Trying to be an ADHD Super Mom can leave you feeling stressed out, fatigued, and isolated. Here are some strategies to help you live the life that is right for you and your family, and fully enjoy the experience of motherhood.
In addition to the typical cognitive burden that ADHD can bring, women with ADHD also have to deal with an ever fluctuating hormone environment. Changes in estrogen can intensify the symptoms of ADHD, particularly during the menstrual cycle, puberty and menopause. It is important for women diagnosed with ADHD to be aware of how estrogen affects their condition, and to take steps to lessen the impact.