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You may opt out at any time. Terms of Use and Privacy Policy . WEBINAR WITH JESSICA MCCABERegister for ADDitude’s free webinar on February 13 with Jessica McCabe titled, “How to ADHD: An Insider’s Guide to Working with Your ADHD Brain (Not Against It!)”ADHD brains have lower-than-average levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter that regulates the body’s pleasure and reward systems.

As a result, dopamine-increasing behaviors are even more gratifying to ADHD brains. However, many of our go-to behaviors (e.g., grabbing our phones for a ‘quick’ doom scroll, eating a cookie, playing a video game, etc.) aren’t always helpful.“Unfortunately, the quick and easy sources of dopamine we tend to turn to often aren’t enough to satisfy that need.

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