Do you or someone you love have ADD or ADHD? Do you suspect that you might? Take a look at this list of possible behaviors.

Do any of them feel like they fit?

  • Inattentive
  • Easily distracted
  • Disorganized
  • Impulsive
  • Poor follow through
  • Trouble listening when others are talking
  • Making careless mistakes/poor attention to detail
  • Forgetfulness
  • Restless/Impatient
  • Fidgety
  • Difficulty awaiting turn
  • Leaves projects incomplete
  • Talking excessively
  • Interrupting others
  • Difficulty budgeting time
  • Lacks confidence
  • Mood swings

Meet Alice

 Alice has struggled from undiagnosed ADHD for years…
is her story familiar?

Alice is a talented potter with two beautiful children, a supportive husband and the owner of a growing production pottery company. She has been building her business for eight years and is finally beginning to achieve financial success.


Her husband has been her backbone for years both in support of her career and in sharing all of the duties of raising their children. From the outside, Alice’s life seems pretty perfect. Behind the mask of entertainment and fun, things are very different.

Alice feels like her life is out of control. She is constantly stressed about balancing work and home life. She seems to run around in circles and has difficulty staying focused on a task from start to finish. She often needs several reminders about upcoming events and is disorganized in her home and in her studio. She is constantly trying to get it all “back under control.”  Her whole life, people have referred to her as impulsive and she wonders if it is true although she doesn’t feel that she is.  Alice is juggling a lot as she always has, but she is beginning to break down more often.  She is sleeping less and waking up with a racing mind and her relationship with her family is feeling the strain.

Alice has never been diagnosed with ADD/ADHD but after bringing her youngest child in for Brain Integration for her ADD, she found herself checking off several of the boxes on the behavior checklist for herself.  After her daughter finished the protocol and she saw the changes for her, Alice decided she wanted to do it as well. After the first few weeks of protocol, Alice began to see major changes in how she was reacting to the world around her. She felt much more in control of her emotions and she is feeling an overall sense of calm. She began to remember things easily and found that she was naturally more organized and began to put better plans in place for how to keep it that way.

With all of these changes taking place, she is able to focus more and her attention and concentration are getting better every day.  Without the constant chatter in her mind, she is able to relax and enjoy more quality time with her husband and family.  The positive effects begin to radiate and her overall quality of life has increased exponentially.

Are you ready to invest 10-15 hours to end the struggles associated with this lifestyle disability?