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New lullaby album sings your ADHD mind to sleep

Sleep problems are common for children and adults with ADHD. Getting to sleep can be difficult due to restlessness, medication side effects, or a busy mind. A moonsleeprecent study, funded by the National Institute of Health, found that 57% of parents with ADHD children got less than six hours of sleep every night.

Many articles recommend using background noise such as a fan, a sound machine, calming music, etc. These options might be helpful.  However, there is a new lullaby album that was created...

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A Day with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

Living with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is challenging.  Everyday activities can be overwhelming and difficult. A recent article in Scot Scoop, Living with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, discusses some of the struggles people with ADHD face.shutterstock 539711749

Writer, Pablo Pinilla, discusses the following tasks:

  • Getting out of bed on time
  • Remembering to do your homework
  • Getting to class on time
  • Staying focused in a class by trying to catch yourself from spacing out the...
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Can the Spice, Saffron, Improve ADHD Symptoms?

There are many online discussions about which natural supplements can be used to improve ADHD symptoms.false saffron 3046278 640

New research conducted by Tehran University of Medical Sciences is claiming that the spice, saffron, produces the same results as Ritalin in ADHD children 6-17 years old. This was a short-term study of 6 weeks with 54 patients. The researchers used parent and teacher rating scales.  Each group saw an improvement in ADHD symptoms. The conclusion in the study states, “Short-term therapy...

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Are ADHD Students Getting the Help They Need in School?

Recently the Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimated that over 9% of children and adolescents have been diagnosed with ADHD at some point frustrated studentin their life.  This is approximately 6 million children. However, this number only represents children that have been diagnosed.  There are likely more children with ADHD that are not diagnosed until adulthood. The CDC notes that the rate of ADHD diagnosis has been on the rise for many years.  

With many children being...

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