Children’s ADHD is a common childhood disorder that affects approximately 10% of children.  These kids experience persistent and developmentally inappropriate levels of behaviour that can continue into adulthood.  Children with childhood ADHD may know what is expected of them but have trouble following through because they are overactive and can’t focus long enough to complete a task. Symptoms of children’s ADHD vary and are sometimes difficult to recognise.  A common sign of children’s ADHD is an inability to identify other people’s needs and desires, they can interrupt others when they are talking and have trouble waiting their turn in the classroom. ...

Children’s ADHD is a common childhood disorder that affects approximately 10% of children.  These kids experience persistent and developmentally inappropriate levels of behaviour that can continue into adulthood.  Children with childhood ADHD may know what is expected of them but have trouble following through because they are overactive and can’t focus long enough to complete a task.  Symptoms of children’s ADHD vary and are sometimes difficult to recognise.  A common sign of children’s ADHD is an inability to identify other people’s needs and desires, they can interrupt others when they are talking and have trouble waiting their turn in the classroom.  Children’s ADHD can also...

We are currently experiencing an epidemic of childhood brain-related disorders in the Western world. Over the past decade or so, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of children diagnosed with neuro- developmental disorders caused by compromised brain function. These include; ADHD, autism, learning and behavioural disorders, alongside an increase in conditions such as depression and anxiety. With these escalating problems impacting the health of the brain, the question must be asked. What is it about our modern lifestyle that is so destructive to our children’s brain health? How is our Modern Lifestyle Destructive to Brain Health While there has been a lot...

The food your child eats plays a key role in keeping their brain healthy and working in peak condition. This helps to improve their mental development including memory, focus and concentration. Optimal brain function also helps your child in the happiness department too, lowering their risk of depression, anxiety, behavioural problems. You can help support your child's brain health and boost their alertness, memory and mood by including these foods in their diet. Eggs Eggs have had a bad rap for many years but thankfully they are making a come-back, as befits their function as a nutritional powerhouse.  Eggs are a good...