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Managing Stress and Anxiety with Nutrition, Daily Walks and Water Intake

A study that was published April 17 in the journal Psychiatric Services stated that an estimated 8.3 million American adults suffer from stress, anxiety and depression! Stress is part and parcel of life and in balance can actually be healthy.  It keeps us motivated, helps us get out of bed in the morning and can be …

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In 2018 Go From ‘I Can’t’ To ‘I Can:’ Learn Scientifically Proven Ways to Make Changes

As an educator, I have heard the phrase ‘I can’t do XYZ’ several times, most often this phrase was used in conjunction with words such as ‘math,’ ‘science,’ ‘problem’ and ‘test.’ When we think about it through the academic lens, all of the combination of those words sound harmless — because so what if we …

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The link between aggression, night awakenings, and gastrointestinal dysfunction

I received a tweet regarding this topic and found that there is a book written,The Un-Prescription for Autism. It shares the basic GI support protocols to support vibrant health, and get a good’s night sleep.  It is written by Janet Lintala (Author),‎ Elizabeth Mumper MD FAAP (Foreword),‎ Martha W. Murphy (Contributor). By clicking on the picture …

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Free Webinar Replay: Breathe In, Breathe Out: A Mindfulness Guide for Teens with ADHD

“Mindfulness is paying attention to the moment with kindness and curiosity”It can be done anytime and any where.  As your know, mindful meditation is a rapidly growing and consistently effective alternative treatment for ADHD. But how do you get your teen — who is more likely to trust his Instagram followers than you — to practice it? Believe …

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A Brain Changer for ADHDers? Neurofeedback’s Effect on Brain Waves

Neurofeedback has long been touted as a non-medical, non-invasive treatment for ADHD, but many experts remain skeptical. Unlike medication, neurofeedback hasn’t been tested in many well-designed, double-blind studies, which makes it hard to tell if positive results are based on the treatment itself or on other confounding factors like the placebo effect. Now, however, a new …

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Well Done! 5 Tips for Giving Positive Feedback at Work or Home!

“Great job! We couldn’t have done it without you!” “Excellent effort. Keep up the good work!” “Thumbs up all around, team!” If such words of encouragement are heard often around your office/home, good job! Engaging your staff/family by regularly giving them positive feedback is probably one of the most important things you can do as …

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