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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a mental health condition that can affect people of all ages. It is characterized by symptoms such as inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. ADHD can make it difficult to focus, control impulses, and stay organized. It can also lead to problems in school, work, and relationships.

If you or your child has symptoms of ADHD, it is important to seek help from a qualified mental health professional. Sophroneo provides highly customized treatment and support that can help people with ADHD learn to manage their symptoms and live happy, fulfilling lives.

Sophroneo's team of experienced professionals can help you develop a treatment plan that is right for you or your child. This plan may include medication, therapy, or a combination of both. Sophroneo can also help you connect with other resources, such as support groups and educational programs.

Call Sophroneo or make an appointment online today - 770-999-9495


How does ADHD affect people?

ADHD can cause you difficulties that affect your ability to work, study, and maintain relationships. At school, you might have grades that are below what you’re capable of achieving. If you’re working, you might fail to make much progress in your career, or have a succession of unfulfilling jobs.

Interpersonal relationships can be challenging for people who have ADHD, and that includes being parents themselves. Managing a home and other responsibilities can be overwhelming, and it’s common for people who have untreated ADHD to self medicate by turning to substance abuse.

Trying to manage ADHD without any professional treatment or support puts a psychological and physical strain on you that can be emotionally taxing and make life a constant struggle.

A professional diagnosis is essential if you suspect you or your child has ADHD because common symptoms of ADHD can also be a feature of other psychiatric disorders. These symptoms include:

  • Poor focus

  • Procrastination

  • Distractibility

  • Impulsivity

  • Poor organization


ADHD also occurs alongside other mental health disorders, particularly substance abuse, depression, and anxiety. These disorders need diagnosing and treating if ADHD therapies are to be successful.

Diagnostic testing might involve psychiatric and psychological evaluation and computer testing, such as the Quotient test. Test results aren’t sufficient on their own to confirm a diagnosis of ADHD, so you must visit Sophroneo for a professional assessment as well.


Most people with ADHD respond to medications, most typically stimulants. These drugs can be beneficial but aren’t right for everyone, and can cause side effects. If stimulant medication isn’t right for you, there are other prescription medications available.

There are also nonpharmaceutical methods of managing the symptoms of ADHD, including psychotherapies, behavior modification, social and educational support, and lifestyle changes.

To find out more about living a happy, successful life with ADHD, call Sophroneo today or book an appointment online.

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