Dr. Lotta Borg Skoglund

Co-Founder and Medical Director at Letterlife

Dr. Skoglund is a senior consultant physician trained in general medicine and psychiatry and an associate professor in psychiatry at the Department of Women’s and Children’s Health at Uppsala University, and the Department of Clinical Neuroscience at Karolinska Institutet.

Letterlife co-founder Lotta Borg Skoglund MD PhD
Literature & Clinical Work
Dr. Skoglund is clinically active and dedicated to improving the co-created standard of care through lead patient users and patient organizations.

She is the author of six popular science books translated internationally and holds several commissions of trust in national agencies, non-profit organizations, and patient associations. Lotta is an active advocate for a holistic, empowering, and evidence-based focus on mental health, neurodiversity, and female rights. She is also the co-founder of Letterlife.

25 years of clinical experince with ADHD

Popular science author

Co-Founder Letterlife

Scientific Work

Her scientific work targets the intersection of ADHD and comorbidity conditions (substance use disorders, personality disorders and mood disorders) as well as gender discrepancies and hormonal factors associated with neurodiversity and ADHD. More specifically, she leads a trans-professional clinically oriented research group of psychiatrists, psychologists, gynecologists, midwifes and sociologists exploring how sex hormones, hormonal contraceptives and sexual risk-tanking interact with ADHD traits, symptom severity and comorbidity in girls and women. Read Lottas Doctoral Thesis.

Here you can find neuropsychiatry studies and international journal publications.

Read Lottas Articles
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Women with ADHD in Menopause

Let us take a closer look at the subject of women, ADHD and menopause. And explore how these aspects bring new challenges to women’s lives and some potential perks.  What is Menopause? First things first, since the topic of menopause has been neglected for too long, let us deep dive into what it is. Perimenopause […]

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ADHD – Medication Across the Menstrual Cycle, is Cyclic Dosing a Way To Go?

Many ADHD-women report that they react differently on their medication depending on their current hormonal status. Some have, in collaboration with their doctor or nurse, have tried out a more individualized dosing strategy for their ADHD-medications. They describe how cyclic dosing of their meds give them better functioning and less side effects. But what does […]