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ADHD? Omega-3 reduces ADHD symptoms

ADHD? Omega-3 reduces ADHD symptoms in rats – A new multidisciplinary study shows a clear connection between the intake of omega-3 fatty acids and a decline in ADHD symptoms in rats. 164 more words


Drug blocks light sensors in eye that may trigger migraine attacks.

For many migraine sufferers, bright lights are a surefire way to exacerbate their headaches. And for some night-shift workers, just a stroll through a brightly lit parking lot during the morning commute home can be enough to throw off their body’s daily rhythms and make daytime sleep nearly impossible.

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7 Steps to Better Sleep

The College of Family Physicians of Canada reports that 30-40% of adults have some amount of sleeplessness in any given year. If you’re one of them or simply want to get more zzz’s without pills, read on. 454 more words


Secret salaries hurt worker performance, increase top-talent turnover

Pay secrecy might also hurt your work performance and prompt top talent to look for new jobs.

If salaries in your workplace are secret, there’s more at stake than the frustration of thinking coworkers who produce less than you might be getting paid more. 145 more words


Anger Can Set Off a Heart Attack

 In the two hours after an outburst of anger, the relative risk of angina and heart attack increased by nearly five times

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Neurofeedback Training Aimed to Improve Focused Attention and Alertness in Children With ADHD

Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, University of Louisville School of Medicine, Louisville, KY, USA

Neurofeedback is a nonpharmacological treatment for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). We propose that operant conditioning of electroencephalogram (EEG) in neurofeedback training aimed to mitigate inattention and low arousal in ADHD, will be accompanied by changes in EEG bands’ relative power. 109 more words


Featured Advocate: Mitzi from ADHD Who Knew? 8/7

Mitzi: I am an advocate because I was diagnosed with ADHD at age 49. Who knew my lifelong issues of anxiety, depression, insomnia and PTSD were directly linked to ADHD? 181 more words