Certified ADHD Coach Helps You to Stay Clear Off ADHD Myths

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There are various myths about ADHD that prevent patients from getting proper treatment. Despite ADHD being common amongst children as well as adults, the condition often is misunderstood by the general public and mental health professionals. Even people with ADHD don’t have complete knowledge of what the condition is all about and its effect on their life. In such situations, a Certified ADHD Coach plays an essential role in increasing awareness about ADHD and ensuring that people with ADHD get proper treatment.

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Certified ADHD Coach Helps You to Stay Clear Off ADHD Myths There are various myths about ADHD that prevent patients from getting proper treatment. Despite ADHD being common amongst children as well as adults the condition often is misunderstood by the general public and mental health professionals. Even people with ADHD don’t have complete knowledge of what the condition is all about and its effect on their life. In such situations a Certified ADHD Coach plays an essential role in increasing awareness about ADHD and ensuring that people with ADHD get proper treatment. Some myths that have been floating around ADHD include: • Many people have the misconception that ADHD is not a real disorder. But this is not true. Although there is no definitive test for diagnosing the condition ADHD symptoms can help in the diagnosis process. • Poor parenting does not cause ADHD.Although ADHD coaching can help parents in devising new techniques for dealing with their ADHD children. • People with ADHD are not lazy although they are often lost in their dreams and procrastinate their work.

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• ADHD isn’t life-threatening but can have severe implications on the persons overall quality of life. This is where a Certified ADHD Coach can help the patients in coping with the ADHD challenges and help them in leading a normal life.

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