Understanding ADHD -- the Symptoms
Learn more about the symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) from the experts at WebMD.
Understanding ADHD -- the Basics
Get the basics on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) from the experts at WebMD.
Parenting a Child With ADHD
WebMD offers tips for parenting a child who has ADHD.
Adult ADHD and Exercise
WebMD explains how getting regular exercise can help adults with ADHD improve their symptoms.
ADHD Online Community
In WebMD’s online community, you can check out the ADHD blog from WebMD’s ADHD expert, ask our expert questions on the message board, and chat with others living with ADHD.
Can You Prevent ADHD?
Find out how good prenatal and medical care can help you reduce the chances of ADHD. Discover the importance of a balanced diet, good parenting skills, and early childhood learning to help kids focus in school.
ADHD and Sleep Disorders
WebMD explores the relationship between ADHD and sleep disorders. Find out about snoring, sleep apnea, and restless legs syndrome, and how ADHD medications can cause sleep problems.
Food Dye and ADHD
WebMD explores the relationship between food dye and ADHD symptoms. Find out about food coloring and hyperactivity, how diet influences ADHD symptoms, and what steps to take if you suspect an association between food dye and ADHD.
ADHD: Taking Care of Yourself When Your Child Has ADHD - Topic Overview
The child who is being evaluated for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may be evaluated for other disorders associated with the condition,such as learning or behavior disorders. The child may be asked questions (verbal tests) or may be given written tests to evaluate his or her intellectual abilities. The most common tests for intellectual abilities in children are: ...
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) - Topic Overview
If you are an adult who has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD),you will most likely see an improvement in your symptoms when you take medicine for the condition. Behavioral interventions are not meant to treat inattention,overactivity,or impulsivity. But they can help you be more organized and have healthy interpersonal relationships. The following are some suggestions: Get ...