Although ADHD was originally considered to be a disorder of childhood, it has been clear for years that it also impacts adults. At least 60% of children diagnosed with ADHD struggle with symptoms into adulthood and the estimated prevalence of ADHD in adults is between 4 and 5%.
As with children and teens, medication treatment is extensively used to treat ADHD in adults. Although medication is a core treatment for adult ADHD, and helps many individuals, many continue to experience impairment and some experience adverse effects that preclude ongoing medication treatment. [Read more…] about Study: Self-guided internet-delivered treatment can significantly reduce ADHD symptoms among adults