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5 Essentials for people that have ADHD

If you of someone you know has been diagnosed with ADHD then you know the brilliant potential they possess. Brilliant minds unleashed but just a bit distracted and unorganized. Here is what we found that can help keep on track and focused.

Bring out the best side

We’ve found the top 5 things for people with people that have a hard time staying focused. Other alternative treatments for symptoms of ADHD at home. These are also still being studied to determine their full effectiveness in treating ADHD, but many believe they can help with symptoms.

Some of the things that techniques that are used today are:

exercise / meditation / neurofeedback / healthy diet / yoga / acupuncture / massage / additional sleep / limiting the use of electronic devices.

Other alternative treatments for ADHD may include:

Omega-3 fatty acids (fish oil), minerals like zinc, magnesium, or iron (only if you are deficient; otherwise, these supplements can be harmful) and avoiding certain food colors and preservatives

Lastly, I am not a Physician, this is for educational purposes on products out in the market that may be able to help deal with anxiety, stress, and other factors that impact our lives. I am not in any way telling anyone to use or purchase these products, that is for a professional to help you decide.

#1 Books

Educate Yourself

What’s a parent to do when Johnny can’t stop fidgeting with his pencil in class or Sally daydreams and doesn’t finish her math assignments? It’s only natural for parents of children who are diagnosed with ADHD to worry when their kids fidget, daydream, or disrupt the classroom. And no child is happy when a teacher becomes frustrated with his behavior and sends notes home to his parents.

Fortunately, there are many great books written for both kids and parents on managing ADHD, each one offering a different opinion of what ADHD is and how best to help a distracted or overactive child. Some authors emphasize medication, but there are many other perspectives. For example, some experts propose changing the child’s diet; they recommend adding more fresh foods and cutting out foods with sugar, artificial colorings, and preservatives. Others advise that kids spend less time in front of electronic screens and more time outdoors in physical activities. Still others have found that providing a predictable structure for a child’s day and enforcing consistent rules at home make for calmer happier children.

There is no dispute, however, that reading books — whether alone or with a parent — has a calming effect on children and may be especially helpful to kids with ADHD. Here books meant to inspire and empower readers who are overactive or inattentive

Thriving with ADHD

Help your child understand and manage their ADHD with engaging activities for kids ages 7 to 12

Smart but Scattered

There’s nothing more frustrating than watching your bright, talented son or daughter struggle with everyday tasks like finishing homework, putting away toys, or following instructions at school.

CBT Toolbox

The CBT Toolbox for Children and Adolescents gives you the resources to help the children in your life handle their daily obstacles with ease

Driven to Distraction

 Now the bestselling book is revised and updated with current medical information for a new generation searching for answers.

Taking Charge of ADHD

The leading parent resource about attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and its treatment has now been revised and updated with the latest information and resources.

#2 Fidget Tools

Keep those hands busy

Fidget tools are a great way to help adults and children deal with attention, focus, and sensory processing.

Most would think of these as “toys” but its quite the opposite to someone that needs something to break the distraction going on in their brain. Use Fidget items as tools and teach them to be treated as such otherwise they become misused and defeat the purpose. Items such as a squishy balls being thrown around the room would be an example of what not to do.

Basically, a fidget is an amazing tool to help people focus, not a toy.

Fidget Spinners

They spin, they light up, they balance on your finger, fidget Spinners are just cool. They were very popular the last couple years but since turned into collectors items.

Magnetic Rings

Great for keeping fingers busy while trying to concentrate on the task. Not only for self-entertainment, they can also can be played with friends. Can be transform as different tabletop games.

512 Magnetic Balls

BUILDABLE, MASHABLE, SMASHABLE: Build, mold, sculpt and engineer endless shapes and satisfying structures. Then mash ‘em all up and start over again! The only limit is your imagination, flex that flux and show us what you can do.

Sensory Fidget Set

Some of the best items to reduce stress are the ones that have been used for years. Here is a pack of sensory squishable stretchy items that are hard to put down.

