Online ADHD treatment backed by science
If you think you have adult ADHD, you aren’t alone. As many as 4.4% of adults have ADHD, and this doesn’t account for people with undiagnosed ADHD.
Stimulant medications like Adderall are the most effective treatment for managing adult ADHD. Klarity connects people with local medical providers who can diagnose and prescribe ADHD medication online.
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ADHD is most noticeable in children. Adult ADHD symptoms are more subtle.
ADHD manifests differently in adults than in children. Adults are less likely to exhibit many hyper-active symptoms of ADHD, but still exhibit inattentiveness and risky decision making.
The consequences of impulsive behaviors and risky decisions are more severe for adults.
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This brief survey will help you evaluate your symptoms and better understand if online ADHD treatments like Adderall are right for you.
Do You Have Adult ADHD?
Having trouble with impulse control? Making risky decisions? Do you feel unable to focus, get organized, and get things done?
These are symptoms of ADHD.
If these problems are negatively impacting your day-to-day life, then you might consider getting tested for ADHD.
ADHD can manifest differently in adults than in children. If you are currently experiencing any of the symptoms below, talk to a psychiatric expert on Klarity today.
Board-certified providers specialized in ADHD
Healthcare providers on Klarity have an average of 10+ years of experience in providing ADHD treatments like Adderall.
Getting started with online ADHD treatment is easy
Managing ADHD as an adult is difficult. There are bills to pay, appointments to keep, and responsibilities that require focus and attention. Klarity connects you with medical providers who can help you develop a personalized treatment plan.
ADHD symptoms are best managed through CNS stimulants like Adderall. If your medical provider determines that Adderall is right for you, they’ll send a prescription to your local pharmacy for you to pick up at your convenience.
Here is what the process looks like:
Attend initial online visit
Book an online appointment to be connected with a licensed and certified medical professional. All appointments are 100% remote, private, and judgment-free.
Discuss evaluation & treatment plan
Once you’ve been matched with a medical professional, they’ll evaluate your symptoms, provide a diagnosis, and collaborate with you to build a custom treatment plan.
Receive your first treatment
If your treatment plan includes prescription medication, Klarity will send it to your local pharmacy the same day it’s prescribed. You may apply your insurance to the cost of the medication.
Refills & follow-ups
After your initial visit and evaluation, you and your provider will meet regularly to track your progress and adjust your treatment as needed. If the medication is working for you with few side effects, you may qualify for direct prescription refills sent to your pharmacy each month.
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Frequently asked questions
No. ADHD isn’t a condition that can be cured—it’s a neurotype characterized by a complex set of characteristics, abilities, and difficulties. Though many resources for ADHD focus on the challenges and pain points, those with this neurotype also have the capacity for intense curiosity, creativity, social intelligence, and empathy.
Meanwhile, the challenging characteristics of ADHD—such as inattention and executive dysfunction—can be managed with the right medication.
Healthcare providers use the 9 main characteristics of ADHD listed in the DSM-5 to make a diagnosis. Children 16 and under must exhibit 6 of the 9 listed characteristics, and adolescents and adults 17 and older must exhibit 5 characteristics.
ADHD is a neurotype, which means individuals with it are born having it. If you’re an adult who’s recently been diagnosed with ADHD, you’ve likely always had it. It doesn’t present exactly the same in everyone, so if you experienced more internal symptoms than external you may not have been tested in childhood.
Get better today. Discuss your symptoms with an expert who can help.
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