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ADHD and Nicotine

It only takes ONE! It only takes one puff of smoke from a cigarette for a person to start developing a nicotine dependency. Nicotine addiction has always been a rising health issue, but more recently it has become an alarming health issue for our younger adults. Young adults are being targeted by nicotine and vaping products, and are able to share such products with other students on school grounds.

Non Smoking Image SM 83289How does this affect your children who have ADHD? In a recent study done by
Duke University...

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Work It Out: Exercise As A Natural Remedy!

Exercise is a proven way to train one’s body and mind. There are so many health benefits from exercise that people everywhere are starting to incorporate it into their daily habits. People are monitoring their sleeping and walking habits through smart devices, trying out different healthy food trends, and even waking up early for the occasional yoga class. Our bodies and minds only get stronger when exercise becomes a priority. Exercise is also able to help those that experience ADHD symptoms...

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3 Secrets for Making ADHD Organization Strategies Work for You

As you begin to bring out your holiday decorations, ask yourself one question. Can you be more organized? Organization and planning are essential to help manage stress, accomplish goals, and lower stress levels. The skill of organization is often difficult for children and adults with ADHD. The lack of organization leads to stress, cause plans to fall through, and trigger negative ADHD symptoms. As you are going back and forth to the storage room, try some of these helpful tips from Additude...

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Take Time & Be Thankful For Yourself

As you prepare for the holiday season, make a plan to take care of yourself. It can be difficult to accommodate friends and family, and even more difficult to carve out time for yourself. It is important for our cognitive and overall health that we take the necessary steps to be our best selves. By trying some of these great tips, your body will be thankful for you this holiday season! 

Mindfulness Meditation: Meditation is a great way to begin making time for yourself. Just by separating...

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