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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder News

Saturday, September 24th, 2011

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what are the similarities and differences between NLD and asperger’s syndrome?

what are the similarities and differences between NLD and ADHD?

Nonnverbal learning disorders (NLD) frequently manifest disturbances in spatial orientation, body image, facial recognition, visual-motor organization, social interaction, handwriting, mathematics and problem-solving abilities (Keller, 1998). The individual with a NLD exhibits superior language ability (left hemisphere performance), but weak nonverbal performance (right hemisphere performance). Hence the child with a NLD will be analytical, and gifted in understanding details, but unable to master the ‘whole picture’. Math and nonverbal activities are weak areas, as are social interactions, because the child is unable to utilize information from facial expressions or gestures. The NLD psychological profile is often confused with the Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) profile, as hyperactivity is a behavior seen in either disorder (Keller, 1998).

ADHD is a neurological disorder with hallmark symptoms of inattention, impulsivity and distractibility (Barkley, 1990). Children with ADHD manifest poor handwriting, weak expressive language skills, weak sequencing ability, require repetition with directions, act as if they have a hearing loss, display low tolerance to noise, misunderstand the spoken message, and weak reading comprehension skills (Barkley, 1990). Individuals with ADHD are at risk for auditory processing disorders (APD) in the areas of Tolerance-Fading Memory (TFM) and Organization categories (Katz and Smith, 1991; Keller, 1998).

For a lot of sites with information try a Yahoo search for “NLD and ADHD”

http://www.ncapd.org/News/relationship_of_learning.htm

ADHD: ADHD Coach Charlotte Hjorth på TV2 News – 23.7.2009


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Adhd Spouse

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

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Adhd Alternative Medication

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

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Adhd Yahoo Answers

Friday, September 9th, 2011

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how do you deal with ADD/ADHD, personally?

I’m not asking for theories from people searching the web. I’m just asking for people who have been given this diagnosis to share their reflections about it. How has it affected you socially, mentally, physically, and educationally?

This would really help me, because I have it too. Yahoo answers is a weird place to find support, but everything is weird, so it doesn’t matter.

Being labeled ADHD freaked me out at first. I was embarrassed, wouldn’t take medicine, didn’t want anyone to know (like they didn’t know, LOL, I was probably the only one in the world that didn’t know), I felt ‘special’ in a not so special way!

I finally accepted it. I read alot about it and started to understand my behaviors. I realized I am not an airhead, dumb blonde. I don’t get mad at myself anymore when I am bouncing off the walls or forget something. I know how to help myself.

I feel funny about my meds because they are a narcotic. But if I have a lot to accomplish, I’ll take the whole dose that day. Most days I take 1/2 my prescribed dose. I feel calmer and organized with the medication. I can take on a task without feeling over-whelmed or quitting 3/4 of the way through. I can be working on something, leave the room to get something and actually return to my task with the thing I left to get. I guess that sounds crazy to a person without ADHD but I think you know that is a big deal.

I started telling people that I have ADHD and I was so surprised how many people I know with it. Ask around, you are not alone!

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Myths

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

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Could I have ADD or AD/HD?

I never can pay attention in class and I always never do homework. I took an ADD and AD/HD quiz and I scored 55 on it. It said I should get tested.

I have had Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ever since I was 6 years old. When you have it bad, you wouldn’t be taking quizzes to see if you have it. You would have already been put on medications a long time ago. That is only the case for people with a more serious case of ADHD. But there is a better possibility you might have ADD. That is the most commonly overlooked disorder. That is without the hyperactivity. The only difference with the two disorders is that with ADD, the symptoms all relate to multiple issues with focus and committing. With ADHD, it is the same thing as ADD, but with Hyperactivity as well. There are a great amount of students that have bad grades but people have to learn how to figure out which are the ones that choose to be lazy, and which are the ones that can’t help their lack of focus and interest. With ADD, you will have a problem with sticking to almost anything. Consistently, people with ADD suffer with finishing a task they start. Plus they constantly lose belongings. They don’t pay attention to where they are placing things which causes them to misplace things. And another large issue you would have with ADD: UNORGINIZATION. I mean…SERIOUS unorginization. And when you read something, you’re not actually interpreting it at all. You’re just reading the words but not REALLY understanding anything you are reading. This is from the serious lack of focus. ADD is a real disorder and it is a myth when it is said that people can overcome the disorder if they had some willpower. With ADD, the brain has a certain chemical management disability that impairs willpower and many other ADD related symptoms. So, if you have all of these symptoms and more, I strongly suggest you visit your doctor to discuss the possibility.


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Adhd Treatment

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

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Can anyone shed some light on Adult ADHD? Which treatment is preferred – drugs or therapy?

What is your personal experience with ADHD?

It’s always difficult coming up with one-size-fits-all answers for ADHD questions. Because ADHD is not a one-size-fits-all condition.

