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Superfoods get things moving

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Superfoods get things moving

Superfoods are packed with nutrients but also have high fibre content so can help relieve constipation and keep the bowels healthy.   What causes constipation? Being blocked up with a tightening of the intestines and a buildup of stool is uncomfortable. The causes can be diverse and sometimes depend on the lifestyle choices.   A diet low in fibre and water can contribute to the problem. Not exercising and letting your abdominal or bowel muscles weaken can make it difficult to get your intestines moving. Sever cases are known intestinal hypo motility – you simply don’t have the simply don’t...

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Superfood; The secret of beauty

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Superfood; The secret of beauty

Superfoods are foods that contain high levels of nutrients such as antioxidants and vitamins. Why are those nutrients important for you? If nothing else, these components are essential for beauty.   Superfoods and Antioxidants Antioxidants are a very important base for beauty, since it has as a function to retard and prevent the oxidation of the cells, thus helping reduce the signs of aging. These nutrients can be found naturally in large quantities in superfoods, such as; Cacao, chia, goji.   Superfoods and vitamins In addition to antioxidants, superfoods are rich in vitamins. Vitamins are very beneficial for skin care,...

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Part II: The subtypes of Attention Deficit Disorders

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Part II: The subtypes of Attention Deficit Disorders

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) along with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and Attention Deficit Disorder with impulsivity are all considered subtypes of Attention Deficit Disorders. While more research needs to be done, studies indicated there is no one specific cause responsible for the disorder. It has been shown that ADD and ADHD is a combination of certain factors.   Causes According to recent studies genetic factors do play a key role in the formation of this disorder. A child with relatives who suffer from ADD or ADHD is more likely to develop the disorder than others who have no family...

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Part I: The subtypes of Attention Deficit Disorders

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Part I: The subtypes of Attention Deficit Disorders

There are some questions whether Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) is a separate disorder from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or the same disorder. According to the latest edition Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders published by the American Psychiatric Association DMS-5, ADD and ADHD are considered a single disorder divided into two subtypes. A third subtype has been added labelled Attention Deficit Disorder with impulsivity. What are the differences between the three subtypes?     Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) This biopsychosocial mismatch usually manifests from early childhood but it’s often difficult to give an accurate diagnosis before age four...

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Part 2: Common psychological disorders of childhood

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Part 2: Common psychological disorders of childhood

Mental disorders, also called psychological disorders, often show up at different stages in a child’s development. Changes in the mental process -- motor, reasoning, emotions and behavior— affect children in a biopsychosocial way. Helping parents identify and understand the issue can help them cope as well as develop treatment plans for their particular child.   Sphincter control disorder Getting your child toilet trained is often a series of trial and error. Some children are quick while others are slower. According to popular studies, the average age where a child can control their bladder and bowels is between 18 to 24...

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