I have adhd, and I find that when I have to sit down and do some work, I need to reward myself regularly, and set myself small goals. For example, I may decide that for every 100 words I write, I can get up and go for a walk around my garden. This helps clear my mind, and allows me to get my work done.
I also get more work done when I am in an environment with few distractions, e.g. a library or empty classroom.
I'm not sure if your question is about adults with adhd, or children. I'm speaking from an adult's perspective. However, I think the same techniques I've described may also be useful to use with children with adhd.
if you're asking for a child, i wrote a hub about it--http://hubpages.com/hub/ADD-ADHD-and-Homework
for myself, i find that frequent breaks are necessary. many of the same techniques work for children and adults as well. we're all really quite the same
#1. Set a routine time to study, daily.
#2. Find a quiet place without distractions.
by Jonesy0311 5 years ago
Does anyone else feel that ADD/ADHD is a made-up disease?You can't even find a cogent diagnostic method in the Psychological DSM manual for this "disorder." Also, it is impossible to distinguish a kid with ADD from a gifted or brilliant child. Is it a scheme to make money by pushing drugs...
by jaydawg808 4 years ago
Is ADD and ADHD a "real" condition?As a child, I would probably have been diagnosed with this. But there was no such thing at the time. I often wonder if this is a real condition or if it's simply made up for people who cannot control or handle their children.
by marinealways24 8 years ago
Best ADD or ADHD Medicine? Which is the best one and why?
by Diane Minton 4 years ago
Do you have ADD or ADHD and what symptoms does your behavior show.How old were you when you were diagnosed? Is your life like sunlight and flowers after finding it out?
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