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Ultimate Guide to Reading with ADHD

Turn reading challenges into opportunities to excel in school, work, and life. Discover our best techniques and tools to master the art of reading well with ADHD.

What is ADHD?

ADHD, also known as ADD or Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, is a neurological condition that makes it hard for a person to pay attention and control their behavior. This means they might act without thinking and have trouble focusing, more so than other people at the same stage of development. People with ADHD may also be more restless and impulsive.

It's estimated that roughly 5% of people are diagnosed with ADHD, with many more undiagnosed, especially adults. Notable people diagnosed with ADHD include Olympian Simone Biles, musician Justin Timberlake, and technology-tycoon Bill Gates. So despite its challenges, many individuals with ADHD have achieved remarkable success in various fields.

ADHD diagnosis or not, many people experience trouble with focus and attention, especially in today's ever-more technological but distracting world. Reading, which requires focus and attention, can especially be a challenge. We believe that reading is the best way to learn anything and unlock your potential, so we created this guide to help those with ADHD read better.

How To Read with ADHD

Here's everything you need to know about reading with ADHD to turn reading challenges into opportunities.

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