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PANS vs. Long Haulers

Post COVID Long Haulers Syndrome vs. PANS/PANDAS

Some who experience a COVID viral infection can also experience physical, neurological, and psychological symptoms long after the initial infection. For those who experience new or worsening pre-existing neurocognitive or neuropsychiatric issues, the road to proper help can be especially difficult.  Long haulers and PANS/PANDAS result from an infection that can leave lingering neurocognitive or…

Teen Behavior Disorders

Teen Behavior Disorders

When a teen experiences behavior disorders during the teenage years, it can be disconcerting for parents. However, behavioral issues are common among teens and they are a normal part of teenage development. It is natural for them to experience internal worries, which parents should be prepared for. Just teens, parents are learning too as these…

How to Deal with Impulsive Behavior

How to Deal with Impulsive Behavior

Behavioral inhibition or lack of impulse control will prevent children from learning at higher levels or developing executive functioning skills. When kids are impulsive, they just aren’t present at the moment because they are two steps ahead in something else. As a result, they aren’t connected and regulated enough to think or pay attention. Response…

How to Overcome Emotional Pain

How to Overcome Emotional Pain

It is painful to experience difficult emotions. It is common for people to encounter emotional distress as a result of stress, upset, disappointment, traumatic events, loss, grief, and toxic relationships. Any bad experience or extreme emotional pain affects a person’s mind and body, especially when we don’t address the pain. Suppressed emotional pain affects your…

How to Deal with Emotional Dysregulation

How to Deal with Emotional Dysregulation

All kids experience emotional upset but some children are more prone to episodes of emotional or behavioral dysregulation. When children or teens are more sensitive that often equates to more stress for parent and child. Emotional dysregulation describes emotional responses that are poorly regulated and do not fall within traditional criteria for emotional reactions. Mood…

8 Common Child Behavior Problems and their Solutions

8 Common Child Behavior Problems and their Solutions

Each child has a unique personality and behavior. However, when children’s behaviors become problematic, parents start exploring solutions. If a child’s behavior is age-appropriate and does not harm others, it is generally considered normal. All children experience behaviors associated with typical developmental periods. But if their problem behaviors get out of control, you should pay…

PEMF to Enhance Memory and Focus in ADHD Kids

Portable Device to Enhance Memory and Focus in ADHD Kids

As mental and physical issues are on the rise, PEMF, or Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields, is increasingly used to support wellness in adults and children. PEMFs are low-frequency magnetic fields that help cells function efficiently, improving healing and wellness. Through the use of PEMF devices, the cells inside the body are stimulated to communicate healthily.   Research…

Anxiety Coping Skills for Teens

Anxiety Coping Skills for Teens

Anxiety happens when you’re nervous, uneasy, or worried for an extended period of time. It’s normal to be anxious, and everyone feels that all the time. But if you are struggling in your day-to-day life or can no longer do anything because you’re always afraid, that’s anxiety and it’s not healthy. If it starts to…

RSD 8 Ways of Dealing with Rejection

8 Ways of Dealing with Rejection

If your child has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), then you need to know that there is a high prevalence of Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria (RSD). Kids with RSD experience emotional dysregulation due to actual or perceived rejection or criticism. RSD overlaps with ADHD symptoms as both can be reactive and impulsive. Children and teens with…

5 OCD treatment without medication

5 Helpful OCD Treatments Without Medication

It can be difficult and frustrating to find out why your child has OCD. In fact, if it comes with a sudden onset due to infection or toxins, it leaves parents overwhelmed or even frightened of what’s happening to their children. Some parents even wonder if their child has gone crazy when they see them…

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