First off, it is a syndrome. As with other medical syndromes (such as diabetes), symptoms are variable. In other words, ADHD can present differently among individuals who have it. Some have the hyperactive subtype, for example, and some the inattentive — very different symptoms. (Yet all subtypes respond to the stimulant medication.)

Second, symptoms can range in severity from mild to severe. For people who are on the mild end of the spectrum, awareness and compensatory strategies can sometimes help a great deal. Changes in diet (protein in the morning, a “Zone”-type diet, etc.), morning exercise, sufficient sleep, “externalizing” structure in the form of physical planning systems, organizational strategies, etc…..these can all help.

But when symptoms are moderate to severe, I agree with the previous responder (“thready,” I think it is, but the screen won’t let me check without losing my response!): Medication will be the foundation for any other strategies to take root. Adults who are late to the diagnosis often benefit from ADHD-focused therapy that helps them let go of counterproductive coping skills and develop more constructive ones.

It’s important to educate yourself first before pursuing an evaluation for ADHD or treatment. There is much misinformation on the Internet — and even in some clinicians’ offices. So, be a smart mental-health consumer.

You can learn more at the National Resource Center for ADHD: http://help4adhd.org/

I hope that helps,
Gina Pera, author
Is It You, Me, or Adult A.D.D.?
http://www.ADHDRollerCoaster.com


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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Modifications

Sunday, August 28th, 2011

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Adhd Linked To Tv

Monday, August 22nd, 2011

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adhd linked to tv

It is "good" for the baby. 3 months to see some once in a while?

My friend said he found a medical study linking television viewing to ADHD and more. Ranging from birth to 3. Years, they still do not allow their children to watch TV. I'm wondering if we should do it or not. But the little guy. Here are a few of the laready I look at it. We gave him some Baby Einstein and his. LOVED IT! Is not good for his development to small? Dont baby something to list them. whats going on, they like the pretty lights to increase your children as you want. :).

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Adhd Diet Treatment

Saturday, August 20th, 2011

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You or your child has ADHD?

I just tried to put my son out and try to encourage non-stimulating. It was a rough month and a half at home and at school. I urged him to switch again. It is one of the new Vyvanse one or not. Please do not answer if you have nothing good to say about the methods of treatment used for Children, or our own. I also have chat rooms and message boards for any one interested in supporting. I allow no man judgeing wethods of treatment with a drug or weather. Food or anything. For more information about it please email me. I am looking for a co-mod – to join me. Thanks.

I'm not familiar with the drug you mentioned. But my daughter has ADHD and a year ago, I took her out and try. adderall strattera and she did not make it better. It was not just. But a terrible pain in her abdomen. It does not seem to help much. Problems with attention / focus in her. Concerta and now she's back on. adderall adderall stronger. But it really works best for her. Everyone is different, but my son seems to be. I like to respond to the stimulation of his will is not clear cut, as well as his sister. To her it was like night and day. He has certain advantages. However, side effects and drug him. Is very high, the doctor will recommend trying to urge him not. But I have been opposed because of past experiences. If you have any suggestions ที่ฉันต้องการได้ยินจากคุณ!


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Adhd Blood Pressure

Friday, July 29th, 2011

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My blood pressure /. Heart health

I just started. without a prescription adderall XR for ADHD. It lists one of the common side effects are increased heart rate. Right now I'm about. 105/69 with a resting heart rate is about 100bpm I realize that's not bad and I tend to have high blood pressure. lowish I was just wondering of anyone in the medical field in this case. Is sustainable. How do I go about this a few years if the plant is no other side effects. Up and I do not want to damage my heart or whatever it is that Thanks, I know that my heart rate is higher because the. adderall I'm just curious if this is a long-term heart rate without causing lasting damage.

bp, which is great, but your heart. Rate is low / normal, you might be dehydrated. Try to drink more water if it is still telling your doctor.

Reducing High Blood Pressure by Juicing Spinach, Grapefruit, Celery


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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Clinics

Friday, July 29th, 2011

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Primary or secondary source?

I have found that this paragraph is primary or secondary sources. Save the Polos that the study has some limitations. Limited: it can not prove that the media in the late of the problems caused by applications such as attention deficit disorder. – Hyperactivity. He added that the results may not represent all children in the study came to the clinic. The problem here is the link of which I have been a subject that is of Please explain to me in detail if this paragraph is primary or secondary sources. If you do not know or refused to answer, then do not bother writing anything at all. Thank you.

This is a secondary source. The link to the report, a newspaper article about the study. You are quoting a newspaper article. The study itself is the primary source. Vice newspaper article. The source of the information reported in this study. (Primary source).

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Natural Adhd Help

Wednesday, July 27th, 2011

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I have a son who acts ADHD. We did not stick to him. meds, does anyone know a natural way to calm him?

He was only 5 and full of energy. Any natural remedies. It works. I need ideas or help. Super Nanny! So he did not go out and play and time to go out and play spanking does not work. He does not get brown and … Now what?

