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Luxury, Private ADD Treatment

Our Private ADD Treatment Focuses on Treating the Whole Person

Imagine trying to focus on a task, but your mind keeps wandering off to a million other things. Or trying to complete an assignment, but you keep getting distracted by your phone or thoughts. This is what it’s like for someone with Attention Deficit Disorder or ADD.

ADD is like having a mental traffic jam. You know where you want to go, but you need help getting there because of all the distractions and roadblocks along the way.

People with ADD need help staying organised, managing time, and following through on tasks. It’s not because they don’t want to; their brain is wired differently.

But here’s the thing, having ADD doesn’t mean you can’t be successful. Many people with ADD have gone on to achieve great things in their lives, from entrepreneurs to athletes to artists. It’s all about finding strategies and tools for you, whether that’s medication, therapy, or simply making lifestyle changes.

So, if you or someone you know has ADD, don’t give up hope. With the proper support and resources, overcoming challenges and leading a fulfilling life are possible.

Our dedicated team will help and guide you through the entire process from start to finish, in the comfort and anonymity of our discreet rehabilitation facilities in Mayfair, Central London.

 

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Bespoke, Private ADD Treatment at Addcounsel in London

ADD Treatment

It’s important to remember that there is no cure for ADD because it isn’t an illness. However, several effective treatments can help individuals manage their symptoms. At Addcounsel we will create a highly individualised treatment program to help you manage your ADD. We may use treatments such as medication, therapy, and lifestyle modifications.

Medication

Medication is the most common form of treatment for ADD. Stimulant medications, such as Ritalin and Adderall, are the most prescribed medications for ADD. These medications work by increasing dopamine and norepinephrine levels in the brain, which can help improve focus, attention, and impulse control.

While stimulant

medications can be highly effective in managing ADD symptoms, they can also have side effects. Common side effects of stimulant medications include appetite suppression, insomnia, and headaches. Additionally, you may experience more severe side effects, such as heart palpitations or mood changes. It is essential for you to work closely with our medical team to monitor your symptoms and side effects.

Non-stimulant medications, such as Strattera, may also be prescribed if you’re diagnosed with ADD. These medications work by increasing levels of norepinephrine in the brain, which can improve attention and impulse control. Non-stimulant medications may be a good option if you cannot tolerate stimulant medications or have a history of substance abuse.

Therapy

Therapy can also be an effective treatment for ADD. Cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) is a type of therapy that is often used to treat ADD. CBT focuses on helping you identify negative patterns of thinking and behaviour and replace them with more positive ones. CBT can help people with ADD develop strategies for managing their symptoms, such as time management techniques and organisational skills.

Other types of therapy, such as family and interpersonal therapy, may also be helpful for individuals with ADD. These types of treatment can help you improve your relationships and communication skills, which can be especially important for adults with ADD.

The team at Addcounsel will work with you and your loved ones to develop useful strategies to manage the condition and lead a successful and fulfilling life.

Lifestyle Modifications

In addition to medication and therapy, lifestyle modifications can help manage ADD symptoms and exercise, healthy eating, and getting enough sleep are all critical. Exercise has been shown to improve focus and attention, while a healthy diet can help improve mood and energy levels. Getting enough sleep is also essential, as lack of sleep can exacerbate ADD symptoms.

If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with ADD, creating a structured routine is very helpful. This may include setting aside specific times for work or study, creating a daily schedule, and using a planner or calendar to stay organised.

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Private, Bespoke ADD Treatment Tailored to You

While ADD is often associated with children, it can also affect adults. If you have been diagnosed with Adult ADD, managing symptoms may be problematic balancing work, family, and other responsibilities. However, there are effective treatments available for you.

The important thing to remember is that you are not alone. If you or someone you love is struggling with ADD, contact our team today and talk to our clinical team.

ADD treatment at Addcounsel takes place in an intimate, one-to-one setting at our bespoke, private, and luxury mental health clinic in Mayfair, London – no groups, no other patients. Your comfort, safety and privacy are our priority.

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Whether you’re worried about yourself or a loved one, our team would like to answer any questions you may have about treatment. Call our care team today to find out more about our treatment modalities and have all your questions answered