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Conquer ADHD in 60 Days without Ritalin

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Do you tend to be late, do too many things at once, and underestimate how long it takes to complete a task? Do you tend to "zone out" whenever something is boring, too complicated, or hard to understand? Do you struggle to read, concentrate, focus and remember? If you answered yes, you are far from alone. These are just a few of the symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (or ADHD). If you have ever wondered if you or someone you love suffers from ADHD, then you don’t want to miss today’s interview. Nicky VanValkenburgh, the author of Train Your Brain, Transform Your Life: Conquer Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in 60 days, without Ritalin is joining me to discuss what symptoms to look for when it comes to ADHD and more importantly, specific techniques and strategies that will help you conquer ADHD in 60 days.

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Nicky VanValkenburgh wrote Train Your Brain, Transform Your Life after experiencing a remarkable personal transformation with brain training for ADHD. Actually, she spent three years researching and writing her book. It explains the science behind the brain training technology, as well as personal stories, insights and experiences. By reading Nicky's book, you'll be able to examine the facts for yourself and make an informed decision as to whether brain training is right for you. Nicky is a motivational writer with 20 years experience writing for newspapers and magazines. She has a Master's in Journalism from Regent University, and a Bachelor's in Psychology from Eastern University. Nicky is a contributing writer for Upstate Parent, Low Country Parent and Palmetto Parent magazines, which are published in South Carolina (circ. 250,000). Occasionally, she also writes for the American Chronicle and California Chronicle. For more information:www.trainyourbraintransformyourlife.com

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