Lifting the Fog by Michael Carr
A specific guide to inattentive ADHD in adults

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These days there are many books about ADHD, but there is little specific information for the layperson on ADHD Inattentive Type. Lifting the Fog provides specific information on inattentive ADHD and practical tips and treatment options for adults dealing with this often overlooked form of the disorder.

Although inattentive ADHD has now been recognised by the mental health community as a disorder which affects many children and adults, it's still difficult to find specific, targeted information about inattentive ADHD. There are many differences between inattentive ADHD and the hyperactive/impulsive form of ADHD, and much of the generic information about "ADHD" isn't particularly helpful for those with the inattentive form of ADHD. Adults with inattentive ADHD are neither impulsive or hyperactive, but often have greater problems with issues such as absent mindedness, sluggish thinking and lack of confidence.

Lifting the Fog isn't just another book on ADHD, it provides specific information about how inattentive ADHD affects adults and how it differs from other forms of ADHD. This concise booklet also includes useful information on the different treatment options available and provides a range of practical tips for helping manage the negative effects of inattentive ADHD (approximately 11, 900 words).

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Published March 7, 2012 by Michael Carr. 43 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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