How often do you procrastinate?


How often do you find yourself distracted by subtle background noises like computers, motors running, conversations in the next room, etc.?

How often do bright lights or sunshine affect your 'vision' or ability to concentrate?
How often do you experience anxiety, boredom, mood swings, and/or sleep deprivation?
How often do you lose or misplace things and are always looking for something?
The objective of this quiz is for you, a non-ADHD person to better understand what an ADHD person experiences everyday in most every situation...whether it's trying to listen to and be a part of a conversation or to just sit down and enjoy a movie. An ADHD person probably answered "VERY OFTEN" to almost every one of those questions. 
When any of the above situations happen, it helps to remember to consciously B-R-E-A-T-H-E !
Here's a breathing tip for everyone because it strongly influences our mind, body, and moods. By simply putting our attention on our breathing without even doing anything to change it, we move in the direction of relaxing. Here's is an effective relaxation technique, a natural tranquilizer:
1. Exhale completely through your mouth, making a whoosh sound; keep the tip of your tongue against the roof of your mouth throughout the exercise.
2. Close your mouth and inhale quietly through your nose to a mental count of 4.
3. Hold your breath for a count of 7.
7. Exhale completely through your mouth, making a whoosh sound to a count of 8.
5. Repeat the cycle 4 times and do this at least twice a day. 
This is not the same as Ujjayi Pranayama Yoga breath, sometimes called ocean breath.
I know.  I know.  I'm just interested in who else notices.