Does physical activity improve ADHD symptoms? Find out in this new webinar by Prof. Jonna Kuntsi
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17 – 19 March 2020
5th GA Meeting, VIRTUAL – Registration closed

2 – 3 November 2020
10th SC Meeting, Frankfurt – Registration opens soon

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ADHD is the entry route into a (preventable)
negative developmental trajectory later in life: more than 80 % of adult ADHD patients suffer from a comorbid
disorder

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Does physical activity improve ADHD symptoms? Find out in this new webinar by Prof. Jonna Kuntsi
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Collaborations

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MiND

Aggressotype

E2BN

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Events

17 – 19 March 2020
5th GA Meeting, VIRTUAL – Registration closed

2 – 3 November 2020
10th SC Meeting, Frankfurt – Registration opens soon

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Our overall goal is to provide new knowledge and tools to professionals and society to prevent adolescent and young adult ADHD from escalating into detrimental comorbidities with mood and anxiety disorders, SUD, and obesity

COCA project – an overview

CoCA (Comorbid Conditions of ADHD) studies the comorbidity between the most frequent psychiatric conditions, ADHD, mood / anxiety and substance use disorders, and a highly prevalent somatic disease, obesity.
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Within CoCA, a pilot randomized clinical trial to study non-pharmacologic, dopamine-based and chronobiological treatments, i.e. physical exercise and bright light therapy, will be rolled out, employing innovative mHealth technologies to monitor and support patients’ daily life. Find out how to participate here.

ADHD and comorbid disorders – Insights

ADHD

mood/anxiety

substance use disorders

obesity