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Involuntary Tics with ADD
Involuntary tics, also just known as tics, occur with a number of conditions, including Attention Deficit Disorder. Tics are repetitive in nature. Who gets tics and how are they caused? When do people have tics? What types of tics are there? People have these and many more questions about tics.
Is ADD Over or Under Diagnosed?
A ten-year study funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention asked whether Attention Deficit Disorder was over-diagnosed or under-diagnosed. What do you think? Here's what the study found!
Journal Writing and Attention Deficit Disorder
Writing a journal is a worthwhile activity in itself. As a tool for helping me live a good life with Attention Deficit Disorder, it is valuable.
Keeping a Job with Attention Deficit Disorder
For people who wrestle with Attention Deficit Disorder, finding a job that you love is a first step in staying gainfully employed. Also, take control of your environment! Having the right atmosphere, organization, attitude toward meetings, and interpersonal skills are all crucial to keeping a job.
Kids with ADD and Simple Tips for Better Holidays
Holidays can be wonderful, but they are inherently stressful, especially if you have children with ADD. Keeping a good schedule for the youngsters with ADD is important. Here are simple tips for making the holidays better for everybody.
Kindle Review-A Device for Adults with ADD
Would you like to save space in your home? The Kindle Fire can take on so many electronic roles, such as streaming video, storing and playing music, and surfing the net. Store over 1,000 books in a Kindle and reduce the clutter around your home. One device does so much in a small amount of space!
What does ADD have to do with reading disabilities? New research shows that they can occur together. Learn about LDOnline, a website dedicated to providing practical, well written and relevant information about both ADD/ADHD and Learning Disabilities. Find resources that are tailored to your needs!
Lead and ADD Development
Biological research has shown that most Attention Deficit Disorder may have its roots in heredity. What happens when ADD/ADHD canít be attributed to genetics? Could its cause be environmental? Recent research suggests that lead could play a part in developing ADD.
Learning a New Job with ADD
There are hundreds of new skills and procedures that you need to learn as you master a new job. Donít expect that you will be proficient overnight. With routines, your ADD outside-of-the-box problem solving skills, and creativity, learning a new occupation is a sure way of expanding your horizons.
Learning Disabilities Occur with ADD
Children with Attention Deficit Disorder with or without hypertension may also have specific learning disabilities, too. Studies from the University College London and University of Rochester Medical Center shed light on challenges faced by children with Attention Deficit Disorder.
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