Hello, there is a difference between being "full of energy" and is ADHD. Either way, I agree with you that it is not the answer. Please check out Dr. Thomas. Phelan's 1-2-3 Magic is a great program. There are good books out there about natural remedies for children with ADHD. Often this can be a part of you that desperate for attention and lack of exercise. Exercise Try to be as positive as possible. Let's get him "a success" that you can mark down what he is good to brush each tooth,. Cat food, shut the door gently, and so on. This inconsistency can be difficult, so when these children. If you get into a routine and stick to it, he may resist at first. It is comfortable in his time. Some studies have suggested that ADHD children's behavior is bad by-products like wheat. I understand that there is no "magic cure". It is going to take time and patience, and Dedicated, but you can do it. It is a combination of a positive impact on the food and the experience and infrastructure. Please do not slap this child. It will encourage the "wildness". And it might spark violence. And try to focus on the positive, not negative. Taking what is deleted. How about. basketing all but his favorite toys and try to "catch him" a good man. When you catch him being good, you can let them choose toys that are different. …. Or a bag of stickers work well. You can print out "caught being good" certificate and start plastering. Wall with them, or at the front door to let everyone know what he was doing his so good! He wanted to get it positive instead of negative. …



ADHD help – Natural ADHD solutions: Interview with Sam Hoath

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Adhd Daniel Amen

Tuesday, July 26th, 2011

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Self-hypnosis crock of crap .. or does it actually work?

I thought about using it for ADHD and depression. …. It works or not. What has been your experience with it or not. I have no idea of ​​the book is Daniel "ADHD. Healing "Amen.

Hi, a hypnotist can help and it does not work. It increases your options. knowledge.com normal course of depression and some of what I learned there, I was amazed,. Well worth a look. Do not read Daniel Amen, so can not comment there.



Dr. Daniel Amen – What You Need to Know About ADD

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Doctors

Sunday, July 24th, 2011

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USA Hi! But how do I get my meds.

Alright, so Im in my new place now. ! America, I live in Cloverdale, California. I received my card, I get a job. im et.c. to American citizens and im originally from Sweden. But when I have a condition known as ADHD in Sweden. Disorders of concentration, but some meds for it. But they are working. Pretty low right now. How do I get in touch with a doctor who can subscribe to them?. They do not excist here? My meds are called. Concerta is already doing so. i dont have to do it all. All the tests again? I was diagnosed, they do not work here? If I have my meds im gonna be a really hard time.

Doctor you like and them. Must receive your medical information sent from Sweden. (Email, fax or regular mail). And just transfer everything over.


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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Behavior

Saturday, July 23rd, 2011

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Adhd Colorado

Sunday, July 17th, 2011

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adhd colorado

No mental disorder that prevents you from being independent?

With ADHD, a history of depression, a cut in the past and the. your meds for depression and ADHD prevent you from being independent in Colorado?

Yes.

Neurofeedback Training and Treatment at Healing Unleashed in Denver Colorado

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Adhd By Barkley

Saturday, July 16th, 2011

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ADHD help?

My 7 year old son has ADHD. He is on concerta and I also control his behavior with the Fiengold diet. The fiengold diet just means that he eats organic, fresh foods. Does anybody know of a doctor in the Atlanta, Georgia area that specializes in ADHD? Can anybody share methods that they have used in treating ADHD that has been successful?

I can’t help you with doctors in the Atlanta area, but I’d recommend starting with getting recommendations from your insurance company and the child’s pediatrician.

Having ADHD reminds me of being poor: you know the old saying that the rich get richer and the poor get poorer? Well, kids with ADHD are already behind the 8-ball and it gets harder as time goes on. Not to discourage you, but actually to help get you ready for the challenges you and he will face, you will need to be his strongest advocate for the next 10 or so years. But you are not alone, and it could have been worse.

Some suggestions I have are:

Share his diagnosis with his school, and make sure he gets all the accommodations he needs (such as preferential seating in ALL of his classrooms; extra time to take tests; added explanations for school work; gentle reminders to stay on task; rewards for good behavior – but little or no punishment for impulsiveness). Also, ask the school if they have any groups for social skills and interactions (some do a “lunch bunch” or other groups especially for ADHD kids).

Make sure he regularly sees the qualified therapist you choose for support. This will not only help keep his self-esteem up there, it will teach him not to be afraid to seek this kind of help when he’s older.

If he likes sports, make sure he is in some sport year-round.

