Studies show that exercise can be just as effective as stimulant medications for treating ADHD. Exercise triggers the brain to release dopamine and serotonin, which improves mood, reduces stress and anxiety, enhances working memory, executive function, impulse control, learning and memory.
However, for women with ADHD sticking to an exercise routine can be challenging, especially when it feels like a struggle just to get through the day.
So what’s a girl to do? CLICK HERE to read on for 7 tips from my interview with Kaleidoscope Society.