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7 Tips to Help You Wake Up In The Morning When You Have ADHD

By Jamie | May 4, 2020 |

In this blog, we explore the question “How do you wake up in the morning when you have ADHD?” and share 7 simple but powerful tried and tested strategies to help make this easier for you. To wake up in the morning is not something that people with ADHD take for granted. We can really…

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Can People With ADHD be Hypnotised

By Jamie | March 12, 2020 |

  You might be thinking that ADHD Hypnotherapy sounds good in theory, but can people with ADHD be hypnotised, that is the question. The answer may surprise you. Not only can people with ADHD be hypnotised, but there may even be reason to believe that children and adults with ADHD may in fact share characteristics…

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10 Rules for Life: How to Be Successful with ADHD

By Jamie | February 1, 2020 |

In this blog we’re exploring the 10 mental shifts that we need to make, like guidelines or “rules” for life, that help you to be successful with ADHD. Having a brain that works differently, you need to think a little differently. The way you think will lead to different actions, and these in turn will…

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Sugar and ADHD: Does Sugar Make ADHD Worse?

By Jamie | March 23, 2019 |

In this report, we take a look at Sugar and ADHD. Whilst very few would seriously think that sugar could be the sole cause of ADHD, it’s reasonable to wonder: “Could sugar make ADHD worse?” In this report, we look at the research on Sugar and ADHD, and in Part 2 we get practical by looking…

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6 Steps to Goal Setting with Self Hypnosis

By Jamie | February 26, 2019 |

In this article I will show you how to improve your goal setting with self hypnosis, to tap into the power of your subconscious mind to help you achieve even greater results.  When you have ADHD, it’s not so much about working harder, but smarter. For those of us with ADHD, this simple but powerful goal…

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How to Fine Tune and Test Your Goals for Success

By Jamie | February 5, 2019 |

In this blog I was going to share with you the SMART goal setting system, which is one system that you can use to fine tune and test your goals, but then I realised that everyone else is already sharing that system. So I decided: why not share something a little different?  It’s a system…

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ADHD Friendly Goal Setting and How to Master It

By Jamie | January 30, 2019 |

Part 2 of the “ADHD Friendly Goal Setting Series” Don’t worry if you’ve never done Goal Setting before, or if you don’t like the idea, because I promise that in this article I will show you how to master ADHD friendly Goal Setting in the easiest way possible. If you haven’t read it already, please…

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Why the Growth Mindset Could Be the Best Christmas Present You Ever Give

By Jamie | December 16, 2018 |

Do you or your children see failure and mistakes as a bad thing? Are your children more likely to give up after failure? Do you tend to tell your children they are “clever” or say “well done for making an effort?” Would you be surprised if I told you that the former message to your…

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ADHD Brain Differences Do not necessarily mean Unchangeable

By Jamie | December 1, 2018 |

Published in the highly respected The Lancet Psychiatry, researchers looked at the brain volumes of 3,200 people with ADHD. They found brain differences in those areas of the brain that would correlate with the problems ADHD children and adults report, proving it’s a real condition, it’s not just our imagination, and disproving the claim “everyone…

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The ADHD Solution launches this October during ADHD Awareness Month

By Jamie | October 6, 2018 |

Every October is the time of year when mental health experts and providers, as well as those diagnosed with ADHD themselves, promote the cause of ADHD during ADHD Awareness Month https://www.adhdawarenessmonth.org/ With an estimated 5% of children and 3% of adults having ADHD (1.5 million in the UK), that makes it the most common behavioural…

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