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What are Nootropics & How Can They Help Your Cognitive Well-Being?

Nootropics are a broad category of cognitive enhancers, also called “smart drugs.” They include natural and artificial substances that improve cognitive function, particularly attention span, memory, creativity, motivation, and focus. Nootropics are becoming increasingly popular. In fact, in the past decade or so their use has become widespread among professionals in many different fields. A …

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Why Kids Don’t Outgrow Reactive Attachment Disorder and What Happens When They Grow Up Without Help

Reactive Attachment Disorder, or RAD, is an emotional disorder that is characterized by a lack of attachment to other people. It is the result of neglectful or abusive parenting. The child with RAD has trouble forming relationships with others and lacks empathy for those around them. They have trouble establishing healthy relationships with others and …

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When People Don’t Get It: Raising Children With Reactive Attachment Disorder

There are many reasons why people don’t understand that it is extremely difficult to raise a child with reactive detachment disorder. One of the most important reasons is that people don’t know about it. They may not have heard of this term, or they may not have been educated about it. Reactive attachment disorder occurs …

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The Disorder That Affects Us All: What You Need to Know About Developmental Trauma Disorder

Developmental trauma disorder is a condition that occurs when a child is exposed to chronic and severe stress in their environment. The term developmental trauma disorder was first coined by Dr. Bruce Perry who, in 1992, found that children can be traumatized as a result of neglect or abuse. What are the Causes? Developmental trauma …

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What is Neurofeedback and How it Ties in with Reactive Attachment Therapy?

Neurofeedback is a type of biofeedback that measures the activity of the brain, specifically focusing on the electrical activity within the brain. The goal of neurofeedback therapy is to train the person’s mind to control their own brainwaves in order to improve their mental and physical health. Neurofeedback therapy has been used for various purposes, …

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New findings in diagnosis: Correlation Between Bipolar Disorder and Reactive Attachment Disorder

ADHD and reactive attachment disorder are two different disorders that have some overlapping symptoms. Both of these disorders have a strong correlation with the early childhood experiences of the individual.The symptoms of ADHD and reactive attachment disorder are similar in many ways, but they also differ in important ways. For example, ADHD is usually diagnosed …

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