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Distraction with Dr. Ned Hallowell

Struggling with distractions in this amped up world? Renowned ADHD expert Dr. Ned Hallowell guides us through stories, guests, tips, calls, and lots of surprises too. If you’re pulled and prodded all day from many directions or tied to your smartphone and apps, this insightful and entertaining journey will help you regain control of your life in a fun and novel way. Give it a listen and … wait, did you see that bird?
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Feb 26, 2018

Jessica McCabe has researched the best ways to take care of your brain and this week she shares her insights with Distraction listeners. In this special episode sponsored by Landmark College, the How to ADHD host talks with Dr. Hallowell about all of the different things you should be doing to ensure your body and mind are at peak performance.

And as Jessica says in this episode, don't beat yourself up if you're not doing all the things you should be doing. A good way to start moving toward self-care is to track your activities and symptoms and start with one small change. Take a listen to this special episode for more about this and other great ideas from the YouTube star!

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  • almost seven months ago
    Lorraine
    Re: not sure I have taken my medication. I have had this problem. What I did is I purchased medication bottle cap timers. The timer indicates the last time the bottle was opened. If I’m not sure I took the medication I look at the timer top. When I check it some times I find that the time indicated is 10 minutes or so, meaning to me that I did take it or the timer may indicate the last time I opened it was 4 hours ago. Meaning to me that no I did not take the medication. I use this system for all my medications including supplements. This device has improved my medication compliance. Caps do need to be replaced occasionally. I try to make it a habit to pick up new caps when I pick up my medications. The caps are usually displayed within view of the pharmacy counter at most drug stores. I hope this information has been useful.
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