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Lies ADHD Adults Tell and Really Believe

OK, that’s not a very polite way to open a Crusher blog – calling ourselves liars. But we’re all liars, including me. I co-hosted a great ADDA Webinar recently with the brilliant Eric Tivers, who laid out what he calls “Top Lies People with ADHD Tell Themselves…and Really Believe”. Whoppers such
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What Is ADHD?

Lots of people ask the question, What is ADHD? There's some confusion over it, and some myths, as well. Adult ADHD, or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, used to be classified as a distinct but similar condition from ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) reflecting the presence of hyperactive behavior. But recently, experts have
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What is ADD?

  We hear this term used in all kinds of contexts – “our ADD world”, “my dog is totally ADD”, etc.  But ADD -- and the preferred, new ‘umbrella’ term, ADHD (see also ADD vs ADHD) -- is a real disorder affecting hundreds of millions of people around the world, including around
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Feed Your Brain – With the Right Diet

As we get geared up to go back to school or get back in the throes of regularly scheduled work, let's take a moment to ponder our ADHD brain and its particular back-to-school/work needs... Heed the ADHD Diet-Brain Research...and the Rules More and more research is confirming that the ADDer has unique
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ADD Diet

If you’ve seen Video I, Way 1: Feed Your Brain, you know my mantra that, “If you’re eating a donut for breakfast, you're kicking your own ass down the street!” Diet is -- along with exercise and proper sleep -- the most POWERFUL and FUNDAMENTAL of all natural ADD remedies for
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ADD and ADHD Symptoms

Everyone – ADDer or not – can have difficulty focusing, sitting still, or completing a complex task. But when these problems are so pronounced and frequent that they impede one’s progress in school, career, relationships, etc., then they may be symptoms of ADHD. Most often, ADHD symptoms first appear in early
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