What Adults Don’t Get About Teens and Digital Life

August 22nd, 2022 - By Melisa in Uncategorized

Well-meaning messages meant to keep teens safe can backfire. The key is to focus on judgment and agency, not rigid rules for screen time. Read Full Article: www.wired.com; What Adults Don’t Get About Teens and Digital Life

When your brain sleeps, the orchestra plays but the conductor is missing

July 25th, 2022 - By Melisa in Uncategorized

Without sleep, we will die. But neuroscience is only beginning to figure out why we sleep. The brain is highly active during sleep, forming long-term memories and cleaning itself. New research shows that our brains respond to sounds in much the same way during sleep and wakefulness. Read full article: NEUROPHYSC; When your brain sleeps, the orchestra plays but the conductor is missing

neuroAgility Monthly News!

June 17th, 2022 - By Melisa in Uncategorized

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June 15th, 2022 - By Melisa in neuroAgility News, Neurofeedback News

  Histamine, Anxiety, Inflammation and FOOD!   Ahh, June- who doesn’t love those first few weeks of summertime when the air is warm, the flowers are in bloom, and delicate clouds of pollen dance on the 20mph Colorado winds… That’s right, it’s allergy season. Time to break out the antihistamine and try not to sneeze yourself silly! But what is histamine exactly, and does it …more

The Social Executive Function Skills That Elude Kids with ADHD

May 24th, 2022 - By Melisa in Uncategorized

Children and teens with ADHD may lose friends because of deficits in social executive function skills – the underlying processes that are involved in social skills ranging from perspective-taking to reciprocity and cognitive flexibility. Here, learn strategies that help them bolster these skills and strengthen their friendships. Read full article: Additude; The Social Executive Function Skills That Elude Kids with ADHD. By:  Ryan Wexelblatt, LCSW

5 Overlooked Signs of ADHD – the Inattentive Type

April 4th, 2022 - By Melisa in Uncategorized

People with inattentive type ADHD (formerly called ADD) struggle with managing time, losing or misplacing things, and attending to details (resulting in careless mistakes), among other symptoms. Over time, these individuals may experience a higher level of mental fatigue and forgetfulness, and lower sustained energy throughout a task than do their non-ADHD peers. Read full Article: Attitude Magazine; 5 Overlooked Signs of ADHD – the …more

Your Body Knows You’re Burned Out

February 21st, 2022 - By Melisa in Uncategorized

Here’s how to recognize the physical symptoms of work-related stress — and what to do about them. Read full article: NY Times; Your Body Knows You’re Burned Out, By Melinda Wenner Moyer

Please consider a donation to help our Boulder community

January 5th, 2022 - By Melisa in Uncategorized

Please consider a donation to help our Boulder community feel supported and get back on their feet due to the fires in our area. While it is obvious it will take a while, feeling like the community cares will only help the healing process. We all know someone who has lost a home/homes or a pet and I am sure you are doing what you …more

How to slow down time because you’re not getting any younger

December 9th, 2021 - By Melisa in Uncategorized

The older we get, the shorter everything feels, and that can really be quite distressing. Last year’s holiday season feels like yesterday, as does the futuristic-sounding year 2000, and that was almost 22 years ago. Even summer isn’t as long and relaxing as it was when we were young. Read full article: PopSci; How to slow down time because you’re not getting any younger. By …more