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  • Adult ADHD Success Story Matt suffered with concentration problems, distractibility and focus since he was a ***ager. After only a few weeks of Clark Brain-Based Rehab® Matt's ADHD symptoms improved dramatically--and without medications. It's never too late to make positive changes in your brain. Dr. David Clark THE PLACE FOR ANSWERS™ Functional Neurologist Functional Endocrinologist Vestibular Rehabilitation Specialist Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist 214-341-3737 ------------------------ Blog: ------------------------- Twitter ---------------------- Facebook:
  • ADHD Treatment Success Story Part 1 - Dr. David Sosin from Orange County, California talks to a patient who is well on his way to becoming a doctor himself while managing his attention deficit disorder. The first two years of medical school can be a grueling combination of study and rote memorization. A daunting task for any student even when not having to deal with the level of distractibility ADD can cause. Discover how Lee learned to "equalize the playing field" in medical school with a combination of medication, coaching and his own insights he learned while studying martial arts. This video is both informative and inspiring for any one who has or think they might have ADHD or knows someone who might.
  • Frozen Synapse: Drewface (green) vs Distractibility (red) - Extermination
  • Cheetos App of Massive Distraction Do you suffer from too much concentration? Download the new Cheetos App of Massive distraction and enhance your distractibility today.
  • How are the following 3 things related: Self-Worth, Distractibility and Achievement?
  • Davidson at Dartmouth: 'Distraction is Our Friend' Renowned humanities scholar Cathy Davidson, a Duke University professor, noted author, and innovator, visited Dartmouth to speak to faculty and staff involved in the Strategic Planning process, and to deliver a public lecture. Davidson took time out from her day in Hanover to talk with Dartmouth Now about students' writing, and the issue of distractibility. "Distraction is our friend," she says. Davidson's talk focuses on her latest book, Now You See It: How the Brain Science of Attention Will Transform the Way We Live, Work, and Learn, which was named one of the top 10 science books last fall by Publishers Weekly.
  • Frozen Synapse: GGCrew (green) vs Distractibility (red) - Extermination 3 - win
  • Dog surfing: Teach your dog to surf - Confidence in water Surf dog Ricochet presents "Teach your dog to surf - Beginner surf dog training tips". Lesson 7 - Taking it to the pool: Building confidence in the water. This series of nine videos goes together with the written tips at . Most of the exercises can be done at home, & are perfect for those just starting out that want to build a foundation before hitting the waves, those with "issues" such as jumping off the board, or distractibility, those who want to strengthen the bond with their dog through training, or those with limited time for getting to the beach. Paw-abunga! Have fun & see you in the water!
  • Inattention, Distractibility, and Focus (Self-Control Horse Report by a 7th Grade Student) Bear siblings, Ambi and Nekou, help one another. Ambi practices her speech about horses while her brother Nekou learns self-control to not interrupt Ambi's horse report whenever he's distracted by dragonflies.
  • Dog Surfing: Teach your dog to surf - Introduction Surf dog Ricochet presents "Teach your dog to surf - Beginner surf dog training tips". Lesson 1 - Introduction: What type of board to use & introducing your dog to the board. This series of nine videos goes together with the written tips at . Most of the exercises can be done at home, & are perfect for those just starting out that want to build a foundation before hitting the waves, those with "issues" such as jumping off the board, or distractibility, those who want to strengthen the bond with their dog through training, or those with limited time for getting to the beach. Paw-abunga! Have fun & see you in the water!
  • Minecraft - Distractibility (Part 56) There's distracted, and there's just plain irresponsible. Subscribe and Join KakuJomics' Bytes! - su.pr Webcomic - su.pr Facebook - su.pr Twitter - su.pr Please Like, Fav and Share if you had a good time! It really helps me out and I very much appreciate it!
