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AD(H)S und Allergie - gibt es einen Zusammenhang? | ADHS Deutschland e. V.
AD(H)S und Allergie - gibt es einen Zusammenhang? | ADHS Deutschland e. V.
Das Bindeglied zwischen AD(H)S und Allergie ist der Stress, der das Abwehrsystem schwächt, weshalb es bei AD(H)S viel zeitiger, häufiger und stärker zu allergischen Erkrankungen kommt.
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Wobei die Allergiehäufigkeit beim ADS ohne Hyperaktivität noch höher zu sein scheint, leider wird dieser Subtyp noch viel zu selten diagnostiziert. Gerade Kinder, Jugendliche und junge Erwachsene mit einem ADS ohne Hyperaktivität leiden psychisch mehr, da sie nicht wie die Hyperaktiven ihren Frust nach außen hin abreagieren, sondern nach innen gekehrt, introvertiert reagieren.
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AD(H)S und Allergie - gibt es einen Zusammenhang? | ADHS Deutschland e. V.
Reviewing Papers with ADHD
Reviewing Papers with ADHD
I am so glad that I finally have a blog again. Now I can finally give the chaos in my mind free reign, by which I mean write six thousand ideas for my blog posts in a single Google task that I keep…
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Reviewing Papers with ADHD
“You Write Better Than You Talk": What Does Autism Have to Do with Conversation and Emotional Expression?: Articles: Indiana Resource Center for Autism: Indiana University Bloomington
“You Write Better Than You Talk": What Does Autism Have to Do with Conversation and Emotional Expression?: Articles: Indiana Resource Center for Autism: Indiana University Bloomington
“You Write Better Than You Talk": What Does Autism Have to Do with Conversation and Emotional Expression?
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“You Write Better Than You Talk": What Does Autism Have to Do with Conversation and Emotional Expression?: Articles: Indiana Resource Center for Autism: Indiana University Bloomington
Neurodiverse or Neurodivergent? It’s more than just grammar
Neurodiverse or Neurodivergent? It’s more than just grammar
The language of neurodiversity has now been with us for some time. Judy Singer coined the word “neurodiversity” more than two decades ago, and Kassiane Asasumasu (formerly Kassiane Sibley) gave us the term “neurodivergent”º. However, the language of neurodiversity is still not being used in a standard way, neither in the community, nor in practice,…
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Neurodiverse or Neurodivergent? It’s more than just grammar
New Insights Into Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria
New Insights Into Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria
Rejection sensitive dysphoria is one manifestation of emotional dysregulation, a common but misunderstood and under-researched symptom of ADHD in adults. Individuals with RSD feel “unbearable” pain as a result of perceived or actual rejection, teasing, or criticism that is not alleviated with cognitive or dialectical behavior therapy.
·additudemag.com·
New Insights Into Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria
How ADHD Ignites Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria
How ADHD Ignites Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria
For people with ADHD or ADD, rejection sensitive dysphoria can mean extreme emotional sensitivity and emotional pain — and it may imitate mood disorders with suicidal ideation and manifest as instantaneous rage at the person responsible for causing the pain. Learn more about ways to manage RSD here.
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How ADHD Ignites Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria