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Live Webinar on May 24: The Unexpected Link Between Migraine Headaches and ADHD

Not available May 24? Don’t worry. Register now and we’ll send you the replay link to watch at your convenience.Lack of sleep. Increased stress.

Medication side effects. Depression and anxiety. Fear of falling behind.

You might not realize it, but if you or your children are living with ADHD, these issues could bring on or worsen headaches — and they might even worsen your ADHD. For some people, headaches might stem from undiagnosed ADHD. When headaches are frequent and debilitating, students miss school days and adults lose time at work, adding to stress.Wait, you might say.

There’s actually a connection between headaches and ADHD? Research says yes, and it might be worse for women. Help may be elusive, as physicians who treat migraine headaches might not be familiar with ADHD and the factors that can lead to or aggravate this condition. But this webinar with Dr.

Sarah Cheyette is designed to expose those connections to improve your quality of care.In this webinar, you will learn:Have a question for our expert? There will be an opportunity to post questions for the presenter during the live webinar.Sarah Cheyette, MD, is a pediatric neurologist. She graduated from Princeton University and UCLA Medical School. She is a co-author of the books, Winning with ADHD: A Playbook for Teens and Young Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (#CommissionsEarned) and ADHD & The Focused Mind: A Guide to Giving Your ADHD Child Focus, Discipline & Self-Confidence.

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