Adult ADHD is not curable. ADHD permanently changes the brain. At the same time, ADHD is treatable. In fact, ADHD is one of the most treatable mental health disorders. If you or someone in your family has Adult ADHD, then you’ll want to know about the various Adult ADHD treatments.
At one time, experts thought that one could outgrow ADHD because some children with ADHD outgrew their symptoms in adolescence. Some adolescents naturally do outgrow their hyperactivity. Other adolescents with ADHD do not outgrow their symptoms. Instead, they learn to compensate for their ADHD symptoms and balance them with individual strengths.
During her 2017 Success with ADHD Telesummit, Laurie Dupar of Coaching for ADHD interviewed Lynne Edris, ADHD Coach with CoachingADDvantages on the topic of conquering procrastination and getting into action.
Lynne explained why people with ADHD are prone to inaction, the price they pay for their procrastination, and what they can do to help themselves get into action. Her practical tips can help ADHD Adults close the gap between their intentions and their actions.
In her 2017 Succeed with ADHD Telesummit, Laurie Dupar of Coaching for ADHD interviewed Rick Green and Dr. Charles Parker. Green has the website Totally ADD.com. Parker is a neuroscience consultant and a practicing psychiatrist with 48+ years of experience diagnosing and treating ADHD patients. It was interesting to hear the patient versus medical practitioner perspectives on ADHD medications.
The following notes on the subject of Adult ADHD Procrastination Hacks are from an interview with Alan Brown by Laurie Dupar, of Coaching for ADHD , during the 2017 Succeed with ADHD Telesummit.
Alan Brown, creator of the ADD Crusher™ video series
Alan Brown, the creator of the acclaimed ADD Crusher™ video series, knows how to put simple brain and physical hacks into play so adults with ADHD can break the procrastination curse.
Adults with ADHD can have difficulty staying motivated, which causes them to procrastinate and under-achieve. According to Alan Brown, there are hacks to help adults with ADHD get motivated and get in action to begin daunting and despised tasks and stay in action even when their brains give them signals to procrastinate.