Don’t worry about the growth thing; ask your doctor or Yahoo! community on how to keep his weight up if he’s losing it (eg, higher calorie foods at times of the day when he eats more; focusing on the meals and foods and gimics he loves…)

Try to make your home as comfortable and predictable as possible: have a portable bin to keep all the things he needs for homework in one place, and be aware that kids with ADHD often like to change places where they do their homework; try your best to keep to a schedule of things like gettting up, bathing, changing, eating, visiting, etc.; be as consistent as you possibly can with rewards (go heavy) and punishments (go lighter – and never physical)…)

Read the following books:
1) The ADHD Answer Book (Top 275+ questions…) by Susan Ashley, PhD
2) Taking Charge of ADHD by Russell Barkley

Join a local chapter of CHADD, and browse their website:
http://www.chadd.org/

Don’t fall for quackery. It’s everywhere. Prescription medication is the only scientifically proven therapy, but various web sites will try to convince you otherwise. Neurofeedback has yet to be proven or disproven, and it is extremely expensive. A good diet is helpful for anyone.

Best wishes in your journey, and know that you are in good company!
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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Review

Friday, July 15th, 2011

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Adhd Famous People With

Friday, July 15th, 2011

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What people are famous. / Celebrities will concentrate short. (Attention disorders. Defecit / Hyperactivity)?

I know there are some I just wonder if anyone. Thanks for everything. Assistance

Howie Mandel Ty Pennington Justin Timberlake Robin Williams, Jim Carrey Elvis.

Famous People With Mental Illness Part 2 of 3

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Adhd Hyperactive Type

Friday, July 15th, 2011

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ADHD boring personality?

I have ADHD, which causes them to be boring? I'm talking about the kind of careless, not hyperactive. When I have done. I was quiet because my mind keeps spinning. It's hard to talk to others when your mind will help to talk about themselves. ADHD makes me sometimes because of social concerns me more than anything in the analysis. Anyone with similar experiences. The Eagles: completely agree. Sometimes I lie awake for 4-6 hours!

Yes, I was bored with the increase I am a very eccentric (but not really a social concern, just want to be alone); Crowd, and I want to exhaust a lot of 'down time'; I can do 'society,' but for a short time. I'm not over-analyze. I usually do the opposite and is under analysis and did not think things through. มันยากที่จะไปนอนในเวลากลางคืนมากเกินไปเมื่อจิตใจของคุณจะไม่หยุดพูดกับตัวเอง!



Are You Mislabeling Your Children? How Type 1 Children Are Often Misunderstood

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Adhd Cnn

Thursday, July 14th, 2011

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adhd cnn

This is mental health?

For their health, we need to do under the Mental Health. JK to do it for me, just tell me if this article is about the mental health http://www.cnn.com/2007/HEALTH/conditions/09/05/preschool.adhd.ap/index.html.

Looks like it is. .. I did not read all of it. I say yes ..

ADHD Coaching Covered by CNN January 26, 2011

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Adhd In Girls

Wednesday, July 13th, 2011

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Adhd Famous People

Friday, July 8th, 2011

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I love to have ADHD?

Is there any famous people who have been officially diagnosed with attention deficit disorder. hyperactivity?

Jennifer Connelly has to accept it, and I have a source. There is also a list on Wikipedia as a source for each person. : Beck Glenn [1] Daniel Beddingfield [2] [3] Terry Bradshaw [4] Richard Branson. [5] Jim Carrey [6] [7] James Ca rville [8] Kurt. Cobain [9] Jennifer Connelly [10] Billy [11] Bill Cosby [12] Cameron Diaz [13] Hilary Duff [14] Jason Earles [15] Forrest Griffin. [16] Melissa Joan Hart [17] Paris Hilton [18] Rachel Hurd – Wood [19] Bruce Jenner [20] Magic Johnson. [21] Chris Knight [22] [23] Solange Knowles [24] Diane Kruger [25] Heather Kuzmich [26] Avril Lavigne. [27] Eva Longoria [28] Howie Mandel [29] David Neeleman [30] Roxy Olin [31] Jamie Oliver. [32] [33] Mary – Kate Olsen [34] Paul Orfalea [35] Ty Pennington [36] Michael Phelps [37] Michelle Rodriguez [38]. Peter Rose [39] Karina Smirnoff [40] to Smith [41] Justin Timberlake [42] Liv Tyler [43]. Emma Watson [44].



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Adhd In Adults

Wednesday, July 6th, 2011

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ADHD is a disability in adults is?

Emotional learning phisical.

Mentally



Adults with ADHD

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Natural Adhd Alternatives

Tuesday, July 5th, 2011

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My son is very gentle. ADHD? Any suggestions about the choice of nature.

Here are some of the things I tried with my child prior to the resort. Health: Foods that are high in protein. (Especially breakfast. : Like eggs, protein shake / smoothies and cereal). Red food coloring to tint. / Red, I used to send my child out. To work around the house before school. (Hoping to get some of that excess energy out of his system). I also ordered these brain gym exercise books that I have to assume that the meaning of a particular area. Of the brain and helps the child. But I can not really recommend those. (They do not help us at all). Finally, if all else fails, check to see if your child sleep better. If you do not have to resort to drugs to get. Some support from other parents. I have children, because if you get through it with your own, you just can not understand. You may get criticism from parents and others to give their input. To your child. One that makes a difference to me when she told me that "you can not deny your child's insulin for diabetes." In other words, if they have children of their own needs. meds that is not to say that you should try all other options. First, I want you all my best friends.


