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Our expert team of doctors and pharmacists receive many questions about ADHD. Many of these questions are from individuals seeking information about ADHD treatment, as well as dietary and lifestyle changes thay can make to improve their ADHD symptoms. The following questions deal with ADHD treatments, lifestyle changes, and dietary advice. Click on the questions below to see the answers.
Is there a certain test to diagnosis adult ADHD?
 
I've heard that marijuana can help with adult ADHD symptoms. Is it worth trying?
 
I am 51 years old. Am I too old to be diagnosed and treated for ADHD?
 
Are there any trusted organizations that I can visit online to read about adult ADHD?
 
Can my employer fire me because I have adult ADHD?
 
What kind of doctor should I see to be diagnosed with adult ADHD?
 
Can an adult not be hyperactive yet still have adult ADHD?
 
My son was diagnosed with ADHD. Is it possible he inherited it from my husband or me?
 
I've been diagnosed with adult ADHD, but I don't like taking prescription drugs. Can I try natural treatments instead?
Is testing for ADHD limited to children only?
 
Will I always need to take medication for my adult ADHD?
 
Should I see an ADHD specialist to be diagnosed, or can I go to my regular doctor?
 
I think I might have adult ADHD. How is adult ADHD diagnosed?
 
How do I know I have adult ADHD and not something else? 
 
I have adult ADHD. A friend of mine has adult ADD. What is the difference between adult ADD and adult ADHD?
 
If you have ADHD and another diagnosis, can you treat both conditions at the same time? 
 
I prefer natural remedies. Are there alternative medicines for adult ADHD?
 
Are ADHD medications safe for adults?
 
Are stimulants the only way to treat adult ADHD? What if I can't or don't want to take a stimulant?
 
 
I'm taking a stimulant for my adult ADHD. It's working great, but I'm concerned about the long-term effects of stimulants. Is it safe for adults to take stimulants on a long-term basis?
 
I hear a lot about food triggers and special diets for ADHD in kids. Are there food triggers for adult ADHD?
Could my adult ADHD symptoms be caused by food dyes or pesticides?
 
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