Part of knowing my worth is remembering what I’ve accomplished

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Life with ADHD can get pretty hectic — especially if you’re like me and have the industrious, “driven by a motor,” always needing to do something, never able to relax variety. At the end of the day, I want...

How to remember the little stuff, when and where you need to remember it

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Use the player above to listen to the text of this post. To receive expanded versions of new audio posts and other bonus content in your favorite podcast app, become a supporter of The ADHD Homestead on Patreon.To survive everyday life with...

Why our ADHD family opted out of in-person school (for now)

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Use the player above to listen to the text of this post. To receive expanded versions of new audio posts and other bonus content in your favorite podcast app, become a supporter of The ADHD Homestead on Patreon.Our school district resumed in-person...

Childhood cognitive problems could lead to mental health issues in later life — ScienceDaily

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Children experiencing cognitive problems such as low attention, poor memory or lack of inhibition may later suffer mental health issues as teenagers and young adults, a new study reveals. Targeting specific markers in childhood for early treatment may help...

Adult ADHD and Anger – Edge Foundation

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About 70 percent of adults with ADHD report problems with emotional dysregulation, which includes difficulty managing anger. In adulthood, this inability to regulate anger can damage social life, personal relationships and careers. How Anger Can Manifest in Individuals with ADHD Here...

Software Assisted Treatments for ADHD

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Results from two recent studies indicate that software can be an important adjunct to conventional ADHD treatment. Mindfulness Practice via an App The first, a small study, focused on how regular mindfulness exercises, conducted using the Headspace mobile app, might affect...

The Financial Impact of Untreated ADHD

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Studies have estimated the prevalence of adult ADHD in the U.S. between 2.5 and 4.4 percent, with a 5.4 percent diagnosis rate in men compared to a 3.2 percent diagnosis rate in women. Many adults with ADHD were never...

Was ADHD an Evolutionary Advantage?

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Why is ADHD So Prevalent? Modern research has shown that a number of genetic variants are most likely responsible for the neurodevelopmental disorder we call ADHD. These ADHD genetic variants is surprisingly persistent. About 6.1 million children in the U.S....

For Children with ADHD: Better Sleep Means Better Performance

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Sleep Problems for Children with ADHD It has been estimated that over 70 percent of children with ADHD have problems with sleep. This can take many forms: Difficulty getting the child into bed. Child’s anxiety at bedtime Insomnia A delayed sleep phase Needing certain things...

Jessica McCabe – Creating a Home for the ADHD Tribe

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Jessica McCabe is probably familiar to many of the readers of this blog. Her YouTube videos have appeared in a number of posts to help explain different aspects of ADHD. But her personal story may not be as well...

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Reinventing my weekly planners [a few approaches that worked for me]...

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Hi everyone!tl;dr - read the headlines below, pick what sounds interesting, don't overdo itHere's some planning and reality check systems that (more or less)...

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