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3197167 tn?1348972206 Reading and literacy skills Spatial-temporal reasoning Mathematical abilities - Even children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder benefit in mathematics tests from listening to music beforehand. Emotional intelligence The Mozart effect Earlier it has been thought that listening to classical music, particularly Mozart, enhances performance on cognitive tests. However, recent findings show that listening to any music that is personally enjoyable has positive effects on cognition.
Avatar m tn I can keep play the same cd over and over because I dont even pay attention to music. When i am in class and the teacher is talking I will be in my head thinking and then realize i've been not paying attention forgetting about what I was even thinking about. Another thing that happens is when I am in class i will have the music stuck in my head that I wasn't paying attention to in my car.
Avatar m tn Sometimes the thoughts are so silly, I just laught out loud in the morning or after a nap. My guess is that it's a type of attention deficit disorder, resulting from too much screen time, or repetition of daily tasks. When a person is bombarded with too much repetition, the brain eventually goes into a kind of screensaver mode, where it just keeps itself busy with pointless tasks, ie. connecting random thoughts. Repetition is something that humans have used to brainwash people for milenia.
Avatar f tn This delay can be seen along with other things often such as autism or attention deficit disorder but it can be all by itself as well as with my son. My son also would spin. He'd **** his head to the side when he did it and we actually found it "cute" and called it dancing until we started to feel it was a major impulse for him. It was. He is a sensory seeker and that was something he would do. I found he did it when he wanted to calm himself.
Avatar f tn Hello, Is there anyone, I mean anyone, out there that has rhythmic movement disorder? I have been violently thrashing my body and head, laterally while asleep or mostly somewhat asleep since I can remember. I am 30 now. It use to consume maybe an hour or two a night but now it is getting drastically worse. I find myself doing it or am told that I, "rock", 4-5 hours a night.
Avatar m tn (a) Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), (b) Oppositional Defiant Disorder, or conduct disorder, but it is difficult to disentangle those features from those of BPD. I certainly exhibited episodes of hyperactivity-impulsivity or just impulsivity, but I cannot find any detailed information about these early years since everyone who knew me then is now dead or not contactable. 2.7.1.
Avatar f tn One, but only one, is a manifestation of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. The fact that her struggle has occurred over a number of years lends some support to the probability that the attention problem is indeed due to ADHD. If it is, it can be treated.
Avatar m tn However I will try to provide you with some useful information. Attention deficit disorder has many symptoms including, but not limited to, forgetful of daily activities, losing things, not listening, easily distractible, making careless mistakes, fidgets, hyperactive, talking excessively, interrupts others, and avoids activities that require mental function. Many people may not know that they have this condition until it is noticed in school or work.
Avatar f tn ” The study, published Thursday in Scientific Reports, found the cellphone exposure affected the development of neurons in the same region of the brain responsible for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. “I also ask my pregnant patients not to stand in front of their microwaves directly, and when they carry their phones not to carry them on their waist,” said , head of urogynecology at Long Island Jewish Medical Center.Dr.
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Avatar m tn As many as 50%–80% of children with Tourette's disorder have some symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder(ADHD), including a short attention span, restlessness, poor concentration, and diminished impulse control. On average, ADHD will manifest two and a half years before the tics appear. A dual diagnosis of ADHD and tic disorder is associated with more severe tics and greater social impairment than for tic disorder by itself.
406058 tn?1210598232 Yes Trevor has what some would call extreme ADHD and takes Risperdal 2 mg twice a day and Concerta ER 27mg once a day for him ADHD he also has weak fine motor skills and learning deficits he can only establish eye contact when on the meds. He also has temper tamtrums at least 4 times a day .
5598716 tn?1439146795 Hopefully the doctor won't have a problem with that. I figure that will at least keep my mind busy. I have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and the last time I had a root canal my brain wouldn't shut up. So hopefully he'll be ok with the music and it'll keep me distracted. I think I'm also going to take a stress ball with me to keep my hands from fidgeting. Here I am rambling. Any suggestions would be very much appreciated. Please pray for me. Thanks.
Avatar f tn ” The study, published Thursday in Scientific Reports, found the cellphone exposure affected the development of neurons in the same region of the brain responsible for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. “I also ask my pregnant patients not to stand in front of their microwaves directly, and when they carry their phones not to carry them on their waist,” said , head of urogynecology at Long Island Jewish Medical Center.Dr.
Avatar m tn It is clinically termed as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and is common among young people. Around 9% of children between 3-17 and 2%-3% of adults suffer from this disorder. Symptoms: 1. Predominantly lacking concentration 2. Highly restless/impulsive Bipolar Disorder: It can be described as a chronic ill health with frequent episodes of obsession and depression that can stay from 1 day to even months. Symptoms: 1. Abnormal and dramatic mood swinging 2. Lack of energy 3.