  • How to Live With Adult ADHD : Adult ADHD: What Is It? Adult ADHD is marked by distractibility, impulsivity and hyperactivity and can be disruptive to a person's life. Learn how to live with adult ADHD in this free video. Expert: Taylor Smith Bio: Taylor Smith, CMA, is a multifaceted Certified Medical Assistant. Filmmaker: Doug Craig
  • Native Remedies As Seen on NBC 6 South Florida Today ow.ly Native Remedies' co-owners discuss natural remedies for ADD/ADHD and other learning and concentration problems, including hyperactivity, distractibility and impulsiveness on NBC 6 WJTV South Florida Today.
  • High Activity, High Distractibility
  • 12. Learning Disabilities & Attention: Auditory Processing Problems Bob Doman of NACD discusses issues such as attention, distractibility, behavior problems, and hyperactivity and how these relate to auditory processing in children with learning and attention problems. Filmed: March 26, 2007 For more information, please visit us at:
  • Harun Yahya TV A relentless wisdom would be seen in the eyes of the Prophet Jesus pbuh There is no distractibility in the prophets
  • Huge Improvements in Her Child's ADD/ADHD---Without Medication! You don't have to medicate your child's ADHD symptoms. Carrie and Mikel did a fantastic job of following my program to their letter. Their reward--50% improvement in distractibility, hyperactivity and impulsiveness in only a few weeks--and that's without medication. (so no side effects) Dr. David Clark THE PLACE FOR ANSWERS™ Functional Neurologist Functional Endocrinologist Vestibular Rehabilitation Specialist Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist 214-341-3737 ------------------------ Blog: ------------------------- Twitter ---------------------- Facebook:
  • Inspirational Message With Good Music Feels Nice Everything that the establishment has told you is wrong with you - is actually what's right with you. You see things others don't. You are hardwired to change the world. Unlike 9 out of 10 people - your mind is irrepressible - and this threatens authority. You were born to be a revolutionary. You can't stand rules because in your heart you know there's a better way. You have strengths dangerous to the establishment - and it wants them eliminated, So your whole life you've been told your strengths were weaknesses - Now I'm telling you otherwise. Your impulsivity is a gift - impulses are your key to the miraculous, Your distractibility - is an artifact of your inspired creativity, Your mood swings - reflect the natural pulse of life, they give you unstoppable energy when you're high and deep soulful insight when you're low, Been diagnosed with a "disorder"? That's society's latest way to deny it's own illness by pointing the finger at you. Your addictive personality is just a symptom of your vast underused capacity for heroic, creative expression and spiritual connection. your utter lack of repression, your wide eyed idealism, your unmitigated open mind - didn't anyone ever tell you?! these are the traits shared by the greatest pioneers and visionaries and innovators, revolutionaries, procrastinators and drama queens, activists on the social scene, space cadets and mavericks, philosophers and derelicts, business suits flying fighter jets, football stars and *** addicts ...
  • ADHD Treatment Success Story Part 2 -Dr. David Sosin from Orange County, California talks to a patient who is well on his way to becoming a doctor himself while managing his attention deficit disorder. The first two years of medical school can be a grueling combination of study and rote memorization. A daunting task for any student even when not having to deal with the level of distractibility ADD can cause. Discover how Lee learned to "equalize the playing field" in medical school with a combination of medication, coaching and his own insights he learned while studying martial arts. This video is both informative and inspiring for any one who has or think they might have ADHD or knows someone who might.
