Monthly Archives: June 2015

Original Memory game

Name of the game: Original Memory Purpose : Played alone, Original Memory is a quiet activity for developing concentration and memory. With more players, it’s even more of a memory challenge to remember where the cards are that have already … Continue reading

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Study links exposure to common pesticide with ADHD in boys

A new study links a commonly used household pesticide with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children and young teens. The study found an association between pyrethroid pesticide exposure and ADHD, particularly in terms of hyperactivity and impulsivity, rather than inattentiveness. … Continue reading

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Lauching an exclusive page for ADHD on Fettlegenie

Fettle Genie brings you the latest information about ADD/ADHD along with all the most effective alternative therapies for healing adhd @ http://www.fettlegenie.com/adhd/home-page-adhd-without-medication.shtml This page would discuss about: 1. Holistic Therapies for healing ADD/ADHD 2. Latest ADHD News 3. ADHD & … Continue reading

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Superbrain yoga for ADHD

Do you know that Superbrain yoga is very helpful for ADHD? Superbrain Yoga a simple and effective technique to energize and recharge the brain is based on the principles of subtle energy and ear acupuncture. Studies on the effects of … Continue reading

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Focus Game

Name of the game: Focus Educational Game Purpose: Focus is essentially a fun behavior modification program for children with ADD/ADHD or anyone who needs help focusing better. Age: 6-18 Number of Players : Competitive and cooperative versions for 2-5 players, … Continue reading

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See a therapist before treating ADHD

The CDC’s new guidelines for treating young children for ADHD say that behavioral therapy is better than psychotropic medications because no one knows what the long-term effects of those drugs on developing brains will be. When high-rev, interruption-filled behavior might … Continue reading

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