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Here are some places I’ve lost my keys in the past week: my refrigerator, my underwear drawer, my bathtub.

I have ADHD, a disorder marked by inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity.

So does my brother, but he was diagnosed at 5 years old. I was not diagnosed until I was 21. That’s because ADHD presents very differently in women. As a kid, my brother was a hyperactive troublemaker who frequently found himself in the principal’s office. His grades were poor, and ADHD was brought up early.

Inattentiveness that children with ADHD show in the classroom is related to underdeveloped working memory

Children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder may fidget, tap and swivel around in a chair much more than normally developing children because it helps them to learn complex material, psychologists have found. 

For individuals with ADD/ADHD wiring, who have challenges with consistency, lack of motivation, addiction, anxiety and distractibility, building mindfulness is essential.

ADHD and Yoga connection

Hatha Yoga practice steers individuals to master certain breathing techniques, postures, and cognitive control which results in increasing mindfulness. Mindfulness at the heart of every yoga practice brings the biggest benefit:

• Relaxation and quieting of the mind

• Improved Focus

• Improved levels of flexibility

New Hatha Yoga class for Adults with ADHD launched!

Hatha Yoga practice steers individuals to master certain breathing techniques, postures, and cognitive control which results in increasing mindfulness. Mindfulness at the heart of every yoga practice brings the biggest benefit:

• Relaxation and quieting of the mind

• Improved Focus

• Improved levels of flexibility

• More balanced metabolism and digestion

• Decreasing stress and anxiety

• Improved lung capacity, energy level and respiration

• Decreased pent-up energy and impulsivity (Fidgeting)

TRINITY McPARTLIN was on top form once again at the British Inclusive Skating Championships where she took home five awards for her solo and team performances on the ice.

A Glasgow mum has raved about her daughter’s progress since being diagnosed with ADHD after claiming three gold medals in a British figure skating competition.

Trinity McPartlin dazzled on the ice in the British Inclusive Skating Championships in Glasgow to bag five prizes for her solo and team performances last month.

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