New Year- New You

If you have been diagnosed with ADD or ADHD, you won’t need us to tell you how troublesome and sometimes upsetting the condition can be. ADD/ADHD don’t just affect the sufferer either, because this is something which is much more far-reaching, affecting families, friendships, and relationships, sometimes in a negative way if understanding is minimal.

Of course, the upside is that there are many treatment options available, and much advice to take on board to help minimise the effects, and there are also many ways you can take back control, not allowing the condition to dictate your life, or that of those around you.

A fresh, shiny new year is calling, so why not make it your mission to take back control, and kick out ADD/ADHD as much as possible?

Here at Trifecta Health in Manhattan New York, under the watchful and highly skilled eye of top NYC Psychiatrist Dr Edward Fruitman, M.D., we are dedicated to helping the residents of New York City with ADD/ADHD, and we offer several different treatment options too. Whether you have tried medication and it didn’t work for you, or you have been trying TMS Therapy (transcranial magnetic stimulation), all it takes is one phone call to make an appointment and come and discuss your options with our helpful, friendly, and highly professional staff.

A New Year, a New Approach

Whilst we have talked about treatment options in a more medical or targeted way, there are many pieces of advice you can take on board to minimise the effects of ADD/ADHD too, and many of them are quite simple to implement.

We know that ADD/ADHD sufferers can find it hard to focus and be organised, and there are many small methods you can put in place to help out with that. For instance, setting alarms to remind you to do jobs, prioritising your tasks, setting small targets to meet, which will boost your confidence when you can tick items off your to-do list – these are all easy to do and highly effective.

It’s also important to take the help of those around you, including your friends, family, and partner. ADD/ADHD can affect relationships if you allow it to, so having regular fun activities, where you take the pressure off can be hugely important and beneficial. Take New Year’s Eve for instance – see it as a fun event, a new start, and use it as a catalyst to a future which is much freer from the effects of the condition. It can be done!

Where to Begin?

This might all sound like mumbo-jumbo, because we know that ADD/ADHD isn’t a walk in the park, and therefore no magic wand can be waived to make it all better, but the bottom line is that help is out there if you reach out and take it.

Make this upcoming new year event the excuse you’ve been looking for, and seek out the treatment options that Trifecta Health can give you. We are highly experienced in ADD/ADHD treatment in New York, and we know exactly what you are going through. Give us a call and let us free you from the chains you may be feeling weighed down by – just in time for a fresh new year!

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