The COVID 19 pandemic makes things worse for patients with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Anxiety and fear are everywhere.
From health concerns to job losses and the stress of working remotely, ADHD patients bear the brunt of uncertainties, anxieties, and isolation. Worst of all, it’s harder to access help and support at the moment. So, what are the options?
- Add structure to your life
- Practice mindfulness
- Workout regularly
- Find help online
There are countless ways to get back in control of your life, pandemic or not. Nonetheless, getting started might not be easy. There is too much isolation now, and support systems are broken. There is a high risk of smaller symptoms growing overnight into additional and crippling mental problems.
Talk to an expert online or on mobile wherever you are. At ACT Teletherapy, we provide counseling services via chat, text, and video. Together, we can find ways for you to live a calm, joyful, and hopeful life. Call us at 833 928 1430.