How to train your brain to fight ADHD?
These days, people develop a habit to solve a crossword puzzle, cultivate interest in an extra-curricular activity or even learn a foreign language. While some take up these activities in order to challenge themselves, others believe that such tasks can contribute to brain-boosting benefits. In fact, it is one of the most searched topics on the internet as well. One of the common brain conditions seen in people especially in children is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
For many people and children, one of their biggest challenge is paying attention – in class, at work, or even in the middle of a conversation. According to a study that was undertaken by a university research program, just after a five-day brain training sessions, a children of the age of six improve their attention ability by almost 40%. On the other hand, another study revealed that by boosting short-term memory will improve the child’s ability to stay on task.
Overall, this blog gives a thorough description of how people can tackle these problems in a manner that will provide long-term and effective solutions.
Increase activity and decrease recreational screen time
According to Temple Grandin, a famous novelist of the bestseller ‘Thinking in Pictures’, the more the people indulge in new activities and habits, the more the attention span duration. The author further states that with the production of too many drugs in the society, people invariably lean closer to these stimulants. Moreover, with people being so exposed to technology-advanced gadgets, a lot of people believe that watching online shows, playing video games, or browsing the internet can act as positive stressbusters. However, this is not true! People should rather inculcate new habits or indulge in new activities in order to boost their memory and attention.
On the other hand, for people who are interested in adopting a clear structure or format for improving their attention span, neurofeedback brain training is ideal. In general, children who are victims of ADHD, tend to have a higher voltage in the theta or slower brain waves in the beta. While theta waves are associated with drowsiness, beta waves involve action-based activities or abilities for quick solving. This method is highly recommended for children as they may not know how to improve their attention span on their own.
At Evolve Brain Training, our specialists and doctors provide effective treatments and training sessions will show a significant improvement in your children. For free consultation, fill out our contact form and we will get in touch with you shortly.
Dr. Upasana Gala is the founder and CEO of Evolve Brain Training, a Neurofeedback-centered institute that focuses on using non-invasive brain training techniques to maximize the brain's true potential.