Dear Concerned Mother,
ADHD is not something you can outgrow which means if he was correctly diagnosed at age 9 years, he still has ADHD.
It is very likely for adults with ADHD to develop depression and some anti-social behaviours; it is very important for him to seek help.
Although FAMSA is a wonderful start, I do recommend he see a neurologist, psychiatrist or psychologist who can help him manage his ADHD better. (If he does not want to try the medication again, I suggest seeing a psychologist).
He should also ensure he follows a high protein, low carb diet, avoids stimulants such as coffee, takes Omega 3-6-9 daily and gets plenty of exercise.
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