Combat ADHD by strengthening your mind

From my experience, ADHD is nothing more than unorganized thoughts. Yeah, it’s that simple.

Think of it like this, if you take your mind to the gym and it is too weak to lift weights at the level you want to, it won’t be able to handle it and will want to do something else. I think it could be something as simple as a kid doing homework or an adult doing an analyst job and not being able to focus on the numbers or words. It’s hard for your mind to keep all of your thoughts organized when it’s not strong enough to do so.

Just like if it couldn’t handle the weights and had to start at the bar, your mind need to exercise at a level that will help you strengthen it to where it needs to be so it can the tasks you have assigned it. Strength is not all your mind needs though. Organization is a huge part of it as people with ADHD tend to have thoughts flying all over the place. A good practice is to not only take your mind to the gym but, organize your workouts. Your workouts could be reading a book, working on the computer, or any day to day task that you normally do. Even if it’s something you do without planning it out, make sure you do. Know how you are going to start and how you’re going to finish all the way through.

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, ADHD occurs in an estimated 3 to 5 percent of preschool and school-age children. Therefore, in a class of 25 to 30 children, it is likely that at least one student will have this condition.

I believe a good way to stop your child from experiencing ADHD is to have them start reading books as early as possible as that will strengthen your mind and it may it easier to not be susceptible to some psychological disorders.

As always, this is based off my experiences dealing with my own issues. Hope it helps the next person.


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