Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Anxiety and ADHD

ADHD and some anxiety seem to be paired almost invariably. There is a kind of positive feedback between those issues, and they can furthermore lead to depression with a devastating snowball effect. Maintained psychiatric care may be necessary to prevent a negative emotional chain reaction. Your physician may choose to treat with both a stimulant for ADHD and an anti-depressant for anxiety and depression. Regardless of treatment strategy, a little care can prevent massive problems that take longer to resolve. A proper chemical balance in your brain is as important as balance in your overall life. So with love, take care!

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Dr.Kevin Headen said...

Anxiety causes constant worrying and fear. It is estimated that one fourth of people with ADHD also suffer from some type of anxiety disorder. thanks for this valuable post.