Join Edge Foundation Board Member, Dr. Patricia Quinn, at the National Resource Center on ADHD’s Ask the Experts! chat. This month’s topic: Treatment for Women and Girls with AD/HD. When: Wed., Jan. … Read More
According to the Surgeon General, at any one time, 16% of our population will have an anxiety disorder. That means Anxiety Disorders are FOUR TIMES as common as the common cold. And some studies have indicated that as many as 25% of children with ADHD also have anxiety disorder. Here are some tips to help you recognize the symptoms of anxiety and find resources to help you manage it.
Editor’s note: Last month we talked about how anxiety occurs more frequently in ADHD community than in the mainstream population. This month we’ll look a little deeper into 4 types of anxiety … Read More
Common forms of anxiety are much more common in people who have ADHD than the general population. Half (52%) of adults with ADHD will experience general anxiety disorder during their lifetimes. There are a few easy, everyday things you can do that will help control anxiety without taking another pill. And you can start right now!
Last month Edge Foundation attended CHADD’s regional conference in Anaheim. The keynote speaker, Mark Katz presented an inspiring talk about resiliency we felt you needed to hear. You probably already know … Read More
The rate of anxiety disorders is much higher in people with ADHD than in the general public. There is also a higher rate of depression among people who have ADHD than the general population. ADHD often comes with a host of other issues such as learning disabilities, anxiety and depression. But depression may be the most life-threatening condition of all.
Last month we started a three part series on ADHD and depression. The first installment revealed that people with ADHD have a higher incidence of depression than the general population and urged … Read More