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“How I Managed (and Mismanaged) My ADHD Without Medication”

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Receiving an ADHD diagnosis in adulthood can trigger a series of “aha!” moments. Suddenly, years of school struggles, time blindness, rejection sensitivity, or social challenges all make complete sense.

Hobbies, hacks and habits that seemed unremarkable — a penchant for sports, a taste for double-shot espressos — are seen in a new light, as coping strategies to curb what were ADHD symptoms all along.One of the many benefits of finally understanding your neurodivergent brain is understanding your options for treatment, including several effective medication choices.

We know that a truly optimized ADHD treatment plan also integrates complementary strategies, so understanding what has worked (and not worked) for other ADHD adults can be hugely helpful.This insight is particularly useful during the Adderall shortage, which continues to impact nearly all stimulant availability, and the Done ADHD fraud case that is further limiting access to medication.

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