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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Natural

Saturday, July 2nd, 2011

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attention deficit hyperactivity disorder natural

How do you cope with a short attention span?

Yes, actually… there’s quite a bit you can do. And doing that is really important to many aspects of your life.

The ability to focus your mind is like a muscle in many ways — if it isn’t exercised, it tends to become weak. There’s a near explosion of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) among both children and adults today… a predictable consequence of the sheer rate of change in modern times and the widespread presence of multiple sources of mental stimulation: 500 channels of television, magazines, books, video games, stress from work, life challenges, and of course the Big Kahuna of ADD: the Internet.

None of these stimulation sources are good or bad in and of themselves, but their omnipresence in our lives produces new challenges for the mind: a human mind simply cannot drink deeply from a “firehose” of stimulation, information, entertainment, and distractions. It saturates quickly and loses its sensitivity, it’s ability to create and imagine, it’s capacity for subtlety and multi-perspectival thinking.

Our emotional, mental, social, and spiritual development all depend heavily on being able to slow down and “absorb and integrate” our experience. Our experience is sort of like firewood: in order to make use of it, we have to burn it up. “Burning it up” means paying attention to it, experiencing it, BEING with it — feeling the feelings and being aware of the thoughts, noticing connections, sensing subtle relationships.

This “fire of awareness” is the natural capacity of the mind to be present in the moment and flow forward with the movement of time. When we do this, a natural kind of absorption and integration occurs, in which we learn from our experiences and synthesize ever-greater “wholes” out of the random pieces and bits remembered, thought, and felt. This process takes time, and most importantly, it takes attention.

So how does one develop this muscle of attention? With lots of time and effort, spent in the right kind of exercise. (Sorry, there are no shortcuts.) All approaches that work depend on repetitively interrupting the tendency to get “lost in thought”. “Awareness practice” is the proper name for these approaches — meditation being the most well-known variation. Typically the student is instructed to sit still and upright (on a cushion, or a chair) and attend to their breath: just the simple in and out of air in the lungs or through the nose, etc. Just sit there, and be aware — don’t get lost in thought: if thoughts arise, just acknowledge them and then return your attention to your breath. If you find yourself lost in thought, just acknowledge that, notice what the thoughts are, and then return to the breath.

This sounds really simple. And in a way, it is. But it’s devilishly difficult to do — because that muscle of attention is very weak for most of us. Almost any thought that arises is more tempting and attractive than following our own breath in and out… and like a junkie sighting his favorite dealer, the attention will be automatically drawn toward the stimulation. So just like building a physical muscle, mastery only comes with ongoing and regular practice.

I usually recommend that people start with 5 minutes a day and work up to 30 minutes a day — 30 minutes of “time out” to allow the mind to integrate a whole day’s worth of inattention and distraction. Even that isn’t really adequate to burn it all up, but it does make a big difference over a sustained period. After a few months of daily practice, it’s common for people to start noticing changes which are obviously attributable to their meditation practice — sudden insights that seem to come out of nowhere, a deeper ability to relax and enjoy life, heightened sensory awareness, etc.

If practice persists for a number of years, profound transformations begin to occur in your personality, worldview, and values. These transformations are not the result of being “taught” something by some teacher (although a teacher is helpful), nor are they the result of learning some new ideas. They’re the result of your own mind discovering and integrating the fragments of knowledge which it didn’t even realize were already on hand. It’s the deepening of one’s own self-understanding, which pulls in everything one has learned about life in the process.

Here’s how I like to think of it: consider that your assignment is to sit quietly for 30 minutes and just be satisfied with the moment, without getting lost in thought. It’s really quite pleasant when you can do that. Of course, most of us CAN’T do that, and that’s the whole point — whatever beliefs, attitudes, or mental habits are preventing you from just sitting there quietly and being satisfied are the same things that are preventing you from experiencing life as whole, complete, and satisfying. So if you can’t sit and be satisfied — sit and observe. Be aware, study, and experience the source of your dissatisf

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Adhd Low Self Esteem

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Overview

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

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what is bpa?

i have not heard of bpa untill i just saw a question on here about it i am wondering what it is and maybe if anyone has any info on how to tell if a bottle has bpa i have bottles from when my son was bottle fed and planned on buying a few more seeing as i am 22 weeks preg but if my sons old bottles are not safe i would like to know any help would be appreciated
i was also wondering if anyone knew if the playtex drop in liners showed bpa those are the bottles i prefer but will not use if they have any problems thanks for all the links and answers

http://www.environmentcalifornia.org/environmental-health/stop-toxic-toys/bisphenol-a-overview

Bisphenol-A can alter the expression of several hundred genes with effects varying among specific tissues and also depending upon the timing of exposure. More than 130 studies suggest that BPA exposure at very low doses is linked to a staggering number of health problems, including prostate and breast cancer, obesity, attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder, brain damage, altered immune system, lowered sperm counts, and early puberty.

