Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Help with Focus, Attention & Hyperactivity
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is characterized by developmentally inappropriate levels of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsive behavior. ADHD can often cause significant impairment in daily functioning, both at home and at school.
Research has shown that these ADHD symptoms are tied to weak connections across different regions of the brain. The good news is, we know that these connections, or information pathways, in the brain can change and develop in a way that may lead to improvements in these symptoms.
In fact, a Harvard study found that Brain Balance's a non-drug cognitive training program leads a significant reduction in ADHD index scores, discernible changes in hyperactivity, enhanced cognitive attention, and reductions in oppositional behavior. The study also concluded that the Brain Balance Program is as effective as low-dose stimulant medication in alleviating ADHD symptoms in children.
Brain Balance exercises and activities are uniquely designed to help strengthen and build new connections by using a combination of physical, sensory, and cognitive activities. More efficient connections, or information pathways, in the brain can lead to improvements in cognitive tasks (focus, memory, learning, comprehension, reasoning) and executive functioning (behaviors, emotions, organization, self-motivation and problem solving).
What can be done?
We work every day with kids and adults struggling with focus, attention and associated ADHD symptoms. A person’s ability to focus and regulate their emotions and behavior relies heavily on brain connectivity. The Brain Balance program is uniquely designed to focus on building brain connectivity and improving the foundation of development, rather than implementing coping strategies for life. Even better, parents reported 53% improvement in their child’s happiness following the completion of the Brain Balance Program.1
If you are looking for a different approach that gets to the root of these symptoms, let’s talk. An assessment can help to identify opportunities so we can talk about an action plan.
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It is important to speak directly with your doctor concerning the presence or confirmation of any diagnosis of a developmental or learning disorder. Brain Balance does not diagnose or treat disorders.