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Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

Helping adults and children with ADHD in a pandemic world

The pandemic era’s unstructured uncertainty has weighed heavily on those with ADHD, who struggle with planning, motivation, and attention, but psychologists are working to get them back on track.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

To Control Your Life, Control What You Pay Attention To

To be consistently productive and manage stress better, we must strengthen our skill in attention management.

Psychology | Parenting and Kids

ADHD Help for Kids: Try Omega-3 Fish Oil

A new international study finds that omega-3 fish oil can actually treat ADHD symptoms in certain children just as much as leading ADHD medications.

Health & Fitness | Sleep

Why You Can’t Think Straight When You’re Sleep Deprived | Psychology Today

It’s difficult to identify a cognitive skill that isn’t affected by sleep, and compromised by sleep deprivation.

Health & Fitness | Sleep

How Your Sleep Can Impact Distraction Levels | Psychology Today

There are countless distractions challenging us in modern life. Your sleep habits can make it better—or worse.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Curcumin, Commonly Found In Indian Food, Improves Memory, Mood, Attention - Study Finds

Curcumin, an ingredient found in many common Indian spices, such as curry, has been found to improve the mood and memory of people with mild, age-related memory loss, according to research by scientists at UCLA.

Psychology | Parenting and Kids

Under our noses: ADHD & Sleep

I tend to read the papers, such as those linking obstructive sleep apnea and ADHD, which support my contention that sleep deprivation is a major contributor.

Psychology | Parenting and Kids

Why Kids Shouldn’t Sit Still in Class

Movement stimulates the brain and may help students become better learners.

Health & Fitness | Health News

Increase Attention With Oldest Technique of All (Forget Brain Training)

While 'brain training' games have become popular, there is a better way to increase attention, new research suggests.

News | News Items

There's a Scientific Reason Why You're Ignoring People, Study Says

It's not your fault you didn't hear your partner while watching TV