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1. ADHD and Ending the School Year
The school year is ending soon. Too often, you sense that things aren't going well in school, but there isn't the data to prove it. Then, the school year is almost over, and there's no plan in place to make the coming year better. Vow that this is the year that cycle will end. There's time.
2. Staying on Track with Adult ADD
Research has shown that controlling the inattention of Attention Deficit Disorder is best done with effective medication paired with behavioral interventions. If you can't medicate, some behavioral interventions that could help with attending are vision boards and a weekly/monthly planner.
3. Sleep Helps Teen ADHD Executive Function
A recent study conducted at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center said "More sleep may help teens with ADHD focus and organize." Typically developing teens had been studied to see how sleep affected their executive functioning; teens with ADHD hadn't been research subjects on this topic.
4. ADD and Using A Planner to Stay on Track
Using a weekly/monthly planner can be a huge asset for keeping your life with ADD/ADHD organized and on track. Think about what you need in a planner. Then, go find one that suits your needs. Staying organized is a great way to calm the chaos!
5. Peanut Vegetable Soup Recipe for ADD Nutrition
Good nutrition can improve the negative symptoms of ADD by giving the body its best chance to build great brain chemistry. Peanut Vegetable Soup is nutrient dense, and it is filled with good fats, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber. Try this delicious and rich-tasting soup soon. Yummy!
6. Fried Riced Cauliflower for ADD Nutrition
If your family loves fried rice, let me introduce you to a healthier, lower carb version. Replace the rice with riced cauliflower. This dish is delicious, nutritious, and wildly satisfying. Optimum nutrition means better brain chemistry to help alleviate the negative symptoms of ADD/ADHD.
7. Easy Flatbread Sandwich Recipes for ADD
The world is full of flatbread recipes, but this one is a cinch! For folks with Attention Deficit Disorder who want to control their artificial ingredients, this is a great recipe. It just takes 4 ingredients. Then, you have fresh, wholesome buns or flatbreads for sandwiches that are easy to make.
8. Curried Cabbage Veggies and Chickpeas
Do you love a good curry? This recipe is so tasty and easy to make, although the chopping can take some time. You can use your choice of veggies; just chop them up and toss them into the mix! Turn your ADD creativity loose on this recipe. Your family and friends will love it.
9. Water Safety Tips and Attention Deficit Disorder
Keep those active, creative kids with Attention Deficit Disorder safe around water. This list of water safety tips can help you educate the children who you love about what to do and not do around water. There is no reason for any child to drown through a lack of education or adult inattention.
10. Parenting Kids with ADD During Holidays
Especially during the holiday season, parenting kids with Attention Deficit Disorder, can be a challenge. Traveling to different places to see family and friends can be a time of joy, but it can also test the strongest nerves. These articles can be helpful in parenting kids during the holidays.
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