Managing ADHD is hard. Getting the right support, understanding and tools doesn’t have to be. Be part of a community dedicated to empowerment and self efficacy for females with ADHD. Sign up for our waitlist now and embark on your journey towards empowerment.
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What to Expect?
- Join an engaged community and get tools tailored to manage your ADHD.
- No hassle, you answer a few daily questions and we automatically collect your health data.
- By analyzing your habits, hormonal cycle and data we show you what works for you.
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This tool breaks new ground in a field of research that has been neglected for too long.
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Built by Patients and their Doctors
Letterlife, co-developed with ADHD patients, clinicians, and scientist to improve access to self-care, and decrease comorbidity and health risks for females with ADHD.
- Powered by personal data
- Cost and resource effective
- Saves time, money, and lives
Females with ADHD are diagnosed 4 years later than men
Equal, evidence based, and timely interventions are at the core of sustainable and effective health care. However, girls and women with ADHD are a substantial and severely underserved group, showing severe comorbidity, polypharmacy, and considerable health care utilization.
Despite a growing literature showing that predictable, hormonal fluctuations across the female reproductive life is associated with adverse physical, mental, and reproductive health outcomes, standard of care continue to disregard biology, imprudently accepting the male brain as the norm.
The Letterlife research project (Goddess ADHD), lead by senior researchers Lotta Borg Skoglund MD PhD and Helena Kopp Kallner MD PhD aims to evaluate how data driven and individual real-life information can improve precision medicine, tailor effective standard of care and encourage self-care for girls and women with ADHD. Our long-term goal is to close the health gaps between female and male mental health. Critical for attaining this goal is to minimize diagnostic delay, decrease polypharmacy, and mitigate multimorbidity. This is done by targeting real-life relevant lifestyle factors, hormonal fluctuation and by tailoring pharmacological treatment and contraceptive counselling, keeping the individual cognitive profile in mind, ensuring access to appropriate health care for girls and women ADHD.