ADHD can impact both short term and long term memory, and impede learning. But these challenges can be overcome.
Every year, many of us go through the ritual of making New Year’s resolutions. It feels like the appropriate time to review the past year’s successes and disappointments, and make a fresh start, with a new set of goals. That is often easier said than done for most people, especially if you have ADHD. Here are some alternatives to the New Year’s resolution.
If you have ADHD, time insensitivity can create many problems. But it doesn’t have to. Gaining an understanding of time insensitivity and having strategies to manage it can help you manage your activities, be more productive and keep your commitments. Here are some tips to help you overcome ADHD time insensitivity.
Hyperfocus can be one of those “gifts of ADHD” that can lead to quite extraordinary accomplishments. It can also lead to wasted time and social disconnection if you don’t set up a strategy to help you manage it. By anticipating the impacts of your hyperfocus and using such a strategy, you can reap its benefits and avoid its disadvantages.
ADHD can lead to overeating and excessive weight gain. Over time, this can result in other health problems. However, the food and exercise routines you build as part of an informed dieting plan can keep you in good health throughout your life. Here are some tips for building a weight loss plan you can stick with.
Individual with ADHD can struggle with cognitive issues. So-called “brain training” games or apps have been offered as one way for them to improve concentration, organization skills, and memory. Part of the key to success with these tools is knowing which ones work best for your situation, and how to use them to maximum advantage. Here are some tips for getting the most out of brain training apps.