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Questions & Topics in this Episode:
- [00:03:48] Advice on medication routines and the process of finding a physician to help
- [00:08:52] Where to look and how to look for contractors to help with house renovations & overcoming analysis-paralysis and making a decision
- [00:22:31] Tips to manage twitchy legs during movies, car-rides, and sleeping; and managing TMJ and teeth-grinding
- [00:22:31] What is the impact of low estrogen on post-menopausal women? Does taking estrogen supplements assist with cognitive functioning?
- [00:28:35] A discussion about a professor disclosing/sharing their ADHD diagnosis with students and colleagues
- [00:36:17] “Are there any apps that you would recommend to help with time management and motivation? Or, would you say apps for ADHD are overrated?”
- [00:43:46] Motivation, moving forward, and self-care when feeling emotionally held back
- How to address getting into feeding/eating routines that
- [00:52:47] Eating routines and “safe foods” for kids – how do I get my kids to eat a wider variety of foods?
- [00:58:45] Crickets and a Moment of Dad
Resources & Honorable Mentions:
- Website: ADHD Assessment Forms for Adults | CADDRA
- Tool: TaskRabbit
- Article: Periodic Limb Movement Disorder
- Video: Why is it So Hard to Do Something that Should be Easy? with Jessica McCabe & Brendan Mahan
- Video: How to Do Something That Should Be Easy (But…Is…Not) with Jessica McCabe & Brendan Mahan