Help Guide reports on the various treatments that are effective for people living with adult ADD/ADHD. Medication is the most widely recognizable form of treatment for ADD/ADHD, but it does not work for everyone and is much more effective when combined with other treatments. Although medication can greatly improve attention and concentration, it does very little to help with symptoms of disorganization, poor time management, forgetfulness, and procrastination. Traditional talk therapy, marriage and family therapy, and cognitive-behavioral therapy have been shown to be effective in treating the emotional needs of people with ADD/ADHD. People with ADD/ADHD can participate in regular exercise, relaxation techniques such as yoga or meditation, eating right, and conforming to a regular sleep schedule in order to help improve their symptoms. To read this article in its entirety, click here.