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What Clutter Does to Your Brain

There is Great Mental Power to Be Had in a Place of Peace …and great frustration to be had in a cluttered, visually noisy environment! Do you have a fortress of solitude where there is no visual noise to interfere with your budding big-ass ideas and potent problem-solving? I do. I always say,
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Memory Tips for the ADHD Brain, Part 1

I'm still a criminal. I admit it. In my dark, pre-ADHD-diagnosis past, I was a grand larcenist. But the only things I steal these days are magazines. From doctors' waiting rooms. And a while back, while waiting for my ADHD meds prescription, I took a five-finger discount on a report
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Finding Alternative ADHD Treatment in Our Dark Past

I was interviewed a while back by Jeff Copper on Attention Talk Radio. They've on occasion done interviews with various folks called "behind the scenes" – a sort of "unplugged" version of the show where ADHD personalities can let loose with tales of the darker/funnier side of their ADD. My Undiagnosed
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What Causes ADD?

Medical professionals have been documenting kids showing inattentiveness, impulsivity and hyperactivity for over 100 years. Since that time, ADD has been given many various names, like minimal brain dysfunction and hyperkinetic reaction of childhood, among the stranger-sounding. With the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, fourth edition (DSM-IV), it's been officially renamed
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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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