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Jeff H. Patient Expert

Vancouver, Canada
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My Last Post….. And That’s The Way It Is by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD In September 2005 I started this blog and over time, I wouldn’t have dreamed it would become as read and visited as it has. Originally, this was simply a cathartic writing ... Read on »
ADD/ADHD – Your Schedule, Your Life! by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD I stumbled upon a three year old blog post on ADDitudemag.com called Take Control of Your Schedule! Take Control of Your Life! by Marla Cilley today. Just goes to show y ... Read on »
Benjamin Franklin, $100 and ADD by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD I came across a good read on Linkedin called 14 Lessons From Benjamin Franklin About Getting What You Want In Life that was linked to Business Insider , that was written ... Read on »
ADD Organization With Miss Organized by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD As I’ve posted many times, organization is one of the key elements of managing ADD/ADHD. That clutter and chaos can tip the scales and create stress, hinder people’s focu ... Read on »
Berries On The Brain by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD We’ve all heard about how healthy fruit is and that we should eat it daily as part of a proper nutrition program. For me, I start most of my days with a fruit filled smoo ... Read on »
How The Brain Ages & ADD by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD With ADD and our brains, time and how we take care of ourselves can impact how a brain ages. I thought this image was very interesting, the original can be viewed at terml ... Read on »
Housework Doesn’t Have To Suck! by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD Yup, a lot of ADD’ers procrastinate and hate doing things like housework. The laundry accumulates, dishes on the counter and other tasks can pile up and get frustrating. F ... Read on »
40 Work Hours a Week is Useless by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD Oh ya, a 40 hour work week boxed into a cubicle…..shoot me now please! Like many ADD’ers, I can’t imagine the thought of sitting at a desk in the corporate cubicle all da ... Read on »
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation For ADD? by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD OK, don’t judge me……but I was watching Dr. Oz this week and saw a very cool medical treatment called Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). No, I don’t sit around the h ... Read on »
Dining Out? Some Foods/Beverages ADHD Sufferers Need to Avoid by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD By Guest Blogger Alvina Lopez – Maintaining a healthy diet is one of the essential holistic ways to keep ADHD symptoms in check. In fact, a new study   suggests that eatin ... Read on »
A Bunch of ADHD Ratatouille? by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD OK, this is an interesting read, but I also think it needs to be taken with a grain of salt, that’s just my opinion though. In an article that just came out on Mashable.co ... Read on »
Writers Block……Help! by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD Today, I have a bad case of writers block. It’s bad, no creativity, no unique idea, no funny stuff….. no nothing. With that, let me turn the tables and ask you, the reader ... Read on »
Give Employees Unlimited Vacation Days by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD I read a great article online this week by Joe Reynolds founder of Red Frog . It got me thinking about great work environments for people with ADD/ADHD, here is Joe’s ori ... Read on »
Children Not Making The Grade For Treating ADHD by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD A very important article hit the front page of the Vancouver Sun today By Erin Ellis. “A massive study on the rates of attention deficit and hyperactivity disorders in ... Read on »
Practice What You Preach by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD I was wondering recently, have I become a blogger who is simply spouting off? Am I actually doing what I say? Walking the walk? Talking the talk? Hmmmmmm, this opened up ... Read on »
Google Goggles For ADD by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD In a world of instant gratification, everyone wants in now! Many ADD’ers are challenged by patience and need that stimulation, thus you’ll see ADD manifested in challenge ... Read on »
A Day Inside My ADD Mind by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD A glimpse inside the mind of an ADD’er would be very interesting from the perspective of a person who does not have ADD. Perhaps I can help. As I awaken, there is no layin ... Read on »
Rejection With ADD-ADHD by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD Remember that old Christmas special on TV with the moving figure animation, Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer? Rudolph, the Dentist wanna-be and Yukon Cornelius all end up o ... Read on »
5 Reasons Why ADHD Coaching Doesn’t Work by Jeff H. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in ADD & ADHD I came across a very good post on the blog at ADHDManagement.com called 5 Reasons Why ADHD Coaching Doesn’t Work and thought I’d share it with you. As a person who stands ... Read on »