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Is Complete ADHD Recovery Possible?

Can ADHD be cured
Written by:

Rabia Khaliq

MSc in Applied Psychology

Umar Javed



There are various methods for treating attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. It all starts with identifying the aspects of one’s life that are most negatively impacted by ADHD. Then, seeking therapy or medications for those issues might be beneficial for adults with the disorder. Without treatment, ADHD can make it difficult to function normally in different spheres of life. But can ADHD be cured?

ADHD cannot be completely cured or prevented. Adults with this disorder can only manage their symptoms, though, if they are diagnosed early and have a strong treatment plan with proper education on the condition. For information on the most effective ADHD treatment options for adults, read the article.

Our ADHD experts at MEDvidi can help you determine the best treatment plan based on your symptoms.

ADHD Symptoms

ADHD symptoms can be divided into two behavioral categories (although not always, many people with ADHD have issues that fit both of them):

These ADHD symptoms categories include:



  • Difficulty focusing on the details

  • Difficulty comprehending or implementing instructions

  • Organizational issues 

  • Avoiding tasks that need persistent mental effort

  • Regularly losing items

  • Squirming or fidgeting

  • Difficulty remaining seated

  • A lot of talking

  • Sputtering out responses before fully understanding the question

  • Difficulty waiting turns 

ADHD Diagnosis

Before discussing the efficacy of certain treatments, it is important to note the significance of the proper diagnosis of ADHD. Many adults with ADHD do not receive a diagnosis until later in life. However, you can go through an ADHD evaluation at any age because the condition is lifelong.

ADHD can be diagnosed by psychiatrists, psychologists, and other medical and mental health specialists with the necessary skills. They use the DSM-5 guidelines and other ADHD tests for adults.

Can ADHD Go Away?

ADHD is a progressive disease, and medication and behavioral therapy are frequently effective ways to control symptoms. As a person ages, ADHD symptoms may become milder, but the illness does not disappear, yet many adults can successfully manage it. Adults with ADHD who have received treatment have symptom-free lives and perform at their highest level.

Approaching ADHD as an ongoing issue where you can control symptoms rather than as a disease to be cured is the most beneficial strategy. In recent years, there have been substantial improvements in treating ADHD. It is believed that further research will lead to the creation of even more potent treatments.

For proper treatment, consult a professional at MEDvidi clinic to get mental health evaluation.

Treatment for ADHD Adults

There is no one-size-fits-all treatment for ADHD. You could discover that different intensities and types of treatment are most effective for your symptoms. The best strategy involves a mix of medication, behavioral counseling, and diet and lifestyle adjustments.

Following ADHD treatment options are typically used for adults.


ADHD medications can help you control your urges and focus more clearly. Some people with ADHD take medication every day, while others only do so on the days when they must focus intensely on a particular job. Adults with ADHD can be treated with both stimulant and non-stimulant drugs. Several examples are provided below.



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Treatment for ADHD adults


The greatest way for individuals with ADHD to handle life stressors and acquire behavioral skills for symptom management is through regular counseling. By altering your thoughts and behaviors, psychotherapy or talk therapy can assist you in managing your challenges.

The therapist would help you adjust your feelings towards circumstances, which might then impact your behavior. For those with additional co-occurring illnesses, including anxiety and depression, these therapies are very helpful.

The following are the therapies most frequently used to treat ADHD:

Social Skills Training

Adults with ADHD who receive social skills training are less impulsive, have more control over their anger and exhibit more socially acceptable behavior. Training is a crucial component of ADHD management. Small groups or one-on-one sessions are also suitable settings for developing these skills.

Training in social skills has definite processes and goals:

  • Talking while paying attention
  • Embracing novel group dynamics
  • Praising and criticizing in an acceptable way
  • Managing frustration

Lifestyle Changes

Some ADHD patients find relief from alternative forms of treatment, such as avoiding specific foods and taking supplements. However, there isn’t much proof that they work, so you shouldn’t try them without medical advice. A balanced diet should be followed by those who have ADHD.

Omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acid supplements may also be helpful for those with ADHD, though the evidence for this is quite weak. Therefore, it is advised to speak with a physician before using any supplements, as some can react with medications in unpredictable ways or reduce their effectiveness.

So, Is There a Cure for ADHD?

Although ADHD is a progressive disease, numerous treatments can help you manage your symptoms and lead a successful life. ADHD treatment for adults can be tailored to your particular needs. Holistic (a multimodal strategy) or any other single technique that best addresses your symptoms can be used as the mode of treatment. Contact MEDvidi today to get your symptoms examined, get a diagnosis, and a personalized ADHD treatment plan.

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Written by:

Rabia Khaliq

MSc in Applied Psychology

Umar Javed



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