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Power Down, Concentrate More!

Mobile and online gaming have grown to be an integrated part of our everyday lives. It is a great way to relax after a long day, stay in contact with friends from all over the world, and can be used to learn new skills such as languages or math skills. These mobile applications are great, but like most things, they should be enjoyed in moderation. How does one control their use when games are coming out daily with new features and enhanced graphics? This question is important for parents and...

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ADHD & Money Management. Build A Financial Foundation Plan

As a child grows up to be an adult, they learn how to become independent from their parents. This process is learned through the skills that one has gained through different life experiences. These experiences will provide a foundation for behaviors once one has reached adulthood.Business Finance

A recent study has shown that there is a gap of independence between adults with ADHD and those without. This gap is found in financial independence.

A recent study done by FIU’s Center for Children and Families...

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Be Allergic To Junk Food! Choose Foods For Better Brain Health.

Foods play an important role in our daily lives. The different foods we eat give us the energy we need to live our best lives. When we make the decision to eat healthy foods, we are helping our physical and cognitive health. Taking control of one’s diet can be challenging, but can be very rewarding. For those with ADHD, maintaining a proper diet can help mitigate ADHD symptoms. Children with ADHD sometimes experience behavioral issues or impulsivity due to spikes within their blood sugar or...

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Poof Procrastination Begone!

Procrastination has more than likely affected all of us at some point in our lives. It seems very easy to hit the snooze button, watch just one more show, or put off major changes in one’s life. Procrastination seem to affect those with ADHD more often. Our brains can have a lapse of attention, and we focus on another task. Or we may get distracted while instructions are given to us. This is often due to weak executive function. Executive function allows us to control planning, organization...

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