Get quick tips for coping with attention-deficit disorder.
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Male Speaker: A neuropsychologist as well as an ADD expert. There is no five-minute cure for these things, but you give us a lot of helpful advice and how a parent dealing with a child with ADD can cope, can you share a few of those with us. Frank Lewlis: First of all, most kids who have ADD are very anxious. It is actually the anxiety that causes most of the problem with ADD. So, you have to treat that as well in terms of the brain function of ADD, but I would also encourage them to consider teaching them how to breathe correctly because there are different kinds of cycles that you breathe through that will actually activate different parts of the brain and it is also incredibly important that we have already talked about and that is what you eat, especially in the morning.