BPA Free Sippy Cups – Part Two

BPA Free Bottle and Sippy Cup Cheat Sheet

Edit – these are on the “safemama” list I linked:
Playtex Opaque Soft Bottle, Playtex Drop in liners

If you are not breastfeeding, you should know that formula cans also contain BPA, which leaches into formula. The powdered kind has less BPA than the liquid kind. Of course, it is healthier for the baby just to breastfeed anyways, but that is just one more reason to avoid formula.

ADHD: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder


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Adhd Impulsive Type

Monday, June 27th, 2011

adhd impulsive type


A common approach is to concentrate and short. Aspergers?

I am 17 and have ADHD (mostly triats innatentive with hyperactive and impulsive part). I have dysgraphia (The Dyslexia-related issues, drawing and writing). It grew out of it. I think I may have. Aspergers Epensomatisagn! I was looking at the symptoms of the disease. It all adds up. I do not talk a lot and have a higher than average IQ. (138) I hate to change and commitment from obsessions crazy ….. but I was just wondering how common it is to have ADHD and aspergers in common? Such as ADHD, which makes me. unpridictable, random, quirky and innatentive. Aspergers makes you silent, spacific, jobs,. Exact and does not say much. Both are wrong. Mipืgntrgkankgam! Therefore, it is possible to have them both? It is the only one I feel like I have them both. !!!!!! Does anyone know ???????

Just Curious what you use for measuring your IQ score. Here is an idea, บางทีพวกเขาสามารถที่จะเรียนในห้องปฏิบัติการของคุณและเรียกคุณผ่านเขาวงกต! I have a lot of knowledge and experience with what you suggest,. สุจริตผมคิดว่าคุณจริงๆมีการขาดการมีระเบียบวินัยกับจินตนาการป่าและคุณจริงๆกระหายความสนใจ! You think you're just babbling nonsense, people will think you have some kind of misconception that gifted intelligence. (May be from another planet)! You are 17 now, soon you will be legally an adult and you will. มีการทำงานในโลกของความจริง! Walk around ทุกคนแสดงบัตรของคุณไอคิวและอธิบายอาการของคุณของสัปดาห์จะไม่น่ารักอีกต่อไป! Eventually you'll end up hanging around. The rest of the housing. There are plenty of homeless people wandering around in a delusional high-IQ people with mental illness, and some bums! Mom and Dad, in turn, will want you. Igaiaak! ทำให้ผู้ปกครองของคุณภาคภูมิใจหยุดการแก้ตัว!


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Adhd Graduate School

Friday, June 17th, 2011

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adhd graduate school

I want to help ADHD children and how my life.

I'm pretty sure my whole life has been. messed up because of my ADHD. I wake up every morning and not feel like moving or doing So do I sit and sleep and lack of education. Then when I wake up, all I do is just laze around. Home games or scientific fields. I have been told that I am beautiful and intelligent. Has the potential to succeed. But for some reason I can not understand the fact that I graduated and could be kicked out if I do not have to go to school. My parents are. Does not give me any treatment. What follows is my own ADHD. I just want to help someone. … Out there help me Yours sincerely, Mike Jones.

I have ADHD and I know that. That no matter what anyone says, the school will be hard for me and you, and just the fact that we're going to have to deal with until we graduated. I have severe ADHD, and I refuse to use drugs. It makes me depressed. I thought to myself, "Yes, it would be difficult for me than for others. But you know what, IM for the challenge and I'm not going to sit back and ให้สิ่งนี้จะควบคุมชีวิตของฉัน "There are different tools you can use. If you have trouble sleeping,. With all natural medicines, called melatonin, which makes you sleep a minute. Will be taped to your email address with your teacher. youre every nigth and tutor,. All these things are available to you and as long as you put out as part of Managed to succeed. I will not tell you that it will be easier because it is not. But if you want to have a good life and get the job you want, you must work for it and It is not easy, but it is needed. You can do it because I can and I'm just like you, I hate school,. i dont want to do, i dont want to wake up in the morning. But the world is not designed for us and unfortunately it may never be. Unfortunately for us there is no miracle pill that will allow us to have the attention of others and you. Know what it means we just need to get a little better than them and then they work a little harder. But we will not allow this condition to control our lives and we will be successful. Do not let your mind tell you you cannot do anything, and trust me, it's much easier to work than it is to deal with all the problems you are facing you. หนึ่งในสิ่งสำคัญที่ต้องจำไว้เลย dont! Ditiesudkagochc!

(No) Adderall, Seasonal Depression

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Adhd Hyperactive

Monday, June 13th, 2011

adhd hyperactive


How the body of the 36 MG concerta ADHD drugs will affect?

