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Addictive gaming more common with autism and ADHD

Addictive gaming more common with autism and ADHD | ADHD | Scoop.it
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Children with an autism spectrum disorder spend about twice as much time playing video games as kids who don't have a developmental disability, according to a new study.Researchers...

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American Institute Health Care Professionals's curator insight, August 1, 2013 2:45 PM

#addictivegaming #childrenwithADHD  New study from Reuters found that children with ADHD are more prone to addictive gaming.    Playing video games now a days is normal for children however children with ADHD play about 50% then children without ADHD.    Also found in the study autistic children play 100% more.  

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MindMed Launches First iPhone App To Treat ADHD

MindMed Launches First iPhone App To Treat ADHD | ADHD | Scoop.it
iPhone Application Is The First To Provide A Natural Treatment Option
For Millions of ADHD Patients.

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American Institute Health Care Professionals's curator insight, July 30, 2013 3:24 PM

#ADHDtreatmentApp #diagnosedwithADHD #AlternativeADHDtreatments Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with ADHD?   Good news!  There is an iPhone App for that!    MindMed has created an ADHD treatment app for the iPhone.   This is definitely considered one of the most interesting alternative ADHD treatments out there.   


How it works is by increasing concentration, attention and focus through a program available on a hand held device.   The exercises are designed to be 1-2 minutes long and are engaging for both adults and children.   Best part of this ADHD treatment is no potentially damaging drugs are used.