ADHD affects the ability to manage life – particularly when situations require sustained effort, consistency and planning. Here are some suggestions: Focus on Long Term Skills ADHD is best seen as an executive function disorder.
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It is also true that at least some of any apparent resilience does not come from having been born with a better innate temperament, but results from having had at least one supportive and nurturing adult family member who buoyed up the person's coping skills as a child.
Pioneering researchers led by Dr. Lulu Qian at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) have created synthetic biochemical circuits that are able to perform information processing at the molecular level–an artificial neural network consisting of DNA instead of computer hardware and software.
When people know to ask for feedback, they feel in control, West says. Gradually, West says, people will feel safer asking for feedback if they know the resulting discussion will be productive, not threatening.
My million-dollar question for you: Did the intensity of aerobic exercise during the 35 minutes of walking, jogging, or cycling on a stationary bike (three times a week for six months) make a difference on the degree to which aerobic exercise promoted improved executive functioning in adults at risk for cognitive decline?"
"Although memory and executive function [thinking and planning skills] declined at a greater rate in people with type 2 diabetes, this was not explained by a decline in brain volume," said study author Michele Callisaya, a research fellow at the University of Tasmania.
I write typically about research findings related to moral functioning and living a good life. Sometimes I muse on things that I puzzle about (politics). I also write about things that I am working on myself--the endless quest for virtue!
Future research can look in more detail at other brain networks involved in hippocampal control, in order to find ways to optimize physical health as mediated by self-esteem, to understand what specific behaviors may influence hippocampal function to foster greater health and whether existing and new treatments can target key brain regions to be more effective.
So religion’s ultimate function, then, can be conceptualized as getting people to work toward the interests of the broader group (via social-control or horizontal mechanisms)—partly by getting them to believe that some all-powerful deity is keeping an eye on their actions (i.e., the vertical dimension of religion).
Many healthy behaviors help prevent the deterioration of aging, as explained in the book, Improve Your Memory for a Healthy Brain. Recent research indicates that exercise in older age can prevent the immune system from declining and protect people against infections.