  • How to Live With Adult ADHD : Adult ADHD: 3 Main Characteristics Hear the 3 main marks of adult ADHD, distractibility, impulsivity and hyperactivity, explained in detail. Learn how to live with adult ADHD in this free video. Expert: Taylor Smith Bio: Taylor Smith, CMA, is a multifaceted Certified Medical Assistant. Filmmaker: Doug Craig
  • Attention Deficit - What is ADD and ADHD? presents What is ADHD? Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder -- also referred to ADD or ADHD -- is a biological, brain based condition that is characterized by poor attention and distractibility and/or hyperactive and impulsive behaviors. It is one of the most common mental disorders that develop in children. Symptoms may continue into adolescence and adulthood. If left untreated, ADHD can lead to poor school/work performance, poor social relationships and a general feeling of low self esteem. The Houston Neurofeedback Wellness Center is located in the Greater Houston Metro area. For additional videos, case studies, client testimonials, please check out our website at or http
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  • THE WAYSEER MANIFESTO - (Ελληνικοί υπότιτλοι) - We Are One [1080p] ATTENTION: All you rule-breakers, you misfits and troublemakers - all you free spirits and pioneers - all you visionaries and non-conformists ... Everything that the establishment has told you is wrong with you - is actually what's right with you. You see things others don't. You are hardwired to change the world. Unlike 9 out of 10 people - your mind is irrepressible - and this threatens authority. You were born to be a revolutionary. You can't stand rules because in your heart you know there's a better way. You have strengths dangerous to the establishment - and it wants them eliminated, So your whole life you've been told your strengths were weaknesses - Now I'm telling you otherwise. Your impulsivity is a gift - impulses are your key to the miraculous, Your distractibility - is an artifact of your inspired creativity, Your mood swings - reflect the natural pulse of life, they give you unstoppable energy when you're high and deep soulful insight when you're low, Been diagnosed with a "disorder"? That's society's latest way to deny it's own illness by pointing the finger at you. Your addictive personality is just a symptom of your vast underused capacity for heroic, creative expression and spiritual connection. your utter lack of repression, your wide eyed idealism, your unmitigated open mind - didn't anyone ever tell you?! these are the traits shared by the greatest pioneers and visionaries and innovators, revolutionaries, procrastinators and drama queens, activists on ...
  • Mommy Necklaces & Nursing Necklaces THERE IS NO LONGER A NEED FOR A CODE/DISCOUNT AS THEY HAVE LOWERED THEIR PRICES RECENTLY & HAVE CAME OUT W/ A NEW LINE TOO! SO GO CHECK IT OUT-10/15/10 www.nursing- www.nursing- I personally own the Rainstorm & Simply Snazzy. LOVE THEM BOTH!!! What are Mommy Necklaces™? What are nursing necklaces? They specialize in what have often been referred to as nursing necklaces. Hmmm, nursing necklace? Yep, nursing, as in breastfeeding. A nursing necklace is to be worn while (you guessed it!) nursing. A nursing necklace aids in reducing pinching, pulling, distractibility and other common busy baby problems! Pretty clever, huh? But nursing necklaces dont only benefit breastfeeding mothers. Their nursing necklaces are mommy necklaces, designed with extra TLC to stand-up to the job of wearing a necklace around children. Mommy Necklaces™ are more than that... Are they for breastfeeding moms? Absolutely! But theyre not just nursing necklaces They design nursing necklaces for all moms. They like to call them Mommy Necklaces™. Jewelry made with added TLC so youre able to wear a necklace with confidence again. No beads crashing to the floor at the grocery store, no chipped glass beads after being banged on the coffee table for the 50th time, and no more breakage of your finer jewelry. Nursing necklaces are not made for teething or to be used by baby in any way other than touching. Their products are still considered jewelry.jewelry with ...
  • Suggestion for People Bipolar Manic Hypomanic or ADHD Humorous but perhaps a truly helpful suggestion for folks diagnosed or experiencing symptoms of bipolar, mania, hypomania or ADHD to get a camcorder to video self, for the film will reveal to us what we might be unable to see about our behaviors. What a rude awakening to watch myself as I manifest each characteristic behavior of hypomania: * Perhaps the most noticeable symptom is pressured speech; rapid talking * inflated self-esteem or grandiosity; * decreased need for sleep; * flight of ideas or the subjective experience that thoughts are racing; * easy distractibility and attention-deficit (superficially similar to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder); * increase in psychomotor agitation; and * steep involvement in pleasurable activities that may have a high potential for negative psycho-social or physical consequences. Have other bipolars had difficulty in accepting their diagnosis, or in taking the medications? Have videos helped others to see behaviors they've had difficulty accepting?
