Overall, the authors found many adults with ADHD didn’t sleep that well and were rated as sleepier than controls during the attention tasks. Perhaps more importantly, however, the association between sleepiness and poorer cognitive performance remained significant even after controlling for levels of ADHD symptoms. In other words, some of their attention problems evident in these tasks seemed to be related to their sleepiness and not any intrinsic concentration problem. Interestingly, however, the major EEG deviations such as frontal lobe “slowing” were found to be most related to ADHD status, although also showed some associations with sleepiness. … [Read more...] about How Much Do Sleep Problems Underlie ADHD Symptoms?
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Leo: 23 July - 22 August If you do a job and you have many such tasks that you have to tackle on time, then avoid doing it in haste, otherwise the work you create may be spoiled. It will be better if you try to complete all the work according to a good plan. This will also reduce your pressure. Today will be a stressful day for businessmen. A project may be withdrawn from you. In such a situation, you may suffer a huge loss. At this time you must also invest money wisely. Talking about personal life, due to being busy today you will not be able to give enough time to the family. This can make your spouse angry. It will be better if you plan something good for your family on weekends. … [Read more...] about Daily Horoscope: 30 May 2020
Another key misconception identified in our study was on the level of brain injury a concussion is thought to represent. Very few athletes and coaches correctly understood that a concussion represents a mild traumatic injury. Interestingly, those athletes who believed a concussion represents a severe brain injury reported engaging in more sparring sessions per week and fewer indicated they had suffered a concussion in the past year relative to those who understood the actual level of severity a concussion represents. This finding introduces how education on even basic concepts may help, as the understanding of this general idea led to safer behaviour and likely a more realistic perception of concussion occurrence. Therefore, big changes appear to be achievable through small steps. … [Read more...] about The Vicious Cycle of Concussion Ignorance in Combat Sports
One of the often-overlooked factors that can be devastating to online learning is a lack of access to high-speed Internet connections or computers that can be used for this type of learning. A higher proportion of families with access issues have kids with special educational needs and may also be less capable of providing the support and supervision these kids need to succeed in home-based learning. As a result, kids with ADHD, LD, and ASD are likely to be even more negatively impacted by the educational concomitants of the coronavirus pandemic. … [Read more...] about Will Distance Learning Produce a Coronavirus Virus Slump?