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ADHD & Sleep

Posted on: October 18th, 2022

Does ADD make you tired? Sleep disturbances caused by ADHD have been overlooked for a number of reasons, including the late age of onset. But recent studies confirm that ADD symptoms do not go away at night. Here, understand the ADHD and sleep link and common manifestations. Trouble Falling Asleep …

Neurofeedback Training & ‘Chemo Brain’

Posted on: October 11th, 2022

Neurofeedback has the potential to alleviate symptoms of “brain fog” and cognitive impairments associated with chemotherapy. Restoring normal functioning in the brains of cancer patients through neurofeedback could potentially alleviate the mental fogginess that many patients report after treatment, according to a new pilot study from UCLA researchers. The study …

ADHD & The Nervous System

Posted on: October 4th, 2022

Easily bored, sensitive to distractions, creative, and intense. If you grew up with ADHD symptoms, chances are you always felt “different.” Now here’s a scientific explanation of the neurological underpinnings of behaviors and feelings associated with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Learn about the ADHD nervous system! Most adults with ADHD …

Neurofeedback Training in a Clinical Setting: The Basics

Posted on: September 28th, 2022

Let’s take a look at what you can generally expect from neurofeedback training programs all over the country. Please note that each individual clinic will probably slightly differ in some ways from the items mentioned in this article. Before booking a session, it is important to find a qualified professional …

Inattentive ADHD & Maladaptive Daydreaming

Posted on: September 21st, 2022

People with inattentive ADHD are often called “daydreamers” and chided for getting lost in their thoughts. But sometimes a wandering ADHD mind is mistaken for maladaptive daydreaming (MD), a condition that involves a different form of inattention. What Is Maladaptive Daydreaming? People with maladaptive daydreaming have intentional, vivid, all-consuming daydreams …

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