Archive for April, 2012

How Actually is ADHD Diagnosed?

How is ADHD Diagnosed? ADHD affects 1 in 10 kids in the United States, with the rates almost twice as high for boys. The actual cause of the condition is not known, but comprehensive testing has been developed to help diagnose those suffering from the condition. The ADHD Diagnostic Process Like many other conditions, ADHD […]


Find Out What Causes ADHD?

What Causes ADHD?   Attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a condition affecting as many as 10 percent of children in the United States. It is an often misunderstood disorder, with its associated “bad behavior” blamed on poor child-rearing, lack of discipline, or just plain orneriness. But ADHD is a clinical disorder – so what causes […]


Learning about what is ADHD

What is ADHD? ADHD is a term that’s thrown around so frequently these days, we all assume we know what it means. Used to apply to everyone from a kid who misbehaves in school to an adult who has trouble focusing on a single TV or computer screen at a time, ADHD is actually a […]


Cure your fear of spiders – arachnophobia

Overcoming your fear of spiders can be unbelievably comfortable! If you suffer from a fear, or phobia of spiders, (arachnophobia), it is probably impossible to imagine being comfortable around spiders. Even the thought of a spider (or the word) is enough to make many arachnophobes terrified. But it is possible for you to be in […]


Hypnosis Can Cure Social Anxiety – Find out Why

Why hypnosis can cure social anxiety Why do you think we have emotions? Wouldn’t live be simpler without them? Do we have emotions to give middle class people something to talk about or to provide soap opera writers with script material? Of course not. As with everything else in human makeup, emotions exist to keep […]


Effective Steps to Manage Anxiety

Anxiety is characterized as extreme reactions to fearful situations When someone follows you into a dark alley, those anxious feelings of a racing heartbeat and sweaty palms gives way to heightened senses and a rush of adrenalin that can save your life.  This is the fight or flight syndrome. In the case of frequent anxiety, […]


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