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Time Outdoors Helps Settle ADD/ADHD Children

Time Outdoors Helps Settle ADD/ADHD Children

With summer vacation in full swing, many families are still planning last-minute getaways or making final preparations for well-awaited vacations. However, for parents with a child that has ADD/ADHD, there are some recently discovered considerations to factor into travel itineraries.

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Always in Overload Mode? HSP Commonly Concurrent with ADHD

Always in Overload Mode? HSP Commonly Concurrent with ADHD

Do you find that you’re highly sensitive to physical and/or emotional stimulation, becoming easily overwhelmed by things that others may just pass by? It’s possible that you suffer from hypersensitivity, not classified as a disorder, but rather a condition where the body has an exaggerated response to stimuli. For example, allergens are an example of [...]

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Final Exams are Near… Have no Test-Taking Fear!

Final Exams are Near… Have no Test-Taking Fear!

Students of all ages can be prone to test anxiety, particular around crucial end-of-year exams. The good news? A recent University of Chicago study published in the journal Science found that students who wrote down their test-taking fears 10 minutes prior to the exam improved their scores by almost an entire grade point.

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Concentrating on the Alternatives – Using alternative methods to help you concentrate

Concentrating on the Alternatives – Using alternative methods to help you concentrate

There are many times in our lives when we may feel like we can’t concentrate, which can lead to distraction, disorganization, and irritability. Unfortunately, these symptoms can make it impossible to enjoy our daily lives. There are many factors that can lead to these symptoms such as a lack of sleep, change in diet, or medication changes. Whatever the reason may be, there are alternative remedies to combat concentration issues.

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Strategies for Mom’s Suffering from ADHD

Strategies for Mom’s Suffering from ADHD

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.

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Native Remedies Herbal Tincture Taste Test Video

Did you know our herbal tinctures can be mixed with your favorite beverages? Watch Alex from the Native Remedies Social Media team as she tries Focus Formula™ first with water and then with apple juice.

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The Effects of Diet on ADHD

The Effects of Diet on ADHD

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.

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Feel Refreshed & Refocused: Tips for ADHD Adults

Feel Refreshed & Refocused: Tips for ADHD Adults

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!

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It’s Back to School Time! Tips for a Smooth Transition

It’s Back to School Time! Tips for a Smooth Transition

Kids are rarely super excited to see the freedom of summer go on hiatus for another year, but many times this is due to apprehension about the upcoming school year, from handling homework assignments to interacting with teachers. However, natural remedies can make a big difference for kids of all ages!

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Trauma Troubles Can Lead to ADD/ADHD Misdiagnosis

Trauma Troubles Can Lead to ADD/ADHD Misdiagnosis

While it is quite common for children to be misdiagnosed with ADD/ADHD, parents are often shocked at the number of conditions that display almost identical symptoms. Take for instance one of the latest discoveries… that hypervigilance caused by traumatic experiences can strongly resemble ADD/ADHD. For many this comes as a surprise, since most people may not even realize that their child has been exposed to a traumatic event.

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