You see - last year I experienced one of the hardest years in business that almost broke me.
This is where they crept back into my life... and that's not ok.
But I love the f*ck out myself and if I've learned one thing, it's that shame gets you NOWHERE.
In fact, 50% of people who get diagnosed with ADHD have also been diagnosed with some type of anxiety disorder.
This is not discussed enough, and the two go hand in hand.
Doctors sometimes try to treat one at a time, with dangerous prescription meds like Adderall and Xanax. However, by treating these individually and not diving into the root cause, you are only exacerbating your symptoms.
Over the course of the past few years, top researchers in the field of neuroscience and psychology have discovered a disorder known as DFAD. Ultimately, this is a function of the following phenomena:
First, a person is easily distracted due to ADHD-like symptoms.
Next, they have a long list of things they try and do, getting none of it done, leading to a sense of short-term anxiety.
The short-term anxiety leads to more frazzled, chaotic thoughts, causing the ADHD symptoms to get worse and worse.
As a result, the to-do list gets even longer and longer and longer, and the person is then getting more and more anxious over time.
Eventually, this leads to chronic, low-grade anxiety that actually physically affects the brain.
The brain is then working against you, and you are left in a frenzied, anxious, and distracted state all the time. This can go on for years until it becomes a forever condition that someone lives with.
It became my life mission to be able to help people get out of this cycle NOW.
So, I consulted with neuroscientists and spent over 1,000 hours doing my own research.
And I discovered a hopeful fix for improved cognitive function and increased focus: