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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Attention Deficit Disorder Site! These are the top ten articles that your Attention Deficit Disorder Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
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. 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!
3. 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.
4. Exercise in Green Spaces Helps Treat ADD
Parents taking their kids with ADD into green spaces can help their family to tame the household chaos. Kids and parents get the physical and mental health benefits from exercising and spending time in the green space of natural areas. Five minutes a day is all that it takes to get the advantages!
5. Girls with ADD and Behavior Concerns
Researchers found that girls with ADD were about 3 times more likely to have depression (10.3 percent of girls with ADHD) and anxiety disorder (37.7 percent of girls with ADHD) than girls without Attention Deficit Disorder. Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder were major concerns.
6. Girls with ADD and Self-Harming Behaviors
During ten years of research at the U.C. Berkeley, girls with and without ADD were studied. What do you think that they found about girls with the combined type of ADD who were going into young adulthood? This article can give you details and provide resources for more information.
7. ADD Research About Exercise Reducing Symptoms
Studies continue to show that movement and exercise are critical for people with Attention Deficit Disorder to live their best lives. Research shows that movement is essential for folks with ADD/ADHD. Here are links to research-based articles that I find especially interesting and relevant.
8. Wrightslaw and Attention Deficit Disorder Review
How do you become a top-notch advocate for your child and family? Pete and Pam Wright have the answers in their website, wrightslaw.com. Learn what it takes to be an effective advocate. The information presented in wrightslaw.com is solid, well-written, and useful.
9. Insomnia with ADD
People with Attention Deficit Disorder may have a lot of problems getting to sleep. Find out about insomnia and what can be done about it.
10. 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.
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