#3 Supplements

Better than the addictive controlled substance

Most people with ADHD have had the opportunity to experience what it’s like to be on Adderall, Redlin, Vyvanse, or other forms of “Doctor approved” medicine as a controlled substance. Personally I opted to do more research and try some of this stuff on myself. My results are a non addictive natural mood enhancer that I feel is a “safe” alternative to what the Doctor recommends. I asked the Psychiatrist about supplements and he had no clue so I sought out a holistic nutritional doctor to get more educated.

Research shows that medication does a good job of managing ADHD symptoms in many children and adults. Still, the thought of starting your eight-year-old son or daughter on a drug, no matter how effective it might be, causes lots of hand-wringing and soul-searching in parents before they agree to do it. There are potential side effects to be considered, along with the fact that ADHD medications don’t work the same way for every child in managing symptoms. So some parents look for other natural remedies for ADHD, such as nutrition, exercise, and supplements, to help their child deal with symptoms.

It is important to understand what a supplement is. A nutritional supplement provides basic nutrients for optimal health and function that you may not be getting from your food. Supplements include vitamins, minerals, proteins, and fats. I don’t include herbal or botanical ingredients, such as ginkgo or St. John’s wort, in the supplement category. Botanicals are plant-based products that are not necessarily nutrients, but which may have positive effects on health and function.

Every natural remedy for ADHD mentioned here has some research to support its effectiveness in improving some symptoms. Consult a physician to help you incorporate supplements into your treatment plan. Managing supplements and other integrative treatments requires expertise. It is difficult for a family to do this on their own.

Anxiety Soother

Designed to support your body’s response to moments of occasional and mild anxiety

Anxiety Soother with Lavender is bitter, spicy and floral, accompanied by a numbing sensation from Kava

Genius Drops

Improve Brain Function – JoySpring Genius Drops are a non-addictive preservative-free solution to giving a healthy brain all day focus and attention that your child deserves. See improved concentration, focus, and memorization skills with a healthy, safe kids calm supplement.


Quiet Time, Because We’re Always Wishing For More: Does your kid bounce off the walls throughout the day? Do they get crazy fits of energy that seems to never end? You’re not alone! Help your kids relax and unwind, soothe and relax along with supporting their anxiety needs.


The kids melatonin sleep aid helping thousands of little munchkins rest better. New natural sleep aid takes your child’s sleep to a whole nother level. We replaced adult dosages with 4 simple ingredients safe for kids calming, sleep and immune support.

Focus Factor Kids

BRAIN HEALTH SUPPORT FOR KIDS: Specially formulated for kids to help support healthy brain function, with neuronutrients, essential vitamins, and more*

NUTRITION FOR BRAIN HEALTH: Like other parts of the body, your child’s brain needs proper nutrition to perform its best whether at home or school*

Super Calm

One Super Calm kids supplement a day helps alleviate anxiety and keep kids calm and focused. Our child’s magnesium calm supplement chewables are full of beneficial vitamins and herbal extracts. Each calm kids magnesium chewable includes magnesium plus vitamin B6, vitamin D3, lemon balm, valerian extract, passionflower leaf extract, chamomile flower extract, and l-theanine.

Ultimate Omega-3

WHY OMEGA-3S – The omega-3s in Ultimate Omega Jr. benefit brain health, mood, and learning, as well as normal cognitive function and social development.

HIGH-POTENCY FORMULA – This omega-3 fish oil formula offers a potent, kid-sized serving of EPA & DHA in a strawberry-flavored mini soft gel that’s easy to swallow or chew.

Omega Focus

WHY OMEGA-3S – Omega Focus Jr. is a unique blend of concentrated omega-3s EPA & DHA from fish oil, plus key nutrients DMAE and phosphatidylserine that work together to benefit attention and learning by supporting overall brain health.

EASY TO TAKE – This formula comes in small, easy-to-swallow mini soft gels with a pleasant lemon (gelatin) flavor.

Calm Anxiety

Natural calm for kids chocolate supplement that combines L-theanine & relaxing chamomile flower.

Calm for Kids is made with milk chocolate, non-GMO ingredients and only 2g of sugar per piece. Candy coated with colors from fruits & veggies. For children ages 3 & older, give two (2) pieces as needed. Do not exceed six (6) pieces per day.

