ADHD and Tapping – Emotional Freedom Technique

Are you stressed out? Join the the club! I just recently heard that we are the most stressed out in the United States than we’ve been in any other point in time. That’s the general population too. As we know when we have ADD / ADHD we are more prone stress and overwhelm than the…

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Motivation, Willpower and Mood

It’s been a great few weeks on ADHD Support Talk Radio. I was joined by 3 awesome ADHD guest Experts and we had 3 shows with interesting and helpful topics. If you haven’t listened yet (or would like to listen again) you can listen by clicking the links below or by subscribing to ADHD Support Talk Radio as a…

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Get to Sleep!

How are you sleeping? If you are watching the news or on social media right before bed you probably aren’t sleeping as well as you could be. Sleeping one of the most important parts of effective self-care. As a person with ADD / ADHD getting enough sleep is vitally important. Getting the right amount of…

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Have Trouble Sleeping with ADD / ADHD?

On Tuesday night Alan Brown gave a great Teleseminar about Strategies for better Productivity at ADDClasses.com. One of the things Alan touched upon was Sleep and ADD / ADHD. During the live Teleseminar we received a lot questions about Sleep. People were also talking a lot about their sleeping challenges in the chat room. Because of…

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ADD / ADHD and Sleep Resources

Here are some great resources for ADD / ADHD and Sleep: Earlier this year Dr. Roberto Olivardia joined me on ADHD Support Talk Radio to talk about Sleep Problems and ADD/ ADHD. This was one of our most popular ADHD Support Talk Radio Shows. Dr. Olivardia also presented a Teleseminar at ADDClasses.com about ADD /…

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Dealing with a Bad Night’s Sleep

I am in a group with some other ADHD Coaches and this week we decided that our blogs would focus on sleep. One of the things we decided to blog about was what to do when we don’t get enough sleep. When we came up with this idea it had been quite a while since…

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ADHD, Exercise, and Sleep

Last week Jennifer Koretsky wrote the blog entry: 3 Tips to Restful Sleep. She gave some tips and also asked readers for their tips. Here’s my tip: I’ve been exercising regularly during 2009 and was recently encouraged to increase my exercise. Over the past couple of week I’ve been exercising a lot more than usual.…

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Daylight-Saving Time

I can’t believe that next weekend is going to be the beginning Daylight-Saving Time. We are supposed to set our clocks ahead one hour on March 11th. I have mixed feeling about Daylight-Saving Time beginning so early this year. I’m looking forward to it staying light out later but I’m not looking forward having to…

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Attention Deficit Disorder and Help Falling Asleep

Falling asleep can be a real challenge for many people with Attention Deficit Disorder. There are just so many thoughts going through the mind of a person with ADD. Sometimes we need help slowing those thoughts down before we can actually get to sleep. Some people have found their own ways to do this like…

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