Recharge Your Drained ADD/ADHD Brain
Simple Ways to Send More Energy to Your Brain
As I thought about it, I realized that I have lots of ADD/ADHD boosts. I work with a professional organizer. I have an ADD/ADHD coach. I admit to an embarrassing attachment to my labeler and to my wireless headset. I have a key finder on my keys, purse, camera, and cell phone.
Sometimes my ADD/ADHD boosts are unintentional. I was having some trouble with my right hip, so I made an appointment with a massage therapist. To my surprise, the twice-a-week massages opened up a new channel for me: I get so much done now. My mind is clearer and more focused. I wouldn’t have guessed that such indulgence could help my ADD/ADHD symptoms. But it did.
Medication doesn't have to be your only option. Learn how therapy, brain-training, certain foods, and more can help treat your attention deficit and hyperactivity.