by Rachel Wright
Introducing "Women with ADHD Falling through the Cracks: Unmasking the Bias and Exploring Why ADD and ADHD Symptoms in Adult Women and Girls Are Misunderstood and Undiagnosed ... Health and Empowerment Books Book 1)" by Rachel Wright. This eye-opening non-fiction book sheds light on the often overlooked and unacknowledged experiences of women with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). With a focus on the unique challenges faced by women and girls, this book explores the reasons behind the misdiagnosis and underdiagnosis of ADHD in females. Providing valuable insights into ADHD management strategies, diagnosis, treatment options, and more, this book is a must-read for women with ADHD, their loved ones, and anyone looking to understand this condition better. Take control of your life and empower yourself with the knowledge and understanding offered in this insightful book. Grab your copy today and own your ADHD!
Women with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are falling through the cracks, and it's time to talk about it.
ADHD is not just a problem for kids and males. With centuries of cultural stereotypes about women's supposed lack of intellect, women with ADHD are often overlooked and unacknowledged. 50%-75% of ADHD cases in females are missed.
This diagnosis gap happens partly because it's a condition that was traditionally thought to affect mostly men, but also because women tend to have less obvious or socially disruptive symptoms than men. Males tend to be diagnosed more often and sooner because their symptoms are usually more physical and obvious. Inattentive ADHD, the most common ADHD presentation in females, tends to be mental rather than physical. Since many of these symptoms take place inside the mind, they can be easy for parents, patients and mental health professionals to miss.
"A moving and eye-opening exploration of the different impacts of ADHD in women from childhood to adulthood: from missed opportunities to missed diagnoses and the heartbreaking consequences. A must-read for anyone who wants to understand more about ADHD in women."
ADHD is a challenging condition for women and girls. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the diagnosis rate among females is 40% lower than males. The symptoms can be different but the consequences are just as serious. Women with ADHD often go undiagnosed or misdiagnosed, which negatively impacts their mental & physical wellbeing and relationships. The good news? ADHD can be managed with medication and coaching. This book introduces ADHD through the lens of women, offers tips for managing daily life, and includes a list of resources for women in particular.
This book will teach you:
What is ADHD
How to diagnose ADHD
ADHD management strategies
Tips for parents of an ADHD child
Treatment options of ADHD
How ADHD symptoms differs in women
Why ADHD Is Underdiagnosed in Women
Challenges of women with ADHD
If you are a woman with ADHD, you should know that it is a very treatable condition. As overwhelmed as you may feel, know that you can feel better. There is a lot you can do to regain control of your life, instead of having ADHD control you.
It's time to Know Your ADHD and Own Your ADHD!
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