Updated 03 June 2015

Action point


Make time every week for structured “time-out” sessions. During this time, do something you enjoy, whether it be gardening, listening to music full blast or watching sport.

Dedicate this time to something that you don’t normally have the opportunity to do. This will give you an opportunity to clear your thoughts.

Head on over to our ADHD Centre for more on managing the condition.


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