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Jul 26, 2007 6:05 pm ADD Husband

Jen Quirk www.vibranthealthbydesign.com
What a cool forum. Although I am not a bit ADD, my husband is quite ADD which has been both a blessing and somewhat a hinderance at times. The lifestyle our family has been living in highly unconventional and sometimes frowned upon by family, but we are living life on our terms and loving every bit of it - that's the blessing. The small hinderances are the usual forgetfulness, disorganization....associated with ADD. At the beginning of this year we really focused on finding ways to help my husband alleviate the frustrations he was having with his ADD. I'm happy to say he has no more "brain fog" and his concentration is better than ever. He's living a whole new life due to changing diet and playing games :-) He's focused on his brain and the foods/supplements it needs to be healthy. Most of us concentrate on eating healthy to look good and neglect the nutrients our brains need. He also exercises his brain by playing games such as chess and sudoku very quickly. Don't stop to think about your moves, just do them as quickly as possible. If you start exercising and feeding your brain what it needs to be healthy, you'll notice a huge difference! ***ADD or not, by the time you're 55, most people will have lost 50% of their cognitive ability. Scary isn't it?! It's no wonder that we easily forget where we put the car keys and have trouble remembering simple things.
I hope this helps someone. It's meant alot to our family. Have a great day!!!
Jen Quirk

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