ADHD Science: ADHD remission and cognitive improvement

Recent studies have linked ADHD remission and cognitive improvement. Yes, the idea that seems incredibly simple; however, the relevance of this information is incredibly significant. Presently, the industry at large tries to target symptoms of ADHD. This information may alter that approach, as an improvement in cognitive function would then be correlated with remission of[…]

ADHD Science: Pesticides linked to ADHD

Before anyone reads too far into this, it should be clear that a study has shown evidence of this, but there is no undeniable proof! Developmental pediatrician Dr. Tanya Froehlich and a team of colleagues analyzed data from 700 children aged 8-15, examining 3-PBA-levels and symptoms of ADHD. 3-PBA-levels are chemical indicators of exposure to[…]

Interested in neurofeedback?

Here at DOT, we’ve been working hard to change the way ADHD is viewed, managed, and treated. As such, and in rolling out a quality product that we hope will leave an impact, we need your support! If neurofeedback for ADHD is something that interests you and your family, make the production process a little[…]

ADHD Living: Keep a notepad

In scouring the internet and asking various individuals what works best for their case of ADHD, I have realized that pen and paper, though simple, make a difference for many people. In the famous case of Richard Branson, when the CEO of “Virgin companies” realized he had ADHD, he began carrying a notebook with him[…]

ADHD Motivation: Famous scientists with ADHD

Understandably, talking about the difficulties faced by people with ADHD can quickly become exhausting. That said,  however, this is a condition that people can rise above. For that reason, this post will discuss some famous and successful individuals with ADHD, with a focus on individuals in scientific disciplines. Albert Einstein Galileo Leonardo da Vinci Stephen[…]