ADD and Squirming to Learn
Teachers and schools may try to stem the movements of kids with Attention Deficit Disorder in order to let them "concentrate and learn" what is being taught. A new study shows that this method could be counter-productive. It seems that kids with ADD/ADHD learn best when they are moving.
Cleaning a Car and ADD
What does having a clean car have to do with Attention Deficit Disorder? In my life's journey through the maze that is ADD, I've found that the more you can keep organized, the easier it is to maintain focus. Stress from a messy car can increase the negative symptoms of ADD! Here's a plan to help.
ADD and Improving Depression
With Attention Deficit Disorder, it is not a matter of simply working with the symptoms of ADD. Depression can also travel alongside of the ADD I want to share some actions that can help keep people from sliding into a serious depression or may lessen the duration and symptoms of a depression.
Handling ADD and Less Structured Times
It is that time of year again. For many parents Spring Break is imminent. Whether it is time for Spring Break, or you just need some tips for those times when kids go off their schedules, these articles will help you. There is a clickable link to each article and a brief description.
Napping Helps Your Body with ADD
Recently, researchers looked at the effects of naps on men who had only two hours of sleep the night before. The results were surprising and could have implications for folks with ADD.
Sugar Intake Impacts Attention and Hyperactivity
A recent study highlighted the importance of limiting sugar intake to improve children's attention and reduce hyperactive behaviors. Focus was on students' consumption of energy drinks which contain sugar and often caffeine. There are implications for children with Attention Deficit Disorder.
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