Contrary to popular belief, ADHD is fairly common in adults. A person with an ADHD brain is likely to be restless, distracted, short-tempered, forgetful, impulsive, reactive, stressed out and overwhelmed among other things.
A person with ADHD feels, thinks and acts differently because his/her brain is actually wired that way.
ADHD is NOT a mental illness. It is simply a case of one’s brain being wired a certain way.
New brain imaging technologies show that ADHD brains are different from most. It’s biology, not morality.
Training the brain with Neurofeedback helps manage symptoms better.