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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. A Healthy Breakfast Affects ADD
When you have Attention Deficit Disorder, you can improve your symptoms by having a healthy lifestyle. That's can be difficult when you are easily distracted. With a few little tweaks, your lifestyle can become healthier. One way to do this is by giving you and your loved ones healthy breakfast.
2. Advocating Effectively for a Child with ADD
Addressing your child's educational needs as soon as possible increases the chances for better educational outcomes for that child. Statistics show that many of our students with Attention Deficit Disorder delay their high school degree by dropping out of high school. Early intervention is a must.
3. 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.
4. 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.
5. Smoothies to Enhance ADD Nutrition
A person with ADD/ADHD can get essential nutrients from eating a variety of healthy fruits and vegetables. Frequently, the phrase, "Eat the Rainbow" is used. In our busy lives eating different fruits and vegetables can be difficult to manage. I have a one word answer to this dilemma-smoothies.
6. Summer Safety and ADD
Children with Attention Deficit Disorder are creative and adventurous. They may take higher levels of risk than some of their peers. ADD can pre-dispose kids to be more accident prone. Here are links to articles that give ideas to help keep your children safe in the less structured days of summer.
7. ADD and Internet Nutrition Resources
Healthy eating is one of the ways to help improve the negative symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder. Eating clean foods is important, since pollutants exacerbate ADD/ADHD symptoms. It is imperative to have reliable information about nutrition. EWG and Power Your Diet are two good sources.
8. Impulsive Behaviors and Danger for Kids with ADD
Kids with ADD are impulsive, creative, energetic, and will persist in trying to solve puzzles that they are interested in. This can be a good thing, unless they are putting themselves in danger. Limit the dangerous situations that your child can find himself in.
9. 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.
10. Time Saving Pumpkin Muffins and ADD
Tasty food is one of life’s joys. The only thing that I like better than food that tastes great is something that makes my life easier. Our family has several foods, like these pumpkin muffins, that help calm the chaos of daily life with Attention Deficit Disorder.
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