ADHD & Productivity – Inside the Classroom (Tips & Tricks)



Get Rid of Distractions!

The top 3 distractions in the classroom are usually a noisy, or chatty friend/“neighbor”, bringing a phone into class and trying to sneak screen time, and a cluttered environment/desk space.

If you are struggling with a friend who wants to catch up in the classroom, nicely explain that you sometimes have some trouble focusing and that you’d love to catch up with them before or after class.

If the urge to hop on your phone seems to be an issue, try to invest in a screen time blocker and set it during classroom hours. Often times, you are still able to get urgent calls/texts, but it would prevent you from constantly browsing on your phone.

A cluttered desk space may not seem like it has potential to hinder your focus, but studies suggest that it does play a huge role in success. When you get back to school from Christmas break, try keeping your school desk, backpack and desk space at home free from clutter and distractions.

Just eliminating these three things may promote focus, and stay on top of school work.


Aid Your Brain

We firmly believe diet plays a huge role in cognitive performance. If you feel a bit sluggish during your school day, try out one of the following aids:

Bulletproof Brain Booster

“On-the-go support for healthy digestion, cognitive function and provide a boost of energy from Bulletproof fats.

Made with only Brain Octane oil, which metabolizes more efficiently into ketone energy than less refined oils with C10 and C12 (Lauric Acid) MCTs.”

Four Sigmatic Lion’s Mane

“It’s the pencil sharpener for the digital age – allowing you to be “on point” as you put your mind to the next task. Whether you’re writing your next best-seller, prepping for exams, or facing a deadline at work, our savory Lion’s Mane Elixir makes putting your nose to the grindstone actually smell pretty good. Additional ingredients include organic peppermint, rose hips, rhodiola root and hint of stevia (reduced 50% from old recipe).”

For more of our tips and tricks feel free to check-in with one of our educational therapists!

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