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Seventy-five percent of people with ADHD are considered to be chronic procrastinators. Here’s how to manage it.
Recent research, which is considered “the most recent and rigorous [research] in the field to date,” shows a relation between procrastination and “executive functioning” among those with and without attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Executive functioning is basically your ability to analyze, plan, organize, schedule, and complete tasks at all — or on deadline.
This study came back with 3 major takeaways:
So what does this mean for you or your loved one?
All of this can not only improve academic performance but can also build up an ADHD student’s confidence. Dr. Domenick Sportelli shares HIS strategies for ADHD management in our original series, Navigating the Ambiguity of ADHD.
I’m Kyle Kittleson, and remember - whatever you’re going through - you got this.
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