How To Know Whether It's ADHD, Anxiety, Or A Little Of Each
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Anxiety co-exists with ADHD frequently. In fact, anxiety is one of the most common co-existing conditions with ADHD--occurring in up to 40% of individuals diagnosed with ADHD. What do we mean by ADHD? Let's start with a medical definition... . . . (to read the remainder of this article, please log in below.)
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