Mini 30: Tips to Avoid Feeling Fearful, Frustrated & Frenetic


Modern life is crazy busy. It’s enough to make many of us feel like we have ADHD! In this episode, Dr. Hallowell talks about how our daily distractions can leave us feeling frantic, forgetful and frustrated and suggests simple things everyone can do to get back to a cool, calm and collected self.

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Ep 30: This Special “Sleep” Yoga Helps You Find Focus

Dr. Hallowell celebrates ADHD Awareness Month with one of the best ways to quiet and relax the mind – yoga! Join the Distraction Podcast team in the yoga studio and learn about the benefits of Yoga Nidra, a guided sleep and relaxation practice that combats stress, tension, and over-stimulation. Whether you have ADD/ADHD or just want to train your mind and maintain focus, grab your yoga mat for this episode.

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Learn more about Yoga Nidra at  www.freshyoga.com

 

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Mini 29: 7 Ways to Manage Adult ADHD

Being successful takes hard work, especially when you have ADHD. Dr. Hallowell offers several tips for adults with ADHD to get the most out their “Ferrari-engine brains” and thrive in life.

Please share this episode with someone you know who has attention deficit disorder. Let’s all help each other and continue to build our ADHD community.

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Ep 29: Ned’s Wife Gets Real About His ADHD


On a recent afternoon at The Hallowell Center in NYC, Dr. Hallowell sat down with his wife Sue for a heartwarming conversation about his own ADHD and their marriage. Sue doesn’t hold back and gives listeners a clear picture of what it’s like to be the only one in their house without ADHD. (Their 3 kids also have ADHD!) She shares her insights and tips for living with and loving someone who has ADHD.

Ned and Sue’s Book, Married to Distractionhttp://www.drhallowell.com/books/married_to_distraction/

https://www.adhdmarriage.com/

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Mini 28: How to Find Mental Health Help

Dr. Hallowell offers suggestions for finding the right mental health professional. His recommendations include in-person, online and over-the-phone resources you might not have thought about!

Links mentioned in this episode:

www.therapists.psychologytoday.com

www.findtreatment.samhsa.gov

www.openpathcollective.org

www.prestoexperts.com

www.talkspace.com

www.breakthrough.com

If your situation is an emergency call 911 or a crisis hotline. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 1-800-TALK.

 

 

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Ep 28: Meet the Girls Behind the Guys We F****d Podcast

Corinne Fisher & Krystyna Hutchinson are on a mission to spread the word that women should be able to have sex with whoever they want and not be ashamed or called names. The ladies join Dr. Hallowell in the studio for a frank and entertaining discussion about sex, relationships and their groundbreaking podcast, Guys We F****d: The Anti-Slut Shaming Podcast. 

Warning: This episode includes graphic language/material.

Corinne & Krystyna’s website: http://www.sorryaboutlastnightcomedy.com/

 

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Ep 27: Is Pokemon Go the Ultimate Distraction?

It’s the source of thousands of driving accidents, and has people walking down streets but not looking where they’re going. Pokemon Go is the latest technological distraction, but do players realize it or even care? Washington Post Technology Reporter Haley Tsukayama visits Dr. Hallowell to help put this augmented reality game in perspective.

Haley’s article: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-switch/wp/2016/07/12/what-is-really-behind-the-pokemon-go-craze/

 
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Ep 26: Emily Morse & Sex in the Age of Distraction

Studies show that couples aren’t having as much sex as they used to. In this episode Ned has an in-depth conversation with Dr. Emily Morse host of the top-rated podcast, Sex with Emily, about the obstacles people are facing and what to do about them. As Emily says, men are like frying pans and women are like slow cookers! Ideas and suggestions offered up in this show will help you keep the fire burning in your bedroom. 

Emily’s website and book:

http://www.sexwithemily.com

https://www.amazon.com/Hot-Sex-Over-Things-Tonight/dp/1616280735

 

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Mini #25: Robert Putnam on Why You Should Care About Other People’s Kids

Best-selling author and Harvard professor Robert Putnam speaks with Ned about the growing opportunity gap between the rich and poor and the effects it has on all of us.

Links mentioned in this episode:

http://robertdputnam.com/about-our-kids/

https://www.theopportunitygap.com/

Jacob Riis, How The Other Half Lives: http://www.authentichistory.com/1898-1913/2-progressivism/2-riis/index.html

 

 

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