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Oftentimes children are diagnosed with ADD/ADHD and it only makes sense the two conditions, juvenile diabetes and ADHD, will meet each other. Although the two issues seem completely unrelated, some studies have shown that high levels of blood sugar can contribute to symptoms of ADHD. Although diabetes does not necessarily cause ADHD, the symptoms of diabetes can make ADHD harder to manage.Full Story
All too often, we get wrapped up in complex plans or problem-solving, neglecting to see the simplest solutions right in front of us. Sometimes all it takes is getting back to the basics and nature to help us with many common health-related complaints.Full Story
Most mothers have a very hectic schedule. Days may consist of dropping the kids at school, going to work, going to soccer games or dance classes, making dinner, helping with homework and putting the kids to bed. While this lifestyle is hard enough, imagine suffering from ADHD and managing this way of life.Full Story
Unfortunately, stress has become synonymous with the holidays – and if you or a family member has ADD/ADHD, a little simple planning is crucial to surviving and enjoying the season!Full Story
While there are many disadvantages to untreated ADD/ADHD, there may be some advantages to having the condition as well! Some positive personality traits often accompanying ADD/ADHD include compassion, playfulness, enthusiasm, and creativity. Read on for how you can make the most of the positives while minimizing the negatives!Full Story
While prescription medications are often used for their fast results, ease of use and availability, studies show that nutritional intake can have significant effects on behavior—without the drugs, which can cause side effects and mask symptoms, rather than address the problem itself.Full Story
Although male children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) display more signs of impulsive behavior versus their female peers, in adulthood, the roles appear to reverse. Adult women with ADHD were found to have high levels of emotional symptoms in combination with cognitive problems associated with ADHD including depression, limited anger management, excessive tension, and over-reacting to normal stressors.Full Story
While all relationships require effort to overcome challenges, sometimes barriers to effective communication are beyond a willing partner’s control. In cases of relationships with a person with ADD/ADHD, both parties need to exercise even more patience, tolerance and effort to maintain a healthy bond.Full Story
Although adults with ADHD may have very active minds, that doesn’t always equate to productivity. In fact, it usually means more difficulty concentrating, which is often accompanied by procrastination.
Not only are these behaviors not conducive to accomplishing tasks, they can also be exhausting! Check out our tips below to stay on track, plus feel more energized!Full Story
Many individuals with ADHD report feeling tired on a regular basis. Whether it’s due to not being able to fall asleep to waking up at different times during the night, there are some ways to ensure sound sleep for ADHD sufferers.
Too much stimulation before trying to fall asleep can make anyone feel restless, but if you have ADHD, succumbing to late night T.V., computer, radio, alcohol, or caffeine will most definitely result in a sleepless night. Although eliminating external stimuli can help you fall asleep faster, these effects are not really the only problem.Full Story