Here are some of the most common misconceptions about ADHD which can cause delays in diagnosis and access to treatment.
A number of studies over the past several years have suggested that certain types of chronic pain and ADHD may be highly correlated. The good news is there is some indication that medications and cognitive behavioral therapy used as part of an ADHD treatment plan may also provide relief for chronic pain symptoms.
Many studies have confirmed that teen drivers with ADHD are at greater risk for being involved in an accident, getting ticketed for a traffic violation, or having their driver’s license suspended. A new study, conducted by Arunima Roy, PhD, of the University of Ottawa’s Royal’s Institute of Mental Health Research in Ontario, has found that individuals whose childhood ADHD persists into adulthood also appear to be at increased risk for motor vehicle crashes.