  • Comprehensive ADHD Treatment For more than a decade, The Rochester Center for Behavioral Medicine has been a leader in the treatment of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Jaime Saal, MA, LPC, discusses RCBM's comprehensive approach to treating AD/HD, which may include the combination of pharmacotherapy with coaching or counseling in order to address AD/HD symptoms, including inattention, distractibility, procrastination, disorganization, and lack of follow-through, among others.
  • Roadmap - 4 Month Old Distractibility Roadmap - 4 mo Distractions
  • Traumatic Brain Injury - Part 3 - by Neurologist Dr. Robert Kohn Brain Injury Clinic . Traumatic Brain Injury, an insightful presentation by world reknown Neurologist Neuropsychiatrist, Dr Robert Kohn, http Rockford, IL Brain Injury Conditions Brain Injury Clinic Phone: 815-385-8105 Dr. Kohn has been using his extensive knowledge, training and experience to treat brain injury conditions for over 15 years. His credentials and training includes residencies Neurology and Psychiatry and sub-specialty certification in Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry. Symptoms of a brain injury vary depending on the severity and mechanism of the injury and the brain networks affected. These symptoms may be temporary, lasting a few days or weeks, or more permanent, lasting several months or longer. Approximately 80% of symptoms from a mild TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) resolve without treatment. Any symptoms lasting longer than 6 months or of sufficient severity must be treated by a professional. We also serve the following locations: Belvedere, Beloit, Cherry Valley, Freeport, Love's Park, Machesney Park, Rochelle, Rockton, Roscoe, Crystal Lake, as well as Northern Illinois, and Southern Wisconsin. Often patients with a brain injury have problems with Memory, concentration, distractibility, forgetfulness, decreased mental stamina Loss of interest, drive, motivation Headaches, dizziness, lightheadedness, neck and back pain, sleep concerns Mood changes such as anger, irritability, sadness, worry Behavior changes such as ...
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  • Cognition- Distractibility Video 5.42.MPG IM Best Practices for the Adult Stroke and TBI Patient
  • Dog surfing: Teach your dog to surf - Safety 1st! Surf dog Ricochet presents "Teach your dog to surf - Beginner surf dog training tips". Lesson 6 - Safety first!: Getting your dog used to a life jacket. This series of nine videos goes together with the written tips at . Most of the exercises can be done at home, & are perfect for those just starting out that want to build a foundation before hitting the waves, those with "issues" such as jumping off the board, or distractibility, those who want to strengthen the bond with their dog through training, or those with limited time for getting to the beach. Paw-abunga! Have fun & see you in the water!
  • bipolar mental breakdown please read below for more details. bipolar II - NIMH government agency for support & family education nimh.nih.gov/health/publications/bipolar-disorder/complete-publication.shtml Mania: (this is NOT the same thing as feeling good.) Signs and symptoms of mania (or a manic episode) include: * Increased energy, activity, and restlessness * Excessively "high," overly good, euphoric mood * Extreme irritability * Racing thoughts and talking very fast, jumping from one idea to another * Distractibility, can't concentrate well * Little sleep needed * Unrealistic beliefs in one's abilities and powers * Poor judgment * Spending sprees (shopaholic behavior) * A lasting period of behavior that is different from usual * Increased ***ual drive (greater than normal increase) * Abuse of drugs, particularly cocaine, alcohol, and sleeping medications * Provocative, intrusive, or aggressive behavior * Denial that anything is wrong A manic episode is diagnosed if elevated mood occurs with three or more of the other symptoms most of the day, nearly every day, for 1 week or longer. If the mood is irritable, four additional symptoms must be present. Signs and symptoms of depression (or a depressive episode) include: * Lasting sad, anxious, or empty mood * Feelings of hopelessness or pessimism * Feelings of guilt, worthlessness, or helplessness * Loss of interest or pleasure in activities once enjoyed, including *** * Decreased energy, a feeling of fatigue or of being "slowed down ...
