Linda was an ADDiva lurked inside for years.She is a Midlife woman with ADHD; author, coach; retreat facilitator; speaker; dream weaver. Find guides to women with ADHD to magnificent transformation so they can (finally) live the lives they have always deserved!
Estrogen helps ADHD women's brains function better, but when ADDivas enter perimenopause, estrogen waxes and wanes, wreaking havoc on our memories, our concentration and our moods. Estrogen therapy sounds like the answer, but hormone therapy is fraught with potential dangers. That's why I was so happy to discover an app (there's an app for everything!) that helps you narrow down your risk as you decide whether ET is appropriate for you.
'm kidding, of course. I've been in my kitchen daily, but I haven't been using it to its fullest potential.
So I'm happy to finally break out the pots and pans and cook something! Something usually delicious and unusual (for me at least). What's the secret? I signed up for one of those mail order meal plans.
Sometimes the more things change, the more they stay the same. Take ADHD meds, for instance. If you are looking for a stimulant you have exactly two choices: amphetamines (like Adderall) or methylphenidate (Ritalin and its ilk).
That doesn’t stop the pharmaceutical companies from offering lots variations on these Schedule II class drugs. The medications are controlled by the FDA. And here it comes again:Shire Pharmaceuticals announced it would begin distribution and marketing of Mydayis later this year.