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ADHD is complicated. It’s a neurological difference, often a disorder, and always a persecuted minority. ADHD is a problem due to dopamine and attention, a strength of creativity and humour, and a different personality type that doesn’t fit into an over-regulated environment. Here are some books to enlighten and inform.

Understanding

Sleep is the most most critical aspect to our health and wellbeing, more important to longevity and happiness than diet or exercise. Better health results in increased focus, less procrastination, more motivation and less struggle. There is a beneficial circle of better health resulting in reduced ADHD negative symptoms, resulting in improved effectiveness and better mood. The foundation to managing your ADHD is to focus on your wellbeing.

Organisation

Sleep is the most most critical aspect to our health and wellbeing, more important to longevity and happiness than diet or exercise. Better health results in increased focus, less procrastination, more motivation and less struggle. There is a beneficial circle of better health resulting in reduced ADHD negative symptoms, resulting in improved effectiveness and better mood. The foundation to managing your ADHD is to focus on your wellbeing.

Wellbeing

Sleep is the most most critical aspect to our health and wellbeing, more important to longevity and happiness than diet or exercise. Better health results in increased focus, less procrastination, more motivation and less struggle. There is a beneficial circle of better health resulting in reduced ADHD negative symptoms, resulting in improved effectiveness and better mood. The foundation to managing your ADHD is to focus on your wellbeing.

Childhood

ADHD kids may have problems with friends, school, sleep, and attention but they can also be funny, kind, insightful and wonderful too. There are some excellent books here to read and find effective ways of helping you ADHD child be happy and successful. The key is not to try to force them to be normal but to understand, accept and embrace their ADHD nature.
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