People with ADHD do not ‘grow out of’ the disorder, new research suggests – Science – News – The Independent

Around 10-50 per cent of people diagnosed as children and teenagers continue to be diagnosed with it in adulthood, meaning the condition is interpreted by many as something people ‘grow out of’.

And just as people do not grow out of an ADHD brain, diet and lifestyle principles foster the development of such a condition in the first place. It’s not only the Japanese who understand this principle, but also the French. French psychologists differ from their American counterparts in that they consider ADHD to be in part a social ill, not just a medical one. Unsurprisingly the French have a much lower incidence of ADHD than Americans.

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1 year 7 months ago
I’ve had recurrent doerpssien for decades, sometimes lasting a month or two, sometimes a year or more. The worst for me is how much my doerpssien hurts on the inside, how much it makes me loathe and hate myself — but that’s the doerpssien screwing up the chemicals, the neurotransmitters, in my brain and telling me lies. It really makes me feel hopeless, though, makes me beat myself in the head. The most recent episode, Depression led me to go shopping for a weapon because I just didn’t think I could hold on any longer. I decided to go into… Read more »
1 year 4 months ago

I’m glad to hear that you made it through. Good luck! Don’t let depression eat you, Talk to someone when this ominous feeling hangs in you.

1 year 3 months ago

I suggest you evaluate your condition and better yet get a second opinion from another doctor. We are all different. What worked for me may not work for you. You can try natural therapy sessions or get a good ADHD coach.