the disability of ADHD by transforming my environment and creating habits that reduce the problems caused by my ADHD symptoms.

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Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity: Is ADHD Really A Disorder?

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity: Is ADHD Really A Disorder?

We can quote textbooks and specialists all day long, but in the end, it is how we perceive ourselves and our individual conditions that really count. In that respect, is attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) truly a disorder? I don’t like terms like illness, disease, or disorder because they all imply there’s something wrong, and I don’t entirely feel that’s the case.

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Adult ADHD and Career Choices

Adult ADHD and Career Choices

I’m here to talk to you today about how to make a career choice that would work well with your adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). I had a great job in Boston working for the Unitarian Universalist Association and I loved my supervisor and my colleagues. Still, there was always something about sitting behind a desk that just didn’t work for me.

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Adult ADHD and Preventing Impulsive Emails

Adult ADHD and Preventing Impulsive Emails

Hello, dear friends with adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). I had a conversation with a fellow the other day and he brought up something I had never considered doing before: setting up my email system so that when I’m sending emails I have to go through an extra step to actually have them sent. There are different ways to do this in email systems and they just might be able to help with our impulsive email sending habits.

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5 Tips to Boost Productivity with Adult ADHD

5 Tips to Boost Productivity with Adult ADHD

If you have adult ADHD, you can boost your productivity with these 5 tips. Learn more about managing your ADHD symptoms and organization.

A common misconception is that apart from medication, there is little someone diagnosed with adult attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can do to maintain what passes as order in their life. While it certainly feels like that from time to time, it is simply not the case. There are some things an adult with ADHD can do to stack the odds in his or her favor.

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How to Let Your Adult ADHD Out

How to Let Your Adult ADHD Out

Last night, I had just about the best night ever and I didn’t have to think about keeping my hyperactive monster in check or about staying focused. I found the ultimate way to let my adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) reign free! The way my brain wants me to work is to make jokes 99% of the time, move around a lot, make others laugh a lot (did I mention that), switch accents up when talking and entertain people. My brain’s desire doesn’t always serve me well when it’s not kept in check, but it did last night. Why? Because I went to a murder mystery dinner.

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