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can meditation help adhd?

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First asked   Aug 9, 2022,
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Feb 15, 2023

Yes, meditation can be a helpful tool for managing ADHD symptoms. By practicing mindfulness meditation, individuals with ADHD can learn to develop greater awareness of their thoughts, emotions, and bodily sensations, and cultivate better focus, attention, and self-regulation skills.

Meditation can help to train the brain to become less distracted and more focused. By practicing meditation regularly, individuals with ADHD can improve their ability to concentrate, control impulsivity, and manage their emotions.

Research has shown that regular meditation practice can lead to improvements in working memory, cognitive control, and overall executive function in individuals with ADHD. Meditation can also help to reduce stress and anxiety, which are common co-occurring conditions in people with ADHD.

It's important to note that while meditation can be helpful for managing ADHD symptoms, it is not a substitute for professional treatment. If you are struggling with ADHD, it's important to seek guidance and support from a mental health provider who can provide you with individualized treatment and support.

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