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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. Muffins Gluten Free for ADD
You don't have to be following a gluten-free diet to enjoy these little gems. However, if you have found that leaving gluten and processed sugars out of your diet improves the negative symptoms of your Attention Deficit Disorder, these muffins can be useful.
2. Problem Solving to Relieve Stress with ADD
When you have Attention Deficit Disorder and you are trying to juggle too many demanding activities at once, it is time to reassess that state of affairs. You could develop a decision making chart. This article takes you through the basics of making a logical decision to improve your stress level.
3. Powerful Tasty Nutrition for ADD
Veggie and Herb Tomato Sauce is a great time saver. It makes so much sauce that can be used in many different foods. My sauce has fresh veggies and tastes better than those bottled commercial sauces. We need to give our bodies the best nutrition that we can to lessen the negative symptoms of ADD.
4. Misjudging the Child with ADD
More than one parent has lamented about how their child was misjudged before the child received a diagnosis of ADD. The diagnosis brings the knowledge that these are not voluntary behaviors, but the brain based difficulties with the child's executive function. Sometimes the truth sets you free.
5. The Value of Companion Animals and ADD
If your family's lifestyle allows for pet ownership, consider adding a companion animal to your family. These furry family members need the dedication and resources to enjoy a "forever family." When you have a child with ADD, a companion animal, can mean the world to that child.
6. Finding Focus with Color
There are times when I am stressed out or trying to work through a complex problem. With Attention Deficit Disorder, either of those things can be difficult. I need an adult fidget. I want something that allows me to fidget and also hook into my creativity. Coloring a mandala does that for me!
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. Invisible Disabilities Association Review
Since there is no visible mark when you have Attention Deficit Disorder, often folks do not understand how debilitating the negative symptoms of ADD can be. However, the people who run the website Invisible Disabilities Association (IDA) comprehend the pain that can be a part of ADD/ADHD.
9. 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.
10. College Academic Success with ADD
People with ADD/ADHD have difficulty with executive functioning, which impacts implementation and monitoring of their academic plans. Since these skills don't come naturally to us, we need to explicitly plan our road to academic success in college. Here are some pointers on how to do that.
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