ADHD is a mental health condition that makes it hard for you to focus, control impulses and manage your energy levels. ADHD can affect how you think, act, and feel in different situations such as school, work, and in relationships. It is not a fault or flaw; it is a difference in how your brain works and processes information. ADHD is influenced by genetic and environmental factors such as family history, prenatal exposure, or brain injury.

Medication is often prescribed to help reduce the core symptoms of ADHD. There are both stimulant and non-stimulant medication options depending on the individual’s specific situation. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) can also play an important role in helping individuals develop strategies to manage their symptoms and improve their daily functioning

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