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Alcohol and Executive Function: Brains Under the Influence
Drinking alcohol is pretty much a given for a huge proportion of our society, and in the festive season the amount we drink on a regular basis tends to increase. Alcohol can make us feel good, can help us relax our thoughts, and release some of our anxieties and fears. And that can be a real draw for someone with a brain that never stops and a litany of executive function challenges to face.
Join Dr. Soracha Cashman, cognitive neuropsychologist, in this brief Neuro Insights module to learn a little more about the connection between alcohol and our executive functioning
Brain Boost Module
Self-care during the winter months
Brrr…it’s getting cold outside! The cold can get down to our bones, but also to our brains and our hearts, and begin to affect our mood and how we think about and connect with ourselves and others. This bite-size video (under 6 mins) provides practical strategies for you to beat the winter blues this year.
Winter Self-Care Toolkit
Do you struggle more than usual in the winter months? Download this helpful pack of special resources to help you manage your mood and your ex executive function skills over the winter months.
How To Enjoy The Holiday Season If You Have ADHD - A Dopamine Kick
🎄It’s Christmassssssssssssssss!!!🎄and that can only mean one thing… lots of festivities and amazing food!
However, the festive season can also be a stressful time of year for anyone so If your living with ADHD you may find it all overwhelming and challenging.
Listen to this podcast to learn some tips and tricks to survive the holiday season