#4 Essential Oils

It's like a magic potion

Ever heard of Aromatherapy? This is what we’ve found that not a lot of people know about yet. From personal experience it does have affects in mood changes but does need to be accompanied by some training and caution.

Essential oils are extracts from the leaves, roots, stems, flowers and seeds of various plants. The oils are distilled into extremely concentrated forms and contain active ingredients that are thought to have beneficial effects.

Important: FDA has not approved the use of essential oils for the treatment of ADHD, but many alternative medicine practitioners recommend essential oils to treat symptoms. Essential oils should never be taken by mouth because some of them are toxic if swallowed. They should only be inhaled or rubbed onto specific spots on the body. It’s important to dilute essential oils with a “carrier oil” like coconut oil before you use them because a concentrated essential oil is more likely to irritate the skin. A 2 percent dilution is standard for adults, and it should be reduced to 1 percent for children.

Essential oils are believed to help ADHD in conjunction with behavioral therapy. Many of these oils have a calming or relaxing effect that helps modify some of their behavioral symptoms. Do your own research before using them.

doTERRA Kids Collection

Whether you are an experienced practitioner or new to essential oils, Kids Collection is the complete and ready-made whole body essential oil toolbox designed to empower caregivers to confidently care for the health and wellness of little ones. Formulated specifically for developing minds, bodies, and emotions, these essential oil blends feature unique combinations therapeutically balanced to provide powerful benefits while being gentle on delicate skin.

KidSafe Starter Set

KidSafe by Plant Therapy is the first-ever line of essential oils developed especially for children. Formulated by Robert Tisserand for children ages 2–10, KidSafe features a variety of synergies and single oils targeted for common issues in this age range. All are available as 100% pure, undiluted essential oils as well as pre-diluted roll-ons.

As parents ourselves, the Plant Therapy team wouldn’t settle for anything less than absolute safety, and these oils aren’t just safe for children, they’re effective too!

Natrogix Nirvana

18×10 ml Natural Essential Oils Set: Natrogix Nirvana is the ultimate essential oils set, holding eighteen (18) painstakingly extracted essential oils: Eucalyptus, Frankincense, Lavender, Lemongrass, Lemon, Moroccan Rosemary, Sweet Orange, Tea Tree, Peppermint, Turmeric Oil, Tangerine, Ylang Ylang, Basil, Cedarwood, Spearmint, Bergamot, Copaiba Balsam, Cinnamon Leaf. We’ve created 200 custom recipes for your essential oil sets, and you get the book free with purchase

Diffuser and Oil Kit

The Complete Bundle – Our Essence Diffuser has a 300 ml capacity and uses state of the art wave diffusion technology to atomize essential oils for ultimate wellness. The Essence diffuser includes 7 ambient light modes with two intensity settings for 14 different light combinations. It also includes 4 timer settings and a convenient auto shutoff feature for low water levels. Essence is made of BPA free plastic with a beautiful printed wood grain design.

Calm 'Em Down

Calm ‘Em Down is a high-noon sun, seagulls chatting, waves crashing and a cool salt-tinged breeze blowing. This roll-on offers a comforting aroma that can only bring to mind the finest summer day.

Calm ‘Em Down is specifically blended to quell restlessness and offer a peaceful atmosphere. This pre-diluted roll-on (a combination of Douglas Fir, Petitgrain, Lavender, Sweet Orange, Vetiver, Damiana and Vanilla CO2) is part of our OK For Kids line, and can be applied directly to your skin.

Focus, Focus, Focus

Focus, Focus, Focus acts as a pencil sharpener for the brain. Its uplifting, citrus-tinged aroma steers your mind back on track.

Focus, Focus, Focus is specially formulated to boost concentration and spur progress. Lasso your wandering mind with this blend of Grapefruit, Lavender, Pink Pepper, Lime, Cedarwood, Sweet Orange, East Indian Sandalwood, Spearmint, Geranium, Osmanthus and Vanilla CO2. Part of our OK For Kids line, this roll-on makes a great homework companion for your child. Simply apply it to their wrists to encourage better study habits.

