ADHD Treatments Directory
ADHD treatment can include both drugs and nondrug options. People with ADHD have seen improvement in their symptoms when using both stimulant drugs and nonstimulants, although they might need to try different drugs and combinations before finding what works best. Nondrug treatments include behavioral therapy, changes in diet, occupational therapy, and neurofeedback. Often, the most effective treatment regimen is one that includes both drugs and nondrug options.
ADHD Questions for Your Doctor
If you or your child has been diagnosed with ADHD, you may want to print out these questions to take to your next doctor's appointment.
Warning Signs of ADHD Self-Medication and What to Do
Self-medicating your ADHD with drugs, alcohol, caffeine, and even exercise can make your condition worse. Here’s how to stop and how to get help.
Vyvanse or Adderall: Which ADHD Treatment Is Right for You?
Find out how these stimulants used to treat ADHD are different and how they work in your body.
Adderall Withdrawal: What You Should Know
Ready to quit Adderall but concerned about withdrawal? Learn more about the symptoms and treatment of Adderall withdrawal.
Can You Treat ADHD Without Drugs?
For most families, an ADHD diagnosis means a long trek through the world of pharmaceuticals. But the most successful treatment combines both meds and learning to manage behavior.
Alcohol and ADHD Medication
Can you have alcohol when you're on ADHD medications?
What's the Right ADHD Medication for Your Child?
Figuring out the right ADHD medicine for your child is a process. WebMD tells you which drugs do what - including their side effects.
Treating Adult ADHD
WebMD talks to experts about treatment for adult ADHD.