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Research shows that mindfulness can be a powerful tool for improving executive function and promoting overall well-being. By reducing stress, regulating emotions, and increasing self-awareness, individuals can improve their ability to plan, organize, focus, and regulate their behavior. Mindfulness is a simple yet powerful tool that can have a positive impact on academic, professional, and personal success. Join our webinar to learn how by incorporating mindfulness into our daily routines, we can make it a habit and reap its benefits on a regular basis.
Rejection sensitive dysphoria is a little known symptom of ADHD and causes difficulty in regulating emotions when facing rejection. RSD leads to intense, severe emotional pain in response to perceived rejection, criticism, or failure. We will explore the causes of RSD and what you can do to manage rejection sensitivity.
No matter what the cause, memory deficits occur to many of us at every age. Working memory allows you to store information long enough to use it in the short term, focus on a task, and remember what to do next
Learn about ADHD and compulsive lying.
Is lying a result of trying to avoid boring tasks, a lack of impulse control, or a coping mechanism?
We will look at the connection between ADHD and lying and discuss some strategies that can help to break the habit of lying.
This is a fascinating look at what can be achieved when we unite the brain and advanced technology!
Can neurotechnology reduce your stress, improve your focus and productivity, or enhance your life? Can it even make you smarter?
Join Peter Freer, founder and CEO of Play Attention, as he discusses the latest research and developments in neurotechnology.
Individuals with ADHD often experience shorter sleep times, problems falling asleep, and difficulties staying asleep. Lack of sleep can exacerbate ADHD symptoms and even lead to physical illness, behavioral issues, and mood changes.
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