Mindfulness might be good to improve attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adults.

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is a chronic neurobehavioural disorder which is responsible for problems associated with inattentiveness, impulsivity and hyperactivity in many children and adults. Due to its manifestations, these persons may find it hard to sit quietly in a spot. Fidgeting with their hands and tapping their feet or squirming in their seats is … Read more

The Concept of Neurodiversity! Why it is Dividing the Autism Community?

Think of the idea of neurodiversity as saying, ‘Hey, we have a universe composed of different people who should naturally act differently, by virtue of their different genetic and neurological makeup. And while autistics are another sort of people who make up the universe, people should learn to embrace this neurobehavioural diversity as it takes … Read more

Autism facts that proves how our understanding of the disorder has transformed over the last decade.

Autism Spectrum Disorder is a neuro-developmental disorder characterized by impairment of communication, social interaction and certain repetitive behaviours. It becomes manifest early in childhood between the twelfth and the eighteenth month of birth, and many of these children grow into adults with the disorder. Diagnostic statistics show that autism occurs 4 times more frequently in … Read more

People with ADHD are more creative than the others

Creativity entails using one’s imagination to produce or conjure up original ideas. People can be creative in different ways and in different areas of life. Think of creativity as the ability to form something new under the sun. More often than not, when we talk of creativity our thoughts shift towards areas like poetry, visual … Read more

Handling Meltdowns As an Autistic Adult

Handling Meltdowns as an Autistic Adult Meltdowns. For many high functioning autistic adults, they are their worst enemy. Many autistic adults can “pass” as neurotypical when making friends, having a job, and being in a relationship. However, many adults still don’t know how to handle meltdowns. Meltdowns are an autistic person’s way of treating over-stimulation. … Read more

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