Avatar n tn A case study. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 11, 122-128. Jensen, P. S., Hinshaw, S. P., Swanson, J. M., Greenhill, L. L., Conners, C. K., Arnold, L. E., Abikoff, H.B., Elliott, G., Hechtman, L., Hoza, B., March, J. S., Newcorn, J. H., Severe, J. B., Vitiello, B., Wells, K., & Wigal, T. (2001). Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 22, 60-73. Miranda, A., Jarque, S., & Tarraga, R. (2006). Interventions in school settings for students with ADHD.
Avatar n tn The use of the attention training system. Behavior Modification, 16, 204-225. Fabiano, G. A. & Pelham, W. E. (2003). Improving the effectiveness of behavioral classroom interventions for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: A case study. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 11, 122-128. Jensen, P. S., Hinshaw, S. P., Swanson, J. M., Greenhill, L. L., Conners, C. K., Arnold, L. E., Abikoff, H.B., Elliott, G., Hechtman, L., Hoza, B., March, J. S., Newcorn, J. H., Severe, J.
Avatar m tn Almost sounds like a kind of atypical autism, to me, and is, quite literally if not medically, a presentation of attention deficit. Be that as it may, the fact that you are able to write about it coherently suggests you can focus pretty well when sufficiently motivated to do so. But let's not get hung up on naming things, here. After all, the names, for the most part, are just mumbo jumbo that tells us what we already know and don't usually tell us what to do about it.
Avatar n tn Embrace Your Differences and Transform Your Life" by Sari Solden (interestingly, Hallowell and Ratey, the authors of Driven to Distraction, both wrote a forward in her book). This book focuses on females with AD/HD because the disorder often manifests itself differently in females and males. Also, I am so interested in the topic of females with AD/HD, that I wrote my Master's Thesis on the topic.
Avatar n tn occupational therapy, behavioral therapy, yoga and meditation techniques, music therapy, art therapy, drama therapy, psychiatrist, and psychologist. If you are prescribed to a medication I recommend from my experience that you also seek a outside support group or proffesional help that will also help guide you to further self-improvemnt and mental growth.
Avatar m tn I will assume that your friend is really your friend, and not YOU, but either way the advice is the same. Supposing the family life was just fine -and your friend behaved as he does in school, then I would guess that there might be a learning disorder or related condition at work; your friend might be slightly dyslexic, or have a kind of "autism" at work, or attention deficit disorder or something similar.
Avatar f tn ” The study, published Thursday in Scientific Reports, found the cellphone exposure affected the development of neurons in the same region of the brain responsible for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. “I also ask my pregnant patients not to stand in front of their microwaves directly, and when they carry their phones not to carry them on their waist,” said , head of urogynecology at Long Island Jewish Medical Center.Dr.
Avatar n tn It's not something that is your fault or that you can necessarily change on your own. From your description, it sounds like you might also have ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder). Some of your personality reminds me of my son, who has both ADHD and depression/anxiety disorder. He is in his 20's but with medication he's done OK, and is very smart and now working on a Master Degree.
1168317 tn?1330266437 For almost four decades I've struggled to co-exist with a house full of ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) people I didn't understand. Now my MS brain is showing me what ADD feels like. I can't multi-task anymore and I start something new without a thought for the three (or more) tasks I've already started and abandoned in a day. When I read your question Brady, I flashed back and finally realized how those captions helped me.
394678 tn?1201072343 On eof the things to rule out is Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Diisorder. This condition, depending on the particular manifestation, can result in hyperactivity, distractibility and inattention, along with impulsivity. It can also result in deficits in what is called working memory, the ability to hold information in the mind for brief periods, use and manipulate the information to solve problems, etc. ADHD can be treated with medicine.
12773 tn?1328916786 Somehow I feel better, even though I have it!! Recently, I was diagnosed with A.A.A.D.D. - Age Activated Attention Deficit Disorder. This is how it manifests: I decide to water my garden. As I turn on the hose in the driveway, I look over at my car and decide it needs washing. As I start toward the garage, I notice mail on the porch table that I brought up from the mail box earlier. I decide to go through the mail before I wash the car.
Avatar f tn Racing thoughts are often a result of too much anxiety, not liking a particular phase of life, not enjoying what you are doing etc. It can also be due to an attention deficit disorder or due to a more serious psychiatric disorder. Since you are a very private person, the best way to go about it would be through a counselor. Try the school counselor first and then maybe you will need to consult a therapist too. These sessions are confidential and are pretty therapeutic.
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Avatar m tn Sandman-------- you are king! You give such valuable information. But I will say that almost all of those are symptoms of sensory integration as well. That is what is tricky---- knowing the difference.
Avatar m tn I suspect I might has attention deficit disorder and need a solution desperately as I fear failing my studies.Please advise.