Hi, I just went to the doctor and she diagnosed me and did not intend that hyperactive. I have ADHD does not apply to any type of medication. Prior to my 16 years – – you, me, the old. 36 mg of concerta and I wonder how it will affect my body and I wonderring why she put me at higher Drugs will be out?

Concerta 36mg should be repeated. Ritalin 10mg 3 emissions immediately, but will help prevent problems. Between the amount of Ritalin strange thing for me is that if that was not enough feeling in the morning. But too much of the afternoon. This is due. concerta is "back – Reload" in the estimated amount. 6-8 hours for me, I made it. Focused on fear and irritation. crabby in the afternoon while the distance is still out in the morning. Alternatives: 5mg or IR Ritalin 10mg 18mg with of Concerta taken first thing in the morning, this seems to be smooth to focus more in the morning caused no problems and less frustration in the afternoon. Also: Tums or other antacids. Other is likely to be motivated for a while. Drink orange juice and acidic foods. / Seem to make it not long ago.


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Adhd Without Drugs

Friday, June 10th, 2011

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adhd without drugs


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Adhd Teaching Strategies

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

adhd teaching strategies


How to teach students with ADHD?

Any strategy that could help more students receive the treatment of ADHD are important and are less hyperactive. Thank you.

It depends on many factors like age of the students in question the level of general ability to think. / IP and that sort of thing. But generally in the beginning as students,. Flexibility and willingness of teachers to change the ideas and activities for the benefit quickly. If you can draw the basic willingness of the students in an effort to cooperate and work hard. To participate without too bad,. Or disappointed about the decision. Maturation and intentions of students in an attempt to develop its own intellectual property strategy for the treatment focus is gradually Improved capacity to cope with the situation of more general Tolerance, diversity and flexibility. Tolerance, diversity and flexibility. ADHD is difficult for everyone. Teachers, parents and children themselves. : Associated with Our current outlook is that "one size fits all" approaches in the classroom crowded with little variety and presentation process lock. Material is death, just for these children. … Why so many people off early in the morning and saw their opportunity for education as a prison sentence as they try to escape rather than adapt.



Behavior Management Strategies, Lesson Planning, ADHD

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Adhd And Me

Thursday, May 26th, 2011

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adhd and me

How much will it be diagnosed more. / ADHD, depression, bipolar, and more. Other?

I did not have insurance so I need to know about the range of prices for To do this I need to know what's wrong with my right I have all increased. / Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder of the bipolar too. แต่ฉันจำเป็นต้องตรวจสอบให้แน่ใจว่าให้ความช่วยเหลือและคำแนะนำที่ทุกคนจะดี! Thank you …. I live in the area. LA, I do not know about that over and over with. But it is.

ADHD is common in children and adults to continue in most of the cases. Children with ADHD are With a higher risk of other diseases. Such as depression etc..

Samsaya – ADHD (Love Me Not)

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Adhd Girls

Monday, May 23rd, 2011

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adhd girls

Why do you think that doctors and teachers ignore the symptoms of ADHD girls until high school?

I was diagnosed with ADHD just yesterday. But I'm really ticked off that I had to go through the year grade. 6 I was called stupid because I could not finish my work. I do not believe that my doctor from 13 years and left all the symptoms I experienced with my life. I want to die in the elementary years. 6, most have something to repeat all Since I was a teacher in the room, I can overlook it home too. She hate me laugh when I said I wanted to do algebra, though. I'm really good at algebra. (I could not be more mathematical than other matters. So on) this year I started at home, school, grade 7. I still can not do my job. I can not sleep because my brain can not develop. Relax and dance to my big c worse But when I changed my doctor diagnosed me the first day she was there. Please tell me why my doctor that I suffer? gah! Both a good answer. I can not choose.

ADHD is undiagnosed awkward, especially in girls. Young people because the symptoms of ADHD is different from the symptoms of children. A girl may act out And ignore, but in a smaller size than men. But before you blame a doctor, I would blame the parents. Because when the doctor will get othat case that may or may not have ADHD at them. In general, the correct diagnosis. But parents are not obligated to follow through with therapy, which I considered child abuse if you do not get the care you want your child for ADHD. And some hippie parents have no doubt that the legitimacy of ADHD as they are. tards.

Stigma, Girls, and ADHD


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Adhd And Parenting

Saturday, May 21st, 2011

adhd and parenting

adhd and parenting

Parents of ADHD children. : The line wrapped around their necks at birth?

I was in the ADHD Support Forum and many,. 17 of 20, the mother of our Board of Directors in the day, it was found that children with ADHD have our line around their necks in case of I felt it was too big to be an accident. To deprivation of oxygen. Line is associated with a diagnosis of ADHD? What do you think? Thank you for the reply. My 7 Y / o son was diagnosed with ADHD hosting at the age of three and Bipolar at age 5 To the boy's mother and other short meditation. Others: ฮenongใnnegn! Remind yourself that one day at a time. และจำนวนมากสวดมนต์เพื่อความอดทน! If anyone wants to be ADHD.com site to check out. Good information and support the attempt.

