The author, through his own experience as well as training opportunities, has come to the conclusion that there is a strong link between these conditions. Usually they are diagnosed and treated as if they were unrelated ailments. Nevertheless, the Archives of General Psychiatry has published studies showing a link between ADD and addiction without clarifying
The author freeing shares examples from his own personal experience and that of his son as they struggled with ADD. He also shares situations in which he was able to help others to break the "stuck points" in their lives.
In The Definitive Book on Attention Deficit Disorder and ADHD, you will learn:
- The definition and symptoms of ADD and some common reasons it is misdiagnosed
- False ideas about ADD, including the belief that it only affects children
- Some of the possible causes of ADD, as well as the physical, emotional and social consequences of this condition
- The tendency toward self-medication among those with ADD,
- How we may use sex, gambling, or even conflicts with others to stimulate natural substances like adrenaline or dopamine for mind-altering
- The seven types of ADD
- How depression and anxiety, produced by childhood trauma, relates to PTSD
- Why those with ADD and addicts are drawn to one another
- How to better understand the signs of relapse and what can be done about it
- Some practical strategies to change your life.
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