"I've tried several meds to treat my ADHD but how do I know when good is good enough?" "How do you get past childhood trauma?" "How do I become an ADHD coach?" Dr. Hallowell is in the studio to answer these questions and more from Distraction listeners.
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We are so excited to be back for Season 3! Dr. Hallowell shares some details about what's been going on in his world and welcomes listeners back to a new season of Distraction. Hear about the latest project he's working on with Dr. John Ratey and the newest member of the Hallowell family!
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Cassandra Bankson got her first pimple in third grade and by middle school was relentlessly bullied because of her sever acne, even becoming suicidal at one point. As an adult Cassandra found a way to turn her struggles into a passion for helping others, as she tells Ned in this open and often emotional conversation.
Cassandra is a successful model and You Tube star who has learned that "absolutely ANYTHING is possible if your mind and heart is in it. I'm here to share my struggles and successes while following my dream of helping others rediscover and reach their fullest potential," she has said. Bankson also happens to have ADHD. She posts science-based skincare videos and healthy living content created to educate and entertain on her You Tube channel where her videos have been viewed millions of times.
Watch Cassandra's videos on her website CassandraBankson.com.
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The hustle and bustle of modern life conspires to make many of us feel like we have ADHD, even when we don't. Dr. Hallowell talks about ways to deal with the daily distractions that leave us feeling frantic, forgetful and frustrated, and how to get back to your cool, calm and collected self!
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U-S-A! U-S-A! We've got Olympic fever this week as 3-time Olympic gymnast and gold medal winner, Muriel Grossfeld, talks about what it takes to be an elite-level athlete; and Ned speaks with the author of The ADHD Affected Athlete about how ADHD actually helps people excel in certain sports. Just look at Michael Phelps!
This episode was originally released in August 2016.