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Despite the wealth of information about ADHD, it is still widely misunderstood.
This is the home of better understanding of ADHD - explained through emotive real-world lived experience of the condition.
Brought to you by Qbtech, the leading ADHD testing company providing clinicians with objective data on ADHD symptoms; inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity.
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Despite the wealth of information about ADHD, it is still widely misunderstood.
This is the home of better understanding of ADHD - explained through emotive real-world lived experience of the condition.
Brought to you by Qbtech, the leading ADHD testing company providing clinicians with objective data on ADHD symptoms; inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity.
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    "You’re not bad with money, you have ADHD" - Maddy Alexander-Grout

    "You’re not bad with money, you have ADHD" - Maddy Alexander-Grout

    This episode of the second series features Simon in conversation with Maddy Alexander-Grout about various aspects of managing finances, particularly in the context of ADHD. Maddy shares personal experiences with debt and spending addiction, highlighting the need for support and education around financial management for neurodivergent individuals. 
    Maddy Alexander-Grout is a money and business coach for neurodivergent individuals. 
     
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    Maddy Alexander-Grout 
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    Simon Mundie  
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    • 42 min
    "Eating disorders are more common in people that have ADHD" - Rebecca King

    "Eating disorders are more common in people that have ADHD" - Rebecca King

    In this episode, registered nutritional therapist Rebecca King discusses the relationship between ADHD and nutrition. Having ADHD herself, Rebecca shares her previous struggles with food and the link between the condition and disordered eating.
    Speaking to Simon Mundie, Rebecca shares some useful and practical tips for people to plan and make sure they’re eating a healthy, balanced diet with macronutrients and food that stimulate key hormones. Listen to the podcast to dive deeper into the 10 principles of intuitive eating to learn how to listen to your body’s hunger and fullness.
     
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    Rebecca King 
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    Simon Mundie  
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    • 45 min
    "You're playing a very close approximation of yourself" - Adrian Chiles

    "You're playing a very close approximation of yourself" - Adrian Chiles

    “Pay attention to what you’re paying attention to,” says British writer and television and radio presenter Adrian Chiles.  
    In this episode, he discusses his personal ADHD journey, including how he dealt with anxiety, rejection sensitivity, and dysphoria. Adrian also addresses the challenges within the NHS regarding ADHD care whilst highlighting the importance of early diagnosis and getting the right kind of support. 
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    • 32 min
    "Using substances to self-medicate pain and turmoil inside" - Heather Hayes

    "Using substances to self-medicate pain and turmoil inside" - Heather Hayes

    Heather Hayes is an addiction specialist in the US. She shares her lived experiences of ADHD and substance addiction. A spectrum of addiction is discussed, from substances to internet use.  
    There is a major misconception that stimulant medication can lead to drug addiction. Heather delves into the truth behind this and what medication can look like for those with a history of substance abuse. 
     
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    Heather Hayes 
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    Simon Mundie  
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    • 44 min
    "I hope girls see the strengths ADHD can give them" - Jo Steer

    "I hope girls see the strengths ADHD can give them" - Jo Steer

    Girls and women with ADHD are more likely to be misunderstood and even missed completely because so many have inattentive symptoms that are difficult to spot. Jo Steer is a consultant clinical psychologist in the UK with over 19 years’ experience across children, young people, and their families as well as co-author of Helping Kids and Teens with ADHD in School.
    In this episode, Jo discusses the difficulties women and girls face in the diagnosis, treatment, and lived experiences of ADHD. While awareness of the condition is rising, there's still a long way to go in getting that recognition and understanding.  
     
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    Jo Steer 
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    Simon Mundie  
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    • 48 min
    Understanding the ADHD Landscape – Anna Brasile

    Understanding the ADHD Landscape – Anna Brasile

    Rethinking ADHD is brought to you by Qbtech, a leader in objective ADHD testing, and renowned broadcaster Simon Mundie. Simon was the lead sports presenter for BBC Radio 1 for eight years before starting his podcast in 2018 - called The Life Lessons Podcast, in which he has interviewed many of the best known athletes on the planet, as well as psychologists, philosophers and world renowned thinkers.
    In each episode of this series, Simon sits down with public figures who have been diagnosed with ADHD, including the former England international rugby player James Haskell, entrepreneur Peter Shankman, Pulitzer prize winning journalist Katherine Ellison and best-selling author KC Davis.
    This first episode features Qbtech’s own expert Anna Brasile for a deep dive into the current ADHD landscape in which she outlines a comprehensive and up-to-date perspective on this often-misunderstood neurodevelopmental condition. Anna acquired approximately seven years of clinical experience with psychological assessments for underserved populations before joining Qbtech. This background, in conjunction with a personal connection with ADHD in close family members, has fueled her passion for improving ADHD care. As you will hear, Anna’s philosophy around ADHD is that with the right recognition and support, patients can thrive.
    Whether you're a parent seeking to better understand your child's challenges, an adult navigating the complexities of ADHD, or simply curious about the latest in ADHD research and treatment, Rethinking ADHD is your go-to source for valuable insights and expert discussions.
    The Rethinking ADHD podcast is brought to you by Qbtech, a leader in objective ADHD testing, working to help patients receive quicker, accurate diagnoses and provide clinicians with the resources to make informed evaluations, together with other clinical information.
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