ADHD Tips for Keeping Your Focus

Posted By TMG Marketing Team on Sep 16, 2020 |


Managing ADHD Through a Pandemic

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, commonly known as ADHD, is a condition with symptoms that can make daily life difficult—especially during the pandemic that has caused many students to turn to virtual learning. ADHD is an often misunderstood condition that is frequently treated with medicine. While those medications may be effective, the side effects are oftentimes drastic and in some cases harmful. This leads many to seek holistic alternatives to make everyday life much more manageable. Many turn to hypnosis or hypnotherapy for ADHD, providing practical solutions for symptoms. Our Cumming and Roswell based hypnosis professionals have explained some helpful suggestions for keeping your focus with ADHD.

 

Top Ways to Stay Concentrated

 

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Structure can easily be lost if you’re learning or working from home—that’s why extra effort has to be put in. Be diligent in waking up at a consistent time, maintaining your morning routine, starting tasks on time, and ending when you’re supposed to. Sticking to a routine and a schedule will keep the urgency needed to stay focused and produce great, quality work while learning.

 

Manage Constructive Breaks

While getting sidetracked can halt productivity, adding constructive break times can help the day move along smoothly—boosting focus and mood. These scheduled breaks can help an individual with ADHD to push through the day while staying alert and focused through their tasks, making work time that much more effective.

 

Find a Balance

Learning and working from home is very difficult if you can’t get a break from it. Make a priority of finding social time and moments for hobbies, allowing for the same school-life balance you’d be able to achieve by physically attending class. Virtual learning and work can be consuming—studying at home as opposed to at school and create blurred lines of when it’s time to work and when it’s time to relax. Being intentional about social activities and other hobbies will help define that separation.

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Learning in the same area where you eat, sleep, and relax is very difficult—especially for someone with ADHD. Space around your home may be limited, but it’s essential in virtual learning to find a dedicated spot to minimize distractions. Find a way to set up a work station that’s distanced from the TV, devices, and other distractions that could derail focus. Additionally, this is helpful after hours to create separation from your living area to where learning and work are to be done. This area should be well-organized and provide a distraction-free space for productivity.

Seeking Professional Help

ADHD makes everyday life difficult, but it’s a manageable condition. The symptoms are usually treated with prescriptions; however, it may be beneficial to seek a holistic approach. Many parents with children who have ADHD have turned to hypnotherapy, otherwise known as hypnosis. This is a practice that targets the source of these symptoms and adjusts the mindset for long-term adjustments that reduce the symptoms of ADHD. This is especially important during this pandemic, considering virtual learning and working from home. Thankfully, telehealth options are available—conducting sessions via a video chat for health and safety reasons while upholding the same level of quality as an in-person session.

 

Call on the Pros: Hypnotherapy of North Georgia

Hypnotherapy of North Georgia has locations in Cumming and Roswell, serving the Greater Atlanta area and beyond with hypnosis for ADHD and other challenges. Through in-person and virtual sessions, our services are trusted across Georgia. Hypnosis for ADHD is a safe and holistic approach, and we’d be happy to help you find the long-lasting results you’re looking for.

I would and have recommended this office to anyone who feels like they need therapy… in just one session, I was able to face losses that I never handled when I was younger. Dr. Berger was absolutely and totally professional! It all comes down to the old adage, “you get what you pay for.” The only thing is I feel like I got way more than my monies worth in just my first appointment. Please give them a shot!!

Noah S.

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To learn more about Hypnotherapy of North Georgia in Cumming and Roswell, hypnosis for ADHD, and how our services can help you, contact us at 678-353-3243 or by filling out the contact form on our website. Available virtually for telehealth sessions, we are open for appointments despite COVID-19.