• ADHD

    Overcoming Procrastination: Unraveling the Neurological Web

    Procrastination, the perpetual foe of productivity, affects individuals across various spheres of life. Understanding the neurology behind this common behavior is the first step toward overcoming its grip on our daily lives. The Neurological Basis of Procrastination: Procrastination involves a complex interplay of brain functions, primarily centered around the prefrontal cortex—the brain’s CEO responsible for decision-making and goal-setting. When faced with tasks, the brain’s limbic system, associated with pleasure and reward, competes with the prefrontal cortex. In procrastinators, the limbic system often wins, leading to the delay of tasks deemed less immediately rewarding. This is one of many indicators that could lead to a positive assessment of ADHD/ADD. 5 Strategies…

  • Scattered minds

    ADHD in relationships

    ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) can affect individuals in many areas of their lives, including their relationships. While ADHD is often associated with children, it can also impact adults, and if left unmanaged, it can cause challenges in personal relationships. In this article, we will discuss the impact of ADHD on relationships, the challenges faced by individuals with ADHD, and how they can navigate them. One of the biggest challenges of ADHD in relationships is a lack of focus and attention. Individuals with ADHD may find it difficult to listen actively, remember important details or follow through on commitments. This can lead to frustration and misunderstanding, causing rifts in relationships.…