The best of the best friends I have children with ADHD and bipolar and she had normal delivery of my son, ten times brighter. Year old straight student society who are very much in love and he has no problem with the line wrapped around the neck and breath for 64 วินาทีแรกของชีวิตของเขา! What her doctor told her that These traights received, the boy's father was diagnosed when he was too young. From what I understand there is no link. But I have an appointment with a doctor, I will ask. และค้นหาสิ่งที่เธอคิดว่า!

Parenting & Discipline : How to Discipline an ADHD Child


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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Information

Saturday, May 21st, 2011

attention deficit hyperactivity disorder information



attention deficit hyperactivity disorder information

ADHD and ADD, what is the difference between?

Added: Attention disorder deficit. ADHD: Attention lack of attention deficit disorders, please explain. To me the difference between the two disorders in the view of And do not use Wikipedia. The site is like eHow.com, or other sites that provide information about learning disabilities. / Development disorders and special education.

In fact, it is now only a short meditation. 3 types of ADHD attention deficit hyperactive only just that and do not intend that hyperactive ground What people are looking at adding just can not focus. ADHD, but the peace is the one who always makes the big dance, and c is the hard seat and may have other behavioral problems. Other impulsiveness Not a good word for inclusion. … They are easily distracted and may join forces with other activities. .. But they do not function properly push out the anxiety did not really look like your input. .. One even if it is associated with ADHD may be caused by anxiety, not by all, and you can not have 'all' that will like to say that you have a short attention span lost interest. hyperactivy … ADHD, including what is known as ADD.

Child’s Perspective on ADHD

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Adhd Natural Treatment

Saturday, May 21st, 2011

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ADHD treatment that you think that nature and help?

ADHD natural treatment that you are using and help.

Never used any.


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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Teachers

Thursday, May 19th, 2011

attention deficit hyperactivity disorder teachers


The meaning of mood disorders attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD learning deficit. (ADHD or AD / HD or ADD)?

When a child with ADHD, what is the emotional impact. Of ADHD. 1 2 3 children, parents teachers.

Well my brother has ADHD and he was like other children. Other emotionally. He may have a type. Of disappointment that people tend to make him sit still in school. But he was more than that. My parents at first he had tons of help, the school will help him focus on work, school and learn how. sudy and in practice they are breathing down his neck until he is home made as 12 While this is like "going to work in treadmill because you have weasles "When he gets. annoyingly Bouncy and chatty, but otherwise do not worry. I do not know about that teacher. Some people very nervous and very helpful too. -, And others such as "shut up and not sit still. Words to me until the end. "


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Adhd Alternatives To Medicine

Sunday, May 15th, 2011

adhd alternatives to medicine


Are there any alternative treatments to ADHD?

Diet, Auyervadic, Homeopathic medicines etc. I don’t enjoy the thought of being dependent on Adderell XR for the rest of my life

My spouse has ADHD and he is in his late 40’s. He saw a therapist and the therapist recommended to his family doctor that he take Adderall or Ritalin. He had a bad reaction to it and refuses to take medicine of any kind now other than antibiotics or blood pressure medications.

Below are some things we do now (I try to help him my husband out as much as I can. I often think I have ADD minus the H– myself!):

First, as corny as it sounds; learn to meditate, pray, or talk to a higher power.
This may be God, several gods; whomever, whatever—do this daily.

Second, when everything seems to be rushing in your head make a conscious effort to breathe deeply.

Your need to regroup may be at the most inopportune time!These two things can be done without anyone really knowing what is going on. If you must, excuse yourself and go to your car, or go to the bathroom to breathe or meditate for a few moments.

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Watch your diet. Avoid candy, carbonated beverages, and carbohydrates (potatoes, breads, pasta). Drink alot of water. Don’t drink alcohol or smoke thinking that either one helps you—They Don’t. Been there, done that.

Walk, walk, walk!!! If you do not have a place to walk, invest in a treadmill. Do your walking in the morning and/or afternoon. Hopefully you can walk outdoors as there is something about the fresh air and getting out of the house that is another plus in making you feel better. Avoid late evening exercise as this might interfere with your sleep.

Don’t listen to rap, heavy metal, or hard rock music. For real; although this might sound absurd–hear me out. For years my husband and I listened to heavy metal or hard rock; as we got older we noticed it made us uptight and tensed up. We still listen to it occasionally; but have opted for lighter rock and/or country. (Country music these days is light rock, anyway).

These are some suggestions from an old lady in her forties. I hope this info will be of some help to you.



Future Doc: ADD / ADHD Alternatives with Dr. James Biddle, Part 1

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