ADHD is one of the most common neurological disorders in the world, yet a staggering 75 percent of girls and women remain undiagnosed. Symptoms look different in women (it looks like anxiety, depression and issues with working memory, sleep, energy, and concentration), so many ADHD women are left to navigate a society that fails to understand their struggles and gifts.
Enter certified ADHD coach and podcast host Tracy Otsuka. Armed with her experience coaching thousands of women, cutting-edge medical research, and personal insights from her own diagnosis, she offers hope for women with ADHD.
Learn more about Tracy and her new book ADHD for Smart Ass Women here: https://www.tracyotsuka.com/