March 1, 2016

Being an integrative psychiatrist, I treat patients using western medicine, alternative treatments, and a wide variety of lifestyle interventions. When treating ADHD, I find that bringing all of these practices together is the most beneficial approach. One powerful, yet often-not implemented practice, is exercise.

As someone who has had ADHD myself, I know how difficult it can be to follow through when someone makes a wonderful suggestion such as “go exercise.” However, years of exercising and seeing its great effects in my clients have convinced me that this is essential for those wanting to recover from, and thrive with, ADHD.

We know that symptoms of ADHD include restlessness, decreased concentration, poor follow-through, and emotional reactivity. We also know that these symptoms are related to an ineffective processing of neurotransmitters…

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