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Tips for Managing ADHD while Working from Home


Working from home due to the pandemic has now become the norm. Many companies are finding their employees are more productive working from home. However, if you have ADHD, working from home can be challenging. Home often has more distractions than a traditional work environment.

Play Attention just completed a webinar series on Cultivating Positive Transformation.  This recorded webinar series can provide you with tips and strategies to assist you while working at home with time management...

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The Link Between Adult ADHD and Fatigue

imageWorking twice as hard for half as much is tiring.

A good blog in Psychology Today explores the connection between ADHD and fatigue.

“Have you ever used the phrase, “It makes me tired just thinking about it”? Henry Ford reportedly said something along the lines of: “Thinking is hard work. That may be the reason so few engage in it.” There is some truth to the notion that thinking is a strenuous physical activity, witnessed by the fact the human brain weighs in at about 2 percent of our whole...

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Can ADHD Cause Problems With Memory?

2022 04 27 141309VeryWellHealth addresses the issue of memory and ADHD. This is a very comprehensive blog that addresses the subject matter in depth. If you wish to have a consultation to discuss your ADHD memory problems, click here.

“Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a developmental disorder that begins in childhood but often persists into adulthood. It is classified into three subtypes: inattentive type, hyperactive / impulsive type, and combination type.

“Inattentive symptoms include...

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Study links even mild Covid-19 to changes in the brain

CovidBy Nadia Kounang, CNN|Mar. 7th, 2022

If you had Covid-19 or a variant, and you think your brain is not functioning as well as it had in the past, you may be right! According to an article from CNN:

“People who have even a mild case of Covid-19 may have accelerated aging of the brain and other changes to it, according to a new study.

“The study, published Monday in the journal Nature, is believed to be the largest of its kind. It found that the brains of those who had Covid-19 had a greater...

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