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Archive for December, 2013

Friday, December 13th, 2013

Dr. Hallowell: A Survival Guide to Managing ADHD and the Holidays

Dr. Hallowell offers the following tips to help cross out some items on your holiday to do list to remain sane in this CrazyBusy world:

1. Shop smart and shop early.  Last minute shopping is a big no.  There’s too much pressure.  So start as early as possible.

2. Make a list of people you need to buy for and don’t buy too many gifts for each person.  That will keep the process from becoming too daunting.
Read more Dr. Hallowell’s Holiday Stress-Busting Tips!

Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013

Dr. Hallowell: How to Scratch the ADHD Restless and Unsatisfied Itch

How to Scratch the ADHD Itch

Attention deficit can leave us restless and unsatisfied. Chase those painful feelings away with these feel-good tricks.

Some experts speculate that, because of genetics, people with ADHD experience pleasure less often than those who do not have the ADHD genes. It is common for those of us with ADHD to try to “scratch” this unsatisfied itch with unhealthy options.

Dr. Hallowell offers healthy alternative options to help you feel better inside and out in this ADDitude Article.

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