Struggling with distractions in this amped up world? Renowned ADHD expert Dr. Ned Hallowell guides us through stories, guests, tips, calls, and lots of surprises too. If you’re pulled and prodded all day from many directions or tied to your smartphone and apps, this insightful and entertaining journey will help you regain control of your life in a fun and novel way. Give it a listen and.. wait, did you see that bird?
How Estrogen and Brain Shame Affect Women with ADHD
Women with ADHD face different challenges than men. Fluctuating hormones, negative self-talk, and gender stereotypes are just a few of the internal struggles many neurodiverse women face every day. But Sari Solden and her workbook, A Radical Guide for Women with ADHD, can help!
Don't Overcomplicate Role of Medication
Dr. H answers a few common medication questions like, "How does a stimulant help a hyperactive brain?" and "Do I have to be on medication for life?" #NedTalks
Why Some People Believe Fake News
We all know someone who shares "fake news" on social media believing it to be true. Psychology professor Zach Hambrick explains why.
ADHD vs. ADD: What's the Difference?
Dr. Hallowell clears up the confusion regarding why some people use the term "ADD," and some use "ADHD."
Strategies for Successfully Working From Home with ADHD
Our go-to productivity expert and ADHD coach, Kristin Seymour, offers a ton of simple life hacks you can utilize to help you stay on track in your job and increase your overall happiness.
A Post-Election Plea for America
While we wait and see who will be the next president, Ned shares his wish for the future.
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Ned the most wonderful, insightful, and kind psychiatrist
Dr Ned, I will most likely misspell your surname, I thankyou from the bottom of my heart for sharing your own diagnosis with us and therefore again sharing all your information about ADHD. I was diagnosed problem at age 45years, never knowing my personality was really ADHD. Having 2 of 3 children and a mother with ADHD; treating myself with medication (allowing myself to be treated) has opened my eyes. Ned and all your guests, but you especially Ned thankyou. You are a shiny, bright star and I can imagine many others believe this too, Jo-Anne, from Western Australia
Great great information, science based and practical. Thanks Ned, keep up the great work. I will be listening as long as you make these podcasts. With the best regards from Melbourne Australia.
Thank you Dr Hallowell for the gift of connectedness, community and hope for adults with ADHD.
This amazing man gives hope to so many people who have been impacted by ADHD, especially adults. This is a fantastic podcast series. So much amazing information with a great diversity of speakers. If you know someone or love someone with ADHD this is a “must hear” podcast. Better still, if you you someone that is dismissive of ADHD get them to listen too! So many gems...I never miss an episode.