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Out of Chaos! : Understanding and Managing A.D.D. : It's Relationship to Modern Stress by Sanjay Jasuja "A unique book on understanding and management of Attention Deficit Disorder (A.D.D.), Childhood through Adulthood. Its relationship to Modern Stress. Domestic violence, aggression, addiction to stress, substance abuse, high divorce rate, learning-reading difficulties and challenges of parenting, are some of the issues our society is struggling with today. Out of Chaos! uniquely addresses these issues and explains the role of undiagnosed Attention Deficit Disorder (A.D.D.) in the above. It discusses the symptoms and management strategies to deal with this complex syndrome. It describes the brain-behavior relationship and uses simple brain diagrams to illustrate what's happening in the mind and how the latter controls our whole body. Individuals with A.D.D. are more prone to high stress and concomitant medical conditions like, Heart disease, including high blood pressure, coronary artery disease, high cholestrol, etc., fatigue, fibromyalgia, weight gain, sexual difficulties, gastrointestinal problems (acidity and gastric ulcers, indigestion, irritable bowl syndrome, etc.), depression, and mood swings. It offers concrete "do's and don'ts" to deal with stress and stay away from the "chaos."
Putting on the Brakes : Young People's Guide to Understanding Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder by Patricia O. Quinn, Judith M. Stern, Michael Chesworth (Illustrator) "I felt it put me closer with my son, since I could better understand what the ADHD was about from a different point of view. It was like being inside the mind of a child with ADHD. When I react now, I think a lot more before making a rash outburst, because I know my son will be thinking "Gosh - whats the big problem?". Thank-you for letting me get closer to understanding what a child with ADHD goes through."