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Home Activities To Help Kids With ADHD

ADHD, or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, is classified as a neurodevelopmental disorder that can make it difficult for children to concentrate and focus on tasks. If your child has been diagnosed with ADHD, or you suspect that they may have it, there are a variety of activities you can do at home to help them improve their concentration and focus.

  1. Exercise and physical activity: Physical activity can help improve concentration and focus in children with ADHD. Encourage your child to participate in activities that get their heart rate up, such as running, jumping, or playing sports.

  2. Brain games and puzzles: Games and puzzles that challenge the brain, such as crosswords and Sudoku, can help improve concentration and focus.

  3. Mindfulness and meditation: Teaching your child mindfulness techniques, such as deep breathing and visualization, can help them learn to focus their attention and calm their mind.

  4. Break tasks into smaller steps: Large, overwhelming tasks can be difficult for children with ADHD to complete. Break tasks down into smaller, more manageable steps to make them more approachable.

  5. Use rewards and incentives: Consider using rewards and incentives to motivate your child to concentrate and focus on tasks. This could be a small treat or a special activity they enjoy.

  6. Reduce distractions: Minimize distractions in your child's environment, such as turning off the TV or radio and putting away phones and tablets, to help them focus on the task at hand.

  7. Use visual aids: Visual aids, such as charts and diagrams, can help children with ADHD stay focused and understand complex concepts.

By incorporating these activities into your child's daily routine, you can help them improve their concentration and succeed in school and other areas of their life.

ADHD medication for kids

Common drugs that are prescribed to treat ADHD include Ritalin, Adderall, Concerta and Focalin, just to name a few. These drugs are categorised as stimulants - amphetamine or methylphenidate - and an increasing number of people are shying away from them these days!

Evidence to suggest that these stimulants come with an array of side effects are pushing many parents to treat their child's ADHD naturally and stay away from prescribed medication. Side effects of ADHD drugs include anxiety, agitation, irritability, moodiness, insomnia, decreased appetite, weight fluctuations, stomach aches, headaches and tics.

The good news is, that there are various natural remedies and lifestyle changes that you can apply to your child's life that can help manage your child's ADHD in a healthy, safe way!

Treat your child's ADHD with the following natural remedies:

  • BrightSpark is a natural ADHD remedy for hyperactivity and behavioural problems in children. It's a safe and non-addictive remedy that reduces restlessness, fidgeting, impulsive behaviour and tics, while improving co-operative behaviour and their ability to concentrate and stay on task.
  • Although it is very effective in its own right, BrightSpark for hyperactive children has been formulated for use along with Focus & Calm, a herbal remedy for ADHD to support brain health, improved concentration and mental clarity. It is highly recommended that these two remedies for ADHD be used together for best results!
  • Kids who suffer from ADHD often feel isolated and 'different' from others. They may feel insecure about their ADHD and feel degraded when they get reprimanded for not behaving well in class or struggling to concentrate. MindSoothe Jr acts as a natural antidepressant! It improves the confidence and mood of children who suffer from anxiety and self-esteem problems. It also helps to reduce anger, mood swings and oppositional behavior!
  • Kali Phos is a tissue salt that assists with concentration, calm and nervous system health.

If you have any health-related questions, please contact us or leave a comment below for FREE advice. We always love hearing from you!

Saskia Michele

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Feelgood Health Team - February 23, 2023

Good day Mapitsing

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Mapitsing Mashiloane - February 23, 2023

Goid evening i am Mr Mashiloane Mapitseng and having a child who is five year old. The boy sometimes isolate himself, likes to talk alone, have poor concentration, hyperactive and doesn’t focus on one thing. So i just want to know from you whivh medicine/s can be good for this young boy.

Hoping that you will help me

Mashiloane Mapitseng

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