At Max Psychiatry we provide comprehensive treatment of ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) to adolescents and Adult residents of Cary, Raleigh, Durham , Apex, Wake forest area in North Carolina. ADHD is a chronic condition marked by persistent inattention, hyperactivity, and sometimes impulsivity. It begins in childhood and often lasts into adulthood. As many as 2 out of every 3 children with ADHD continue to have symptoms as adults. Our team of experts offer a range of treatment options to help clients manage their ADHD symptoms.
What are the common Symptoms of ADHD ?
Symptoms of ADHD can differ from person to person, but there are three basic types of ADHD. Each one is identified by the symptoms of hyperactivity, impulsivity, and inattention. When the main symptoms are inattention, distraction, and disorganization, the type is usually called primarily inattentive. The symptoms of hyperactivity and possibly impulsiveness appear to diminish with age but are seen in the primarily hyperactive/impulsive type. The third type has some symptoms from each of the other two and is called the combined type. Patients with ADHD or ADD often have trouble functioning at home and in school and can have difficulty making and keeping friends. If left untreated, ADHD may interfere with school and work, as well as with social and emotional development. Patients with ADHD may have:
Difficulty paying attention
Being easily bored
Difficulty completing projects
Difficulty learning something new
Being easily distracted and forgetful
Not listening when someone is speaking
Frequent squirming or fidgeting
Needing to be in constant motion
Difficulty participating in quiet activities
Blurting out inappropriate words or comments
Difficulty controlling emotions
Interrupting other conversations frequently
With age symptoms of ADHD may reduce, however it is extremely unlikely for it to completely go away. There are strategies which help clients manage their ADHD symptoms and pretty much live normal lives.
How does Max Psychiatry diagnose and treat ADHD ?
Unlike many medical conditions, ADHD cannot be diagnosed by drawing blood or ordering an MRI. Instead, healthcare professionals rely on symptoms reported by the patient or specific kinds of cognitive testing to assess brain function. There are neuropsychological tests that can provide precise information on brain functioning and attention problems.
Often patients with ADHD benefit from a combination of medication management and psychotherapy. A combined treatment approach allows the patient to develop necessary focus and concentration, as well as, lifelong coping skills to manage ongoing symptoms. Through therapy, a patient is taught to recognize the hyperactive and inattentive behavioral patterns. Once those behaviors are noticed, our psychiatrist or therapist can work with the patient to help him or her develop practical skills to reduce the impact of ADHD symptoms
What will it cost me ?
At Max psychiatry, our team is well-versed in managing ADHD and has helped hundreds of clients in Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Apex, Morrisville, Chapel Hill, Wake forest areas of NC. We accept most of the major health insurances such as Aetna, Cigna, Medicare, BCBS, United, Humana, Multiplan etc. Click here for the full list of insurances, we accept. Please call our office at 919-386-0402 or email us at email@example.com to ask about your out-of-pocket cost.
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