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Why Exercise Should be Part of Your Retirement Plan

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The symptoms of ADHD affect our attention, memory, and executive functioning. These symptoms may become worse as we reach retirement age. Scientists are still researching exactly what brain changes cause executive function to decline in old age.  However, studies do indicate that consistent exercise can help us delay this decline. A recent report by Medical News Today reviews…

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A Diet That May Reduce ADHD Symptoms

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A Diet That May ReduceADHD Symptoms The Ketogenic diet is very low in carbohydrates and high in fats. Most ADHD diets tell you to increase healthy fats and protein and reduce refined carbohydrates which can regulate blood sugar. This can also reduce mood swings and improve attention. ADDitudemag.com recently published an article reviewing whether the Keto diet…

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NEW Study: How Schools Can Better Support Children with ADHD

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New Study: How Schools Can Better Support Children with ADHD  New research is offering clearer guidance on how schools can better support children with ADHD to improve symptoms and maximize academic outcomes. The study being led by the University of Exeter and involving researchers at the EPPI-Centre (University College London), analyzed available research on non-medication…

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Childhood Aggression Linked to Poor Executive Function

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Childhood Aggression Linked to Deficits in Executive Function You may have heard it from teachers and counselors, "Your child has ADHD and weak Executive Function." Executive Function is a term used to explain brain processes needed to plan, prioritize, and organize. Executive Function helps us avoid procrastination, make good decisions by avoiding impulsive behaviors, and…

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