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Treatment for ADHD

Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common mental health condition that affects an estimated 8.4% of children and 2.5% of adults. The team at Solrei Behavioral Health specializes in diagnosing and treating ADHD in adolescents, and adults at Solrei Behavioral Health in Windermere, Florida. We also treat behavioral disorders like oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), which is commonly a comorbidity associated with ADHD. If you think you or your child may have ADHD, you don’t have to continue struggling to get through daily responsibilities alone. Call the office today or request an appointment online. Telehealth visits are available.

What is ADHD?

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a prevalent condition among children and adults, to the point where it affects millions of people. The signs of ADHD manifest differently in each individual, but can include difficulty in focusing, increased levels of distractibility, hyperactivity and restlessness. It’s important to note that these signs aren’t solely present in youth; many adults continue to live with ADHD into their adulthood and may experience similar issues as they did growing up. Thankfully there are treatments available which can help those suffering from ADHD develop healthy strategies for managing their condition so that they can still maximize their productivity and enjoy life as much as possible.


According to National Institute of Mental Health, the lifetime prevalence of adolescents with ADHD is 8.7%.

Symptoms range from inattention to hyperactivity and impulsivity and may include:


  • Difficulty paying attention to details

  • Having trouble staying focused

  • Appear not to listen, even when spoken to directly

  • Struggle with organizing tasks and activities

  • Often fidgety or finding it difficult to be still

  • Talk too much

  • Blurt out answers, interrupting the questioner

What are some symptoms of ADHD?

  • Hyperactivity and impulsiveness

  • being unable to sit still, especially in calm or quiet surroundings.

  • constantly fidgeting.

  • being unable to concentrate on tasks.

  • excessive physical movement.

  • excessive talking.

  • being unable to wait their turn.

  • acting without thinking.

  • interrupting conversations.

How do you treat ADHD?

Standard treatments for ADHD in children include medications, behavior therapy, counseling and education services. These treatments can relieve many of the symptoms of ADHD , but they don't cure it. Stimulants are the best-known and most widely used ADHD medications. Between 70-80% of children with ADHD have fewer ADHD symptoms when taking these fast-acting medications

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Our Services

We all have unique needs and and at times need help. Solrei Behavioral Health focuses on creating individualized treatment plans in order to improve mental health. Our compassionate care guarantees comprehensive support. Learn more about some of our most common services.

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