I recently came across an interesting and informative article on the Cerebrum Health Centers blog that explains a lot about how the brain is affected from ADHD. It includes a lot of detail on what it is, what causes it, what types of behaviors it is known to cause and a lot of other helpful information that you may be looking for on this subject.
You, or someone you know, has been diagnosed with ADHD and you’re struggling to understand what that diagnosis actually means. Is ADHD behavioral or neurological? Does it really exist and, if so, how is the brain of someone with ADHD different than neurotypical brains?
Below, we’ll take a look at this disorder from both inside and out, and discuss how the telltale behavioral signs of ADHD originate within the brain.
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