Pseudo versus Real ADD

Just when you were getting comfortable with the thought that you or a loved one might have ADD, here’s something that’s likely to catch you off guard: there is such a thing known as pseudo-ADD, or an Add type illness born out of the society in which we live!


Think about symptoms of ADD and then think about what characteristics seem to be prevalent in our culture? Continue reading “Pseudo versus Real ADD”

Why ADD People Fail in Life

Why ADD People Fail in Life

Chances are…   if you have been “diagnosed” with ADD-ADHD
you are doomed to failure.

That’s right, you have a serious handicap that is very difficult
or impossible to overcome.

Have fallen for this Lie?

I know that most people who have struggled with ADD-ADHD
fall for this lie…. at least for a little while until they cast off
the “stigma” of ADD-ADHD in their own minds.

Let me explain. Continue reading “Why ADD People Fail in Life”

Physical Activity: A Vital Key to Battling ADD/ADHD (1)

Two of the most alarming health trends of the last two decades are the rise in obesity (with almost a third of Americans being classed as clinically obese) and the increasing numbers of people being diagnosed with ADHD.
These two matters may not be entirely unrelated. Weight problems can in most cases be traced back to two factors namely unhealthy diets and lack of physical activity.
The careful management of both of these factors can play a significant role in the alleviation of the symptoms of ADHD.
If you have been part of the ‘3 Steps’ network for a while you will be well aware of the emphasis that I place on a healthy and balanced diet as your first line of defense when it comes to dealing with ADHD.
The purpose of this article is to focus on the second factor mentioned above namely physical activity.