We believe all patients should have access to an affordable assessment across a spectrum of mental health needs, from ADHD to anxiety, depression, binge eating disorder, and problematic social media use. With our proven model of separating assessment from treatment, holding ourselves to rigorous clinical standards, and streamlining care, we help patients take control of their lives.
From anxiety and depression to binge eating and obsessive compulsive disorder, ADHD rarely operates alone. Our Smart Assessment screens for common comorbidities.
Nearly 50% of adults with ADHD also have anxiety. Not only do symptoms overlap and co-occur, but each condition can exacerbate the other – ADHD symptoms can interfere with functioning and lead to increased anxiety, which can make ADHD symptoms more difficult to manage.
People with ADHD are four times more likely to develop depression than those without. Symptoms that overlap both conditions include lack of focus, feeling overwhelmed, frequent distraction, poor memory, and an overall feeling of being stuck.
About 30% of adults with ADHD also have disordered eating, with binge eating disorder as the most common. Binge eating disorder is characterized as recurrent episodes of eating large quantities of food over a short period of time without any compensatory behavior to undo the binge.
While more research needs to be done, recent studies show that people with ADHD are more at risk for problematic social media use. The Bergen Social Media Addiction scale assesses at-risk social media addiction on a six-point scale to measure an individual’s dependence on social media platforms.
ADHD Online is a proud part of Mentavi. ADHD Online patients will find new benefits as Mentavi creates more treatment options to help people suffering from different conditions.
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