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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most diagnosed childhood disorders, but children aren't the only ones who can be affected. This new infographic will help you to explain to your clients the types of ADHD, how symptoms can present themselves in various environments and tips to living with ADHD.
Improving attention isn’t just for kids
Claudia is an older woman has been diagnosed with demenita. Claudia's family wasn't really sure how to help her, so they reached out to Interactive Metronome®. With IM training, Claudia was able to improve and increase her attention.
IM Training Puts Harris on the “Write” Track
Harris was a bright young boy who was having some difficulty with school. He was having trouble concentrating and he struggled with his handwriting, both of which made it tough to complete assignments. After just a few weeks, IM training had helped Harris turn it around. Now he is finishing assignments, he is handling stress better and his writing speed has increased by a whopping 60%!
Beating ADHD with IM Training
Dean is a young boy with an all too common problem; he has ADHD and it is affecting his behavior and ability to complete assignments at school. Scratch that..."was affecting his behavior and ability to complete assignments at school." After just a few weeks of IM training, Dean is already working to control his impluses, he is more motivated and he is dominating spelling tests that used to give him difficulty. Read more to find out how Interactive Metronome changed Dean's life and how it can help you control ADHD without medication.
Breaking News: ADHD drugs greatly decrease academic performance in children, study finds
Exciting new research finally addresses the long-term effects of ADHD medication on academic performance. Researchers from Princeton University, Cornell University and the University of Toronto have teamed up to look at a growing problem in America, Quebec and the rest of the world--the use of stimulant medication to treat children with ADHD.
BrainBeat and ADHD
The consumer product BrainBeat® is making waves in the ADHD community by harnessing the power of Interactive Metronome® and Neurotiming® to enhance sustained attention, working memory and processing speed!
What do you know about Sluggish Cognitive Tempo (SCT)?
Attention disorders are on the rise in America. With so many kids being medicated for ADHD, what is the likelihood that there is another attention disorder actually at play? Some researchers think it very likely; in fact, many think that millions of kids are misdiagnosed. Read more to find out about a new condition, sluggish cognitive tempo (SCT).
Video gaming adults helping their brains!
Do you think video games make you dumber? If you said yes, you must not play video games! In fact, a video game recently proved that you might be getting dumber if you aren't training your brain. Find out how some video games can actually help train your brain to stave off the cognitive decline and the conditions that come with age.
DARE…to keep your kids off ADHD drugs?
Twenty year old National Institute of Mental Health study on ADHD treatment called into question! New research suggests that combination of behavior therapy and medication may ultimately provide best overall results for children with ADD/ADHD.
10 Tips to Keep ADHD Children Focused Over the Holidays
Do you remember last holiday season? A bit of a blur, hmm? You remember fighting the crowds on Black Friday, your in-laws extending their trip for an extra three days (insert picture of you pulling your hair out), the gifts and all of the cleaning up after the New Year. But, do you remember Kevin's book report? The one he put off until the night before he returned to school from holiday break?! He had three weeks to finish that book report, but something just kept getting in the way. This season, help your children stay on task and focused on a successful 2014. Just because children are out of school doesn't mean they should take a vacation from learning. Here are a few tips to turn any situation into an educational opportunity, or simply add some excitement to regular schoolwork.