ADHD Menopause and Overwhelm | ADHD Menopause and Me

ADHD, Menopause and Overwhelm

19th February 2024

Overwhelm in adults is a common experience characterised by a feeling of being overloaded, unable to cope, and struggling to manage demands. It can manifest in various ways, both mentally and physically, impacting your well-being and daily life.

Adults with ADHD and/or women during menopause can find these symptoms particularly prevalent and debilitating.

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5 Surprising Menopause Symptoms

11th February 2024

Among the 34 known menopause symptoms, five surprising ones include electric shocks, burning mouth syndrome, itchy skin, cold flushes, and dry eyes. These symptoms can be unsettling but are usually non-threatening. They stem from hormonal changes affecting nerve functions, skin hydration, blood vessel constriction, and tear production. Managing these symptoms can involve lifestyle adjustments and seeking medical advice.

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Is Menopause Making My ADHD Worse?

28th January 2024

Juggling deadlines, keeping track of schedules, and remembering tasks – for some women with ADHD, it’s already a daily juggling act. Then menopause hits, ushering in a wave of hormonal changes that seem to scramble everything further. The question becomes a desperate whisper: am I losing it, or is this just menopause making my ADHD […]

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