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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder affects almost 10% of American children between 13 and 18 years old, as well as 4% of U.S. adults over 18. ADHD has 3 primary characteristics: Inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity.
- Are effortlessly distracted, fail to catch details, are forgetful, and regularly switch activities
- Find it difficult to focus
- Are quickly bored with projects, unless it is something they enjoy
- Find organizing and completing tasks, or learning something new, to be challenging
- Struggle completing or submitting homework or other assignments
- Often lose things which are essential in completing tasks
- Have difficulty listening in conversations
- Are often confused
- Sometimes move slowly
- Struggle to quickly and accurately process information
- Have a hard time following instructions
- Are often restless,
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From a young age, Kolbe had lived with severe mental health challenges, including intense episode of violence. Despite moving from one medication to another through 2 dozen medications, nothing controlled his rage and tantrums significantly. That is until Truehope. EMPowerplus has changed Kolbe’s life and the lives of all those around him.
Diagnosed with ADHD when he was in Kindergarten, Albert went on medication to avoid being held back a grade. Before his parents knew it, Albert was feeling sad constantly, and by the time he had reached the third grade, he had been on 6 different medications, none of which worked as his parents hoped. Then they found EMPowerplus, and everything changed.
Earlier this year, researchers in New Zealand published a follow-up to randomized controlled trials they completed in 2009 and 2010 in which they studied the effects of EMPowerplus in 80 adults with ADHD.
Researchers contacted all the original participants and had them complete clinician-rated questionnaires. Of those 80 adults, 72 participated.
In general, participants had experience regression in psychiatric function compared to the measures taken at the end of the trials, but they were still doing better than they had been at the start of the trials.
Having been in business for nearly 20 years, we’ve helped tens of thousands of people find happiness, hope, and healing, including those who have ADHD.
Here are just 2 stories from participants with ADHD. Read how EMPowerplus changed their lives, and see if any of it sounds familiar to you.