Firstly, there is a strong genetic component to ADHD so if son is ADHD, there is a very strong possibility that you or your wife are ADHD too. From what you describe above, it may well be you. Take this as an 'aha' moment and nothing more. If you are searching for a formal diagnosis, please consult a psychlogist.
Making changes to your stress levels is vital - ADHD or not - and I wish you every success with your new venture. As I understand Serdep is not used to treat the concentration side of ADHD but may be used for stabilising mood which can be erratic with ADHD. Whether this is the best treatment going forward would depend on which symptoms are most in need of addressing.
Since medication does not seem to be your preferred method of treatment, have you considered the same/similar treatment your son is currently receiving?
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