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About fettlegenie

Being a health advisor, fettlegenie.com provides vital health and wellness information required for attaining vibrant health along with the information of the top health conditions and the most effective ways of healing them holistically. We are a group of alternative therapists from various branches of holistic therapies. Aromatherapy, Reflexology, Acupressure Massage, Reiki, Emotional Freedom Therapy, Pranic Healing, Nutrition therapy are some of our areas of expertise. We provide information of complementary and alternative medical practices for treating various conditions which might either supplement or work better than conventional treatments. In short Fettle Genie is one stop resource for attaining vibrant physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health holistically.

Dysglycemia Diet: Types Of Food Affecting ADHD

ADHD triggering food not only takes it toll on kids, but on their parents, as well. Even though sugar generally is not yet a proven cause of increased Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) cases, too much sugar or too little … Continue reading

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ADHD rates level off after 2011 guidelines

Since a standardized approach to ADHD diagnoses was introduced five years ago, diagnosis rates among preschoolers have leveled off, a new study finds. The American Academy of Pediatrics study comes after the organization advocated for behavior therapy over medication therapy … Continue reading

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Talking to Parents About Behavioral Treatment for ADHD

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends behavioral intervention to be the first-line approach when working with preschool-aged or very young children who have ADHD. A combined approach is suggested when considering older kids and adolescents, which may include behavioral parent … Continue reading

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Music Training May Help Treat Autism And ADHD In Kids

Taking music lessons increases brain connections in children and may be useful in treating autism and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), a new study has found. The researchers studied 23 healthy children between the ages of five and six years … Continue reading

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An Intervention to Promote Sleep and Reduce ADHD Symptoms

A recent study concluded that children with ADHD benefit from standardized sleep assessments. Those with sleep disorders show both a significant improvement in sleep quality and a significant reduction in ADHD symptoms when provided with a patient-specific sleep hygiene routine … Continue reading

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Can Mental Illness Be Prevented In The Womb?

Every day in the United States, millions of expectant mothers take a prenatal vitamin on the advice of their doctor. The counsel typically comes with physical health in mind: folic acid to help avoid fetal spinal cord problems; iodine to … Continue reading

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Inhibitory motor control problems may be unique identifier in adults with ADHD

Young adults diagnosed with ADHD may display subtle physiological signs that could lead to a more precise diagnosis, according to Penn State researchers. In a recent study, young adults with ADHD, when performing a continuous motor task, had more difficulty … Continue reading

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Decoding human thoughts may help people with ADHD

If you think your mind stops wandering when you’re doing nothing, think again. Canadian researchers have developed a new framework for understanding how human thoughts flow, even at rest and thus help people with various mental illness like attention deficit … Continue reading

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Research by campus scientists suggests environmental toxins can accumulate in fetuses

A study published Friday featuring UC Berkeley researchers found that a variety of environmental chemicals were more concentrated in fetuses than in the pregnant mothers who were exposed to them — a discovery that complicates previous research. The study examined … Continue reading

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Teens With ADHD Report More Concussion Symptoms

Teenage athletes with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are more likely than their peers to report concussion-like symptoms during preseason baseline tests, a new study suggests. “This may lead us to refine the ways we use baseline concussion tests. Right now it’s … Continue reading

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