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Here are the top ten articles for the Attention Deficit Disorder Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Use Lists for Organizing with ADD
When you have ADD, you are more creative. However, the trade-off is that disorganization can take precious time from you. That is time that you could spend doing activities that you really want to do. There is a way to take back your time. Make lists to help you accomplish your daily goals.
2. Complex Learning in College with ADD
A significant number of people with ADD also have learning disabilities. These learning difficulties work together with Attention Deficit Disorder to make acquiring new complex skills in college classes a challenging task. This article has practical tips to help students learn those complex skills.
3. 15 Ways to Calm the Chaos of ADD
There are times when we are scrambling so fast, running so hard, and everything around us feels like a hot mess! We are overwhelmed by life and circumstances. The negative symptoms can start small, but soon they pile up. Everything feels chaotic. Here are 15 good ways to help calm the chaos.
4. Planning and ADD
Are you having trouble maintaining your motivation with your ADD? Make a plan! If you are having difficulty with focus, find out how changing one small thing can impact the dynamic of your life.
5. Happy Kids with ADD in the Summertime
How can you keep impulsive kids happy and safe in the freedom that is summertime? From hiking to swimming to running the neighborhood, there are always opportunities for joy and danger. The secret to a great summer is planning. Below, I have gathered some summer themed articles to help you plan.
6. Nurture Can Improve Cortical Thickness in ADD
A child could inherit a thinner than normal cortex, due to the genetics of Attention Deficit Disorder. It is possible to somewhat mitigate the effects of genetics by enhancing the environmental circumstances of the young child. Be creative to set the conditions to increase cortical development.
7. Clear the Clutter and Improve ADD Symptoms
What is one thing that you can do to improve the negative symptoms of ADD? Clear the clutter. What is the greatest benefit to clearing the clutter? You simplify your life. When you have fewer possessions, there is less to take care of and more time to improve the negative symptoms of ADD.
8. School Success with ADD
What if your teachers and peers saw you as a failure because your best academic efforts fell short of expectations? Students who have Attention Deficit Disorder often have had long-term negative school experiences. Learn powerful techniques to teach these students to succeed in the classroom.
9. Rewarding Children and ADD
The most important thing to remember about rewarding a child is to choose something that the child desires. Do this by asking the child what they want! A reward is only reinforcing when it is a preferred object or activity. It doesn’t need to be expensive; it only needs to be desired.
10. Pesticide Exposure and Boys with ADD
Recent research shows a link between the use of a common type of pesticide, pyrethroids, and boys with Attention Deficit Disorder. Here is information about these pesticides, what the research shows, and how to limit your family's exposure to these chemicals.
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