In some cases, ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) medication can help with symptoms of anxiety. This is because some of the symptoms of ADHD and anxiety can overlap, such as difficulty with focus and restlessness. By helping to manage ADHD symptoms, medication may also indirectly help with anxiety.
However, not all individuals with ADHD also have anxiety, and medication may not be effective for managing anxiety on its own. In some cases, a healthcare professional may recommend additional treatment for anxiety, such as therapy or other medications.
It's important to work closely with a healthcare professional to determine the best treatment plan for managing both ADHD and anxiety, as well as to monitor any changes in symptoms over time.