Harvard Medical School: Non-drug Treatments for Adult ADHD

Some doctors are hesitant to prescribe ADHD medications to adults, especially older adults, who have a greater risk of drug interactions. If you are having trouble with everyday functioning because of ADHD, then trying drug treatment makes sense. If the impact of ADHD is minor and you’ve figured out coping strategies without a formal diagnosis and treatment plan, your doctor may instead advise treatments that don’t involve medications.

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