ADHD starts in childhood, but can often remain undiagnosed for many years due to misunderstanding about the condition and bias by others for what they see as ‘bad behavior’. Many people thing the child has bad manners, when in fact their medical condition is triggering what is seen as undesirable behavior. A child with ADHD
It is calculated that over 32 million people are fulfilling the role of unpaid caregiver to a loved one. As parents age, and indeed people are living longer than ever before, and couples put off having children, many people are also ending up as “Tweens,” performing a caregiving role for both an older parent or
Caregiver burn out is the phrase commonly used to refer to a person looking after a loved one at home, usually full-time. They may need to look after their loved one due to some form of physical or mental disability. In the process of looking after them, the caregiver may start to neglect themselves and
For such tiny people, babies can be very, very expensive. You’ve got to feed them, diaper them and clothe them. They need bath supplies and laundry detergents that are suitable for sensitive baby skin. They need a crib and a car seat, and playpens and strollers are also must-haves for many parents. Some parents are
With a growing number of children now being diagnosed with ADHD, many parents have started to investigate natural remedies to help relieve the symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder before trying prescription medications. There is nothing wrong with this as some children donâ€™t have symptoms that are overly aggressive and can easily manage them naturally.
In the first part of this article, we looked at 5 ways to cope with a family member who has ADHD, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. In this part of the article, here are 5 more useful tips to help you adn your family deal with a diagnosis of ADHD. 6. Change Your Diet There is
There is some confusion over the definition of the medical terms ADD and ADHD due to the changing definitions of these two health conditions over the past 40 or so years since they have been studied in detail. It this article, we will discuss the main differences between the two, and the reasons for the
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‘Tis the season for fun summer foods, but do you REALLY need all that food coloring in your cakes, frosting, candy and other treats? Red, white and blue for the 4th of July, summer ice pops, Jell-O and more, are all full of artificial colorings. Artificial food coloring has been linked to a range of