  • Dog surfing: Teach your dog to surf - SurFUR clicker training Surf dog Ricochet presents "Teach your dog to surf - Beginner surf dog training tips". LESSON 9 - SurFUR clicker training: Teaching your dog the correct position on the board using a clicker. This series of nine videos goes together with the written tips at . Most of the exercises can be done at home, & are perfect for those just starting out who want to build a foundation before hitting the waves, those with "issues" such as jumping off the board, or distractibility, those who want to strengthen the bond with their dog through training, or those with limited time for getting to the beach. Paw-abunga! Have fun & see you in the water!
  • Frozen Synapse: GGCrew (green) vs Distractibility (red) - Extermination 5 - loss
  • Mr. Bicep Discussing Native Remedies Products on Good Morning San Diego ow.ly Mr. Bicep discusses Native Remedies' products for children with ADD/ADHD and other focus and attention problems including hyperactivity, distractibility and impulsiveness on Good Morning San Diego.
  • The Boy Who Quacked (Giftedness) Challenged by giftedness in the classroom, an educator shares a true story of earned wisdom. From Ripple Effects' "Coach for Staff" professional development software program. Topic Questions: Behavioral problems, not a "diagnosis" of giftedness, brought this boy to the psychologist's attention. How well do you think the plan they came up with met behavior management needs for the teacher? How well did it respond to the boy's need for more challenging work? What options do teachers have when gifted children disrupt out of boredom or distractibility?
  • Dog surfing: Teach your dog to surf - Building confidence Surf dog Ricochet presents "Teach your dog to surf - Beginner surf dog training tips". Lesson 5 - Building confidence on the board: Getting your dog used to the movement on a surfboard. This series of nine videos goes together with the written tips at . Most of the exercises can be done at home, & are perfect for those just starting out that want to build a foundation before hitting the waves, those with "issues" such as jumping off the board, or distractibility, those who want to strengthen the bond with their dog through training, or those with limited time for getting to the beach. Paw-abunga! Have fun & see you in the water!
  • Dog surfing: Teach your dog to surf - Putting it all together Surf dog Ricochet presents "Teach your dog to surf - Beginner surf dog training tips". LESSON 8 - Putting it all together: Practicing everything you learned in a bay, lagoon, lake, etc. This series of nine videos goes together with the written tips at . Most of the exercises can be done at home, & are perfect for those just starting out that want to build a foundation before hitting the waves, those with "issues" such as jumping off the board, or distractibility, those who want to strengthen the bond with their dog through training, or those with limited time for getting to the beach. Paw-abunga! Have fun & see you in the water!
  • 07 ADD, ADHD and Distractibility
  • Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) It is a neurobehavioral developmental disorder affecting about 3-5% of the world's population under the age of 19. It typically presents itself during childhood, and is characterized by a persistent pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity, as well as forgetfulness, poor impulse control or impulsivity, and distractibility. ADHD is currently considered to be a persistent and chronic condition for which no medical cure is available, although medication can be prescribed. ADHD is most commonly diagnosed in children and, over the past decade, has been increasingly diagnosed in adults. About 60% of children diagnosed with ADHD retain the condition as adults. It appears to be highly heritable, although one-fifth of all cases are estimated to be caused from trauma or toxic exposure. Methods of treatment usually involve some combination of medications, behavior modifications, life style changes, and counseling. The scientific consensus in the field, and the consensus of the national health institutes of the world, is that ADHD is a disorder which impairs functioning, and that many adverse life outcomes are associated with ADHD. It has been frequently said by a minority of news sources, social critics, certain religions, and individual medical professionals, to be a controversial disorder. These criticisms fall outside of majority or minority viewpoint and question its causes, its treatment, and even the existence of ADHD.