Recent Blog Posts
Scientific evidence is now conclusive that food additives can cause hyperactive behavior. I say that clearly at the top, so there will be no confusion when I add: Food additives do not cause ADHD Food additives cause hyperactive behavior in only some children (my guess is that susceptible adults are more likely to suffer restlessness). […]
When patients and I talk about ADHD as a “hidden disability,” we are not just talking about simple difficulties with attention or so-called “hyperactivity.” For nearly a decade, professionals in the field recognize that the real disabling features of ADHD are in the broad arena of EXECUTIVE FUNCTION. Several areas are commonly described. Thomas Brown, […]
A recent story by Melinda Beck in the Wall Street Journal was important for disseminating information about Adult ADHD, but disappointing for the absence of any mention of EEG brainwave biofeedback. I wrote to Ms. Beck, “Good article BUT…why no mention of neurofeedback (EEG biofeedback)? By now the professional literature is replete with studies demonstrating […]
Recently, I noted that more people were landing on this web site from the keyword “Nightmares” than from EEG Neurofeedback, or ADHD, or marijuana (numbers 2 through 4 in popularity). Presumably the reason is that neurofeedback and LENS are being recognised as first-line treatment for sleep disorders. It’s clear I must blog more about sleep […]
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