Are you suffering from undiagnosed adult ADHD?
Throughout the years of being a brain health coach, I have seen many adults struggling with the debilitating symptoms of ADHD. It is common to believe that only young children suffer from ADHD but, undiagnosed ADHD extends into adulthood with the symptoms becoming worse over time.
Many adults don’t realize they have ADHD leaving them mystified about why their goals seem to slip out of reach.
Adult ADHD case study 1:
Lauren, a 34-year-old female, served as office manager at her job. She was a wonderful manager and liked to travel to other locations. However, when she had to substitute for another employee doing accounting or other similar tasks, she was slow and unable to concentrate for an extended period of time. She also had difficulty in her personal relationships. She did not understand why she had these difficulties but just figured that was her personality.
When the opportunity was presented to have her brain tested with the new WAVi brain testing technology, she thought it would be interesting to discover the current health of her brain. She was surprised to find that she had ADHD. Yet, as she thought about it and looked back over her school years and her jobs, she realized that it made sense. Even Lauren’s coworkers realized that she most likely had ADHD due to her inability to focus on details as well as her habit of juggling multiple projects but struggling to complete one.
The good news is that she received treatment with natural amino acids and was re-tested in 30 days. She no longer showed ADHD as long as she complied with her natural supplement treatment. More importantly, she could focus on tasks she once found difficult and her personal relationships were improving.
Adult ADHD case study 2:
Brent was 31 years of age when he came in to have his brain tested with the new WAVi technology. He had been diagnosed as having ADHD when he was 8 years of age and consequently was on and off medications for years. Brent never liked the medications as they often caused him to be nauseous and lose his appetite. His relationship with his family and others was rocky.
Brent soon learned that he did not have ADHD however, his brain was very slow due to the medications he was taking. The medications also made him irritable and negatively affected his job performance. As part of his treatment, Brent was placed on supplemental natural brain nutrients as well as a healthy diet and was encouraged to exercise regularly.
He was soon able to stop his medications and his brain speed returned to normal. His job performance improved significantly and his family welcomed him to family gatherings. He also entered into a healthy romantic relationship which in the past, he was unable to maintain.
Do you have any of these symptoms?
- Easily distracted
- Problems with self-control
- Brain fog
- Impulsive behaviors
- Have trouble concentrating
- Difficulty controlling anger
- Easily distracted
- Relationship problems
- Alcohol abuse
- Chronically late for work or important events
- Difficulty keeping your mind on the task at hand
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is not limited to childhood – up to 70% of children with ADHD continue having symptoms when they grow up. Many were never diagnosed.
New Test for ADHD: Affordable, fast and non-invasive.
The new WAVi Testing Platform, available at the Seeking Perfect Health provides objective measurements to help diagnose or rule out Attention Deficient Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficient Hyperactivity (ADHD).
This non-invasive test incorporates cognitive and brain-electrical activity information to assess mental function on a real-time basis. Results are available immediately after testing. Testing time is generally 20 minutes. Once a diagnosis is confirmed, there are safe and effective methods of treatment that focus on balancing and improving brain function without prescription medications.