Study Buddy

Unlike a distracting roommate, Study Buddy is always ready to get right to work. Its crisp, citrus notes make it a pleasant homework helper.

Study Buddy is specially formulated to keep you on task using a mix of Lemon, Litsea, Grapefruit, Black Pepper, Douglas Fir, Cedarwood, Cypress Wood, Lime, Vetiver, Damiana, Spearmint and Patchouli. Part of our OK For Kids line but strong enough for adults, Study Buddy encourages you to keep focused as you work to meet deadlines or prepare for a big test. Take Study Buddy with you to the library, classroom or the office.

OK For Kids" Roll-On 12 Set

A parent’s first priority is the safety of their child, which is why the OK For Kids Roll-On set offers aroma therapeutic benefits using only pre-diluted, child-safe synergy blends. Blends like Sniffles & Sneezes, Study Buddy, Up & At ‘Em, Bee Happy, Focus Focus Focus, Healthy Hero, Breathe In Breathe Out, Calm ‘Em Down, Head-A-Sore-Us, Soothe & Smooth, Sound Asleep and Tummy Aid offer kids a piece of the aromatherapy pie and parents peace of mind.

From boosting their mood to starting their morning off on the right foot, the OK For Kids Roll-On set has your child covered. Help your kiddos enjoy the benefits of aromatherapy by applying these blends to their pulse points.

Baby & Mama Pure Kids Set

BLENDS : ArtNaturals Baby and Mama Essential Oils blends are therapeutic grade, and GC/MS tested. Each blend is a carefully chosen mixture of 100% pure artnaturals oils that are safe for kids and babies.

CARRIER OIL : Used with a carrier oil for massage, its clean, refreshing scent helps ease the effects of a long, vigorous day. Its renowned healing properties have been known to boost a variety of hair, skin and nail conditions.

ESSENTIAL OIL DIFFUSER : When used with an aroma diffuser, ArtNaturals Aromatherapy Oils wafts a rejuvenating, brightening scent through home or office, bringing relaxation, wellness, and satisfaction to your day.

Volcano Diffuser

Sea Animals Diffuser

Elephant Diffuser

Unicorn Diffuser

3D Diffuser

#5 Games

Brains in overdrive

Many children best express and challenge themselves through play. Using games and activities to encourage growth is the cornerstone of play therapy. Learn how you can teach valuable life skills to children of all ages with these recommended toys and games.

Child psychiatrists and psychologists have long used play as a therapeutic tool for children with problems such as ADHD, mood disorders, and anxiety disorders. Many children who otherwise have trouble expressing themselves can do so through play therapy.

Additionally, experts believe that parents can use play to help their children achieve impressive gains in attention and social skills. And while the market abounds with expensive and therapeutic toys and games specially designed to help children with ADHD, experts believe many conventional, inexpensive toys can be just as beneficial.

Starter Kit for iPad

TEACHING: Arrange puzzle pieces to match on-screen shapes (Tangram), solve creative physics puzzles by drawing lines or placing items in front of the screen (Newton), learn to draw anything with creative drawing skills (Masterpiece), add, count & multiply tiles to pop the number bubbles (Numbers), learn spelling & vocabulary with on-screen images (Words).

Mad Dragon

Designed for children aged 6 to 12. Learn that they have choices about how to express anger

This fast-paced therapeutic card game helps children ages 6-12. Fun & therapeutic card game teaching anger control

My Feelings Game

280 scenarios to help kids explore and talk about feelings! 260 regulation strategies to help kids manage their feelings in socially appropriate ways! 24 movement cards to keep kids engage! Illustrated Booklet that introduces seven different kids with seven different feelings!

I Know What to Do

STEM TOY AND GAME – Playing with STEM LEARNING toys in early childhood is important for many reasons. First, it helps young children to explore and understand the world around them. Plus, it allows them to collaborate with their peers, and express their thinking or creativity. Later in life, children with these skills are better able to answer complex questions, investigate issues, and develop solutions for real-world problems.