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For the past 20 years, John Gray has taught us how we are different and given us new insights into better communication and stronger relationships. We need more than new communication skills and an understanding of our differences to have healthy relationships these days. We also need the nutritional support necessary for positive moods, sustained energy and most importan For the past 20 years, John Gray has taught us how we are different and given us new insights into better communication and stronger relationships. We need more than new communication skills and an understanding of our differences to have healthy relationships these days. We also need the nutritional support necessary for positive moods, sustained energy and most importantly, focus. Without focus, communication breaks down in all relationships and frustration increases. Without focus in romantic relationships, passion is lost and there is an increase in breakups and divorces. Without focus at work, people are increasingly dissatisfied and bored, often feeling unappreciated, distracted, exhausted or overwhelmed. Without focus, our lives lose purpose, we are easily distracted, forgetting what we are here for or never realizing what is most important in life. In the midst of our accelerated progress, our modern society has lost our way. We have a greater consciousness of new possibilities but we feel less connected in our relationships due to our loss of focus. John Gray has devoted the past 20 years to researching mental health and its effect on our relationships. He has reviewed thousands of medical studies and traveled the world to find ancient remedies for improving one’s mind, mood and focus. Staying Focused In A Hyper World: Natural Solutions For ADHD, Memory And Brain Performance shares these findings and offers practical strategies for increasing focus, clarity, memory, motivation and sustaining positive moods. Gray explains what causes ADHD in children and how it is the underlying cause for many health issues later in life, including dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease and even Parkinson’s Disease. He details the varied forms of ADHD, from hyperactivity to daydreaming and he provides step-by-step protocols for treating a number of common ailments with natural supplements and lifestyle changes.


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For the past 20 years, John Gray has taught us how we are different and given us new insights into better communication and stronger relationships. We need more than new communication skills and an understanding of our differences to have healthy relationships these days. We also need the nutritional support necessary for positive moods, sustained energy and most importan For the past 20 years, John Gray has taught us how we are different and given us new insights into better communication and stronger relationships. We need more than new communication skills and an understanding of our differences to have healthy relationships these days. We also need the nutritional support necessary for positive moods, sustained energy and most importantly, focus. Without focus, communication breaks down in all relationships and frustration increases. Without focus in romantic relationships, passion is lost and there is an increase in breakups and divorces. Without focus at work, people are increasingly dissatisfied and bored, often feeling unappreciated, distracted, exhausted or overwhelmed. Without focus, our lives lose purpose, we are easily distracted, forgetting what we are here for or never realizing what is most important in life. In the midst of our accelerated progress, our modern society has lost our way. We have a greater consciousness of new possibilities but we feel less connected in our relationships due to our loss of focus. John Gray has devoted the past 20 years to researching mental health and its effect on our relationships. He has reviewed thousands of medical studies and traveled the world to find ancient remedies for improving one’s mind, mood and focus. Staying Focused In A Hyper World: Natural Solutions For ADHD, Memory And Brain Performance shares these findings and offers practical strategies for increasing focus, clarity, memory, motivation and sustaining positive moods. Gray explains what causes ADHD in children and how it is the underlying cause for many health issues later in life, including dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease and even Parkinson’s Disease. He details the varied forms of ADHD, from hyperactivity to daydreaming and he provides step-by-step protocols for treating a number of common ailments with natural supplements and lifestyle changes.

30 review for Staying Focused In A Hyper World: Book 1; Natural Solutions For ADHD, Memory And Brain Performance

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    There's definitely some good information in this book. I may change my review after following diet and supplement plans he advises in the book, depending on how well they work for curing ADHD. However, one of the frustrating parts of this book is how much it references other books of his to buy, sections on his website, or products to order from his online store. Feels a little bit like a sales scheme, even if much of the advice may be sound and a good alternative to pharmaceutical drugs. There's definitely some good information in this book. I may change my review after following diet and supplement plans he advises in the book, depending on how well they work for curing ADHD. However, one of the frustrating parts of this book is how much it references other books of his to buy, sections on his website, or products to order from his online store. Feels a little bit like a sales scheme, even if much of the advice may be sound and a good alternative to pharmaceutical drugs.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mark

    This is an incredibly insightful, informative, breakthrough book on the causes and effects of ADHD and similar conditions, and natural effective remedies. A must-read for anyone dealing with ADHD. Thank you John Gray for all of your incredible research and expert guidance. Your recommended protocols and supplements really work highly effectively.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Heidi

    Parts of this book were helpful, but I ended up questioning the author's authority in this arena. The claims he made seemed to generalized to our overall brain health, and not necessarily specifically oriented toward ADD issues. Most of the natural alternatives he described I'd already heard of elsewhere. I won't be reading the rest of this series. Parts of this book were helpful, but I ended up questioning the author's authority in this arena. The claims he made seemed to generalized to our overall brain health, and not necessarily specifically oriented toward ADD issues. Most of the natural alternatives he described I'd already heard of elsewhere. I won't be reading the rest of this series.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Julieta Worley

