If you have been diagnosed with ADHD, believe you might have it, or you are researching for a loved one with ADHD, you may be trying to educate yourself on the condition. It can be confusing to navigate the many symptoms and treatments associated with the three known subtypes of ADHD; hyperactive, inattentive, and combined.
At Augmentive, we aim to provide holistic, tailored mental health support to everyone so they can live their life to the fullest, so if you have questions about combined ty
People with ADHD find many different ways to manage their symptoms, and one of those strategies is known as ADHD masking. If you have heard of this concept, you may be wondering if you yourself engage in ADHD masking behaviours, and why this can be damaging. At Augmentive, we aim to provide holistic, tailored mental health support to everyone so they can live their life to the fullest, so if you have questions about ADHD masking, we can help.
Here, we are taking a closer look at what ADHD mask
If you suspect you might have symptoms of ADHD, you may be researching the different pathways you could take to reach a diagnosis and treatment. In the UK, this isn’t always a simple route, so it is important to understand the condition, its symptoms, how you may be diagnosed in this country, and how to access treatment – whether through the NHS or a private service.
Here, we will provide an overview of how to find the ADHD treatment you need with a specialist psychiatrist or other professional
If you have been diagnosed with a mental health condition (or believe you may have one) it can be extremely helpful to hear about others who live with the same condition and manage it day to day.
If you live with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), learning of others who struggle with the same thought processes and compulsions as you can be a huge confidence booster. Many people with OCD have very specific obsessions and compulsions, so even if you don’t hear from someone with exactly the same
If you live with the symptoms of ADHD, or have a loved one who does, you may be curious about the different treatment options available for this condition. From therapy interventions to medications, there are a number of ways to manage the symptoms of ADHD.
Here, we are putting a medication called Elvanse® under the microscope to discover what it is, how it works, how it can help people with ADHD, when and how it is prescribed, and more.
At Augmentive, we aim to provide holistic, tailored me
Depression can be an upsetting and debilitating condition to live with, and if it is work-induced it can be extremely difficult to manage when the source of the depression is somewhere we must visit every day. The average hours spent working (by full-time UK employees) is 36.4 hours a week, so it is important to feel content when at work.
Here, we are looking at the causes of depression at work, how it relates to burnout and stress, whether working from home can help or make things worse, what