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ADHD brings anxiety along with it... at least for most of us. But when we talk about the two subjects together, we need to distinguish between the anxiety that nearly all of us experience and a so-called "anxiety disorder" that has a very specific medical definition....
Ever get super excited about something & agree to do it… then regret your decision later when reality sets in? Today, we have a success story from Dana. Here’s a short & sweet episode that you’re not gonna wanna miss!
In part 2 on ADHD & sleep, we talk about the 3 major categories of sleep disruptors. Awareness is once again a significant part of the battle, but we also talk about practical ways to improve them.
Consider this: even non-ADHD brains will exhibit ADHD symptoms if they don’t get enough sleep. Imagine how much worse it is for those of us who DO have ADHD. The problem? Most of us struggle with sleep! In the first of 2 episodes on sleep, we talk about the major challenges we face, and how to build a sleep map!
It’s a proven fact: gut health directly influences brain health. Everything from depression & anxiety to dopamine levels involve the gut and the vagus nerve. In this episode, we talk about how to take care of both.
Often, those of us with ADHD have a hard time saying, “no.” This means we end up committed to a bunch of stuff that only adds to our overloaded to-do lists and leaves us suffering and missing important commitments. In this episode, we talk about why and how this happens, and what we can do to “guard our no.”
Poorly run meetings are a boring waste of time. And they can be absolute torture for those of us with ADHD. In this episode, we talk about everything from how to get out of more unnecessary meetings to how to make your meetings work for you and others!
Just like any well-run business uses systems, our lives get so much easier when we start to think about all the things we need to do to keep our lives running as systems. All this and more in this episode!
People with ADHD are more prone to attempt multi-tasking for a number of reasons. We even think we’re good at it! The truth, however, is quite different. We talk about why—and so much more—in this week’s episode!
How many task lists do you have right now? Be sure to include the apps, web tools, paper lists, sticky notes, and all the other things not called “task list” but which you’ve got “to do” items on them. This is a common ADHD struggle and if you don’t overhaul it, we both know what will happen. Here’s how to fix your task list nightmare.