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2. Streamline Your Environment
Have you taken a long, thorough look at your space lately? Many people with ADHD live in settings that are perfect illustrations of their symptoms.
The places you sleep, eat, study and relax might be messy, disorganized, dirty or chaotic. This only hurts your ability to focus as it helps ADHD’s ability to cause havoc. By decluttering and organizing your space, you allow yourself the ability to succeed.
Removing excess paperwork and finding appropriate storage solutions will streamline your environment. If this seems impossible or unlikely, consider bringing in a trusted support to complete the process.
Are you considering switching to a non-stimulant ADHD medication? While they take longer to work, they can have longer lasting effects. Learn more here.