In celebration of ADHD Awareness Month this October, please find a list of our most popular ADHD articles. These are not only our most visited articles about ADHD in children but also represent key topics for parents to better understand what their ADHD child goes through on a daily basis and how to help him or her navigate through attention issues, hyperactivity and impulsivity.
A search on the Internet results in a lot information about essential oils for ADHD children. If used carefully you may very well find that essential oils enhance focus in children with ADHD and attention issues. Essential oils are not a cure, but it seems they can be used to calm your child and may help to improve concentration.
Can you tell if your child’s behavioral struggles are symptoms of sensory processing disorder or ADHD? As experts debate whether ADHD is overdiagnosed and how to improve the diagnostic process, parents need help to better understand symptoms of both disorders.
Studies have shown that eating foods high in protein, controlling sugar intake, and avoiding artificial additives can go a long way towards managing ADHD naturally. The following foods are kid-friendly and offer nutrients that are commonly known to improve cognitive function.
While sleep may be hard to come by for kids with neuro-developmental disorders, even moderate sleep gains (30 more minutes each night) can lead to improved alertness and better behavior in school-aged children. Find below eight tips to calm your child before bedtime and help him or her get more restorative sleep.
If you are a parent of a child with ADHD or learning differences, there are some materials that can help your child perform better in the classroom. By getting the right back to school supplies, you can help the transition to be as simple and stress-free as possible.
If you suspect your child has ADHD or has already been diagnosed with ADHD, contact us online or find a center near you to learn more about how the Brain Balance Program can help.