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Recognizing the 7 types of ADD and how to properly care for yours
Healing A.D.D. at Home in 30 days

The inability to follow through with tasks and ideas is a hallmark symptom of ADD. This is why Dr. Daniel Amen has developed this 30 days program. By implementing small, frequent changes, we can establish healthier habits that will stick long-term.

What is ADD?

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), also called Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), is a neurological disorder that causes a range of problems that can have negative impacts at school, at work, at home, and in relationships.

Who has ADD?

Both adults and children are affected. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 20% of boys and 11% of girls are being diagnosed with the condition. It is estimated that 4.4% of American adults have ADD.

What are some of the consequences of ADD?

Statistics show that 33% of kids with ADD never finish high school (3 times the national average) so they end up in jobs that don’t pay well. According to one study from Harvard, 52% of people with untreated ADD abuse drugs or alcohol. Untreated ADD is also associated with an increased risk of depression, obesity, divorce, and incarceration.

What are the core symptoms of ADD?

This course will introduce you to the 5 hallmark symptoms of ADD, including:[FS1] A short attention span for everyday tasks (e.g., chores) Distractibility Procrastination Organization problems Poor internal supervision (e.g., speaking before thinking, impulsivity)

What Causes ADD?

Although genetics, maternal alcohol or drug use, birth trauma, jaundice, brain infections, and head trauma can play a causative role in ADD symptoms, the increase in people being diagnosed with it is likely related to influences in our world today that negatively affect brain function, including: Limited physical education in school Excessive use of video games Diets filled with processed foods Exposure to environmental toxins (i.e., pesticides in food)

Who can benefit from this course?

Parents of children who have ADD and adults with the condition can benefit from this course.

Do I need to be a doctor or scientist to understand the material in this course?

No! None of the material in this course is hard to learn. It is designed to be fun, informative, and practical. You can take what you learn and start implementing it in your life today!

How can this course help those with ADD?

This course will provide you with a better understanding of ADD and its root causes, as well as science-backed strategies to better manage symptoms.

Let's Get Started on Healing A.D.D. at home in 30 days!