ADHD is characterized by inattention, impulsivity and, often, mood swings. Norwegian researchers recently mined a research biobank to investigate ADHD’s relationship with other mental disorders (Science Daily). In 2005, they began a long-term evaluation of ADHD and the degrees of connectivity it shares with mental disorders. They identified a distinctive overlap between the mood swings characteristic of ADHD and those associated with bipolar disorder. In light of this study, there has been discussion of whether mood swings should be included in the diagnostic criteria for ADHD.
Brainjogging, Camp Academia, Inc.’s cognitive processing enhancement software, has a calming effect on individuals who experience anxiety. It drastically decreases the occurrence of mood swings and trains individuals with ADHD to narrow their focus, limiting distractibility. ADHD’s commonality with bipolar disorder, drastic mood swings, are significantly reduced when an individual begins Brainjogging. Mood swings are only one of the many aspects of ADHD that Brainjogging ameliorates. Brainjogging also alleviates the manifestations of depression and bipolar disorder, independent of ADHD, although both of these mental disorders are, to a degree, found in individuals with ADHD.