Attention and Learning Issues

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“Brain -Training” the Future of ADHD & Anxiety Treatment

What if instead of taking a pill to mask your symptoms you could train your brain to be stronger and healthier and not have your symptoms anymore, all while just watching a movie? Sound too good to be true? It is not. It has been proven by science to be effective.

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Is ADHD Related to Sleep? Doctors Warn Parents to Look Closer.

With a steady rise in ADHD diagnoses, experts warn that ADHD may be a sleep-related issue for many children. Especially in this era of technology with children having access to their phones, computers, and iPads into the wee morning hours, sleep is a bigger issue than ever.

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ADHD Medication Use Consistently Proven to Stunt Growth 2 Inches into Adulthood

The largest ADHD treatment study ever conducted, showed 3 major discoveries that are shocking and may make you re-think how you treat ADHD. This study was conducted with over 600 children between the ages of 7 – 9 years old and followed them until age 25 years old. That is a comprehensive study. Here are the 3 findings and a “takeaway” from each.

4 Ways Daylight Savings Time Messes with Your Brain & What to Do About it

Daylight Savings began this past weekend, in the wee hours of the night between Saturday and Sunday morning. It is Thursday and I know I am still suffering and my children are suffering too. It has been like waking 5 zombies from the dead this past week. The Universe even buffered the situation for us with a snow day on Monday (we were already in the car when we found out, but glad not to have to make it through a work/school day). Tuesday was a 2-hour delay, thank you Universe for letting us sleep in, but, Wednesday and Thursday have been brutal. Did you know that shifting from daylight savings time has actually been proven to seriously disrupt the functioning of your brain and body. Check out the list below and a DIY Tip for keeping/getting yourself back on track.

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