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Can Coffee Cure Your ADHD?

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Scientists have observed that lower levels of dopamine are associated with symptoms of ADHD. A study published in European Neuropsychopharmacology shows that caffeine appears to normalize levels of dopamine and improve concentration in people with ADHD. Does that mean it can be used as treatment? Additudemag.com released an article discussing the truth about caffeine for ADHD. Here are a few key…

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How School Stress Negatively Affects Your Child’s Brain – What you can do to help

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How School Stress Negatively Affects Your Child's BrainWhat You Can Do to Help Stress is defined by the American Psychological Association as; any uncomfortable "emotional experience accompanied by predictable biochemical, physiological and behavioral changes. Some stress can be beneficial for our well being; however, when stressors become chronic this is when it can affect our health.” Chronic…

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Migraines and ADHD.

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Migraines and ADHD Are they co-occurring? As cases of both ADHD and migraines are on the rise, researchers are now starting to consider if there is a correlation between ADHD and migraines. They are also researching why they might co-occur. Migraines are extremely painful and often debilitating. Professionals who treating individuals with ADHD are starting…

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Exercise to manage anxiety.

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When you have ADHD, emotions can be more intense, harder to manage, and can get in the way of everyday life. Anxiety is one emotion that is often exacerbated by ADHD. The National Resource Center on ADHD states that about 50% of adults and 30% of children with ADHD are also diagnosed with Anxiety Disorder.…

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Symptoms of ADHD

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Does your child have symptoms of ADHD?  The symptoms tend to be noticed at an early age and become more obvious when a child's circumstances change, such as when they start school.  Most cases are diagnosed when children are between six and 12 years old...many children go through phases of being restless or inattentive and…

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