Month: April 2021

Last year, when Lauren Parkes — a Toronto resident with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) — was faced with COVID-19 restrictions and lockdowns, her symptoms were aggravated. She lost awareness of time and she struggled with impulsive and disordered eating. Read more: ADHD in adults can be life-threatening when left untreated: experts When she applied
0 Comments
I know what you’re feelingーpressure and frustration. I also know that you’re having trouble sleeping at night, not because you took an afternoon nap, but because you have a lot of thoughts coming in, and you have to go process these thoughts and arrange them like books on your bookshelf. By the time you wake
0 Comments