Psychotherapy ADHD Blog 2: Feed your starving ADHD brain

December 7, 2010

ADHD Blog Debi ElliottBy Debi Elliott, December 7, 2010: I often see ADHD patients in my Boulder Quantitative EEG neurofeedback practice who do not have enough brain energy to develop new brain patterns. They quickly burn through their glucose (sugar) and completely lose their productivity during the remainder of the session. This is not only unproductive and costly, but also frustrating for both patient and therapist. Very much like a football coach who doesn’t want the quarter back to show up for training with a major hangover, it is likewise important that ADD and ADHD patients come to their training session in physical (brain) top condition. Continue reading this ADHD Blog on “Feed the ADHD brain, then challenge the brain”.

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