    My daughter and my husband started Dr. Gray's protocol and have seen huge improvements in their focus and reduction of ADHD symptoms. So glad we found this! My daughter and my husband started Dr. Gray's protocol and have seen huge improvements in their focus and reduction of ADHD symptoms. So glad we found this!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jerry Rose

    I can confidently say that after reading this book, I have a controlling form of ADHD. While I live by strict routine, I am easily bored, unsatisfied, and looking for ways to change my routine. ------ To summarize the pandemic of ADHD: in 1980, 1 in 10,000 boys were diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder ADHD. Today that number is 1 in 42. Over-stimulation comes in the form of sugar, social media likes, stimulants, NSAIDS, internet pornography, food additives, glyphosphate fertilizers, gluten (t I can confidently say that after reading this book, I have a controlling form of ADHD. While I live by strict routine, I am easily bored, unsatisfied, and looking for ways to change my routine. ------ To summarize the pandemic of ADHD: in 1980, 1 in 10,000 boys were diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder ADHD. Today that number is 1 in 42. Over-stimulation comes in the form of sugar, social media likes, stimulants, NSAIDS, internet pornography, food additives, glyphosphate fertilizers, gluten (the GMO yeast used to mass produce starch), antibiotic overuse, and more in our personalized, consumer economy. Over-stimulation floods our brain with dopamine. If our brain were a thermostat, and the nucleus accumbens were the control, than, to accommodate said dopamine flux, the nucleus accumbens downregulates dopamine response. It lowers dopamine receptor density from 10^16 to 10^13. When our dopamine thermostat is lowered to maintain room temp in the presence of high stimuli, normal stimuli no longer elicit motivation The desire to succeed to please your parents and make you proud is tempting, but not as tempting as that drug addiction, or video game fix. As your body gets more accustomed to this high sustained dopamine output in the day, you begin to crave more dopamine to get the same high you once felt. A self-perpetuating cycle ensues to the point where uncontrollable cravings take hold of your day. To detail the mesolimbic dopamine system: Dopamine is made by the substantia nigria of the midbrain. The substantia nigria, along with the nucleus accumbens and fornix lie in the midbrain. The fornix is a horn whose legs are bilateral hippocampi; its function is to process signals that reach the thalamus and send it to the hypothalamus. Here, autonomic index is altered. Homeostasis is disrupted by this fornix's naming of threat/nonthreat. ------ [with a shortage of men who have graduated, women are not only pursuing college graduates but competing with each other for men. It used to be men pursuing and competing with each other for the women. The whole dating scene has turned upsidde down.....Two boys to every girl are suspeneded or expelled from high school. With more girls competing for the decreasing number of high performing males it creates a hopelessness in other boys] Boys are habitually disinterested in school and face a greater number of challenges in realizing virtues of higher education. They are more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD. They are more likely to be addicted to video games and internet pornography. They are falling behind their women counterparts as a whole. As one of these unfortunate stragglers, I must improve my earning potential by whatever means necessary. While true, there are exceptions to this rule, and there remains male geniuses who butt the curve in their undying determination. As men cannot rely on looks, charisma, natural beauty, or genetic gifts, a minority of men realize early on that their only path to the respect they so desire is work. They regale, day and night, for 2 week stretches, on their one path to freedom. It is a harrowing proclamation of truth in America, today.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Marlee

    This is a great book full of valuable information. No one in my family has adhd. I read it on recommendation of a friend. I found that though I loved the information, and found it quick and easy reading, I didn’t think it was set up in the best possible way. There were many grammatical errors which left some paragraphs confusing. Also, throughout the book there were sentences on almost each page in bold lettering, which one felt were supposed to convey the main idea of that paragraph or an impor This is a great book full of valuable information. No one in my family has adhd. I read it on recommendation of a friend. I found that though I loved the information, and found it quick and easy reading, I didn’t think it was set up in the best possible way. There were many grammatical errors which left some paragraphs confusing. Also, throughout the book there were sentences on almost each page in bold lettering, which one felt were supposed to convey the main idea of that paragraph or an important idea from the page. These sentences, however, often seemed to be chosen at random. Though they were often important, a few seemed to be there only for dramatic effect. Despite this, I enjoyed the book and was grateful for the information in contained. I will continue to reference it our family makes some positive changes.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Leya Delray

    I found this to be an informative read. Was hoping the supplements and protocols he recommended would produce a bigger improvement for the ADHD man in my life. But I haven’t really noticed much of a difference. Kind of disappointed.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ellen Rosenberger

    Very interesting research - very eye opening! Lots to ponder about my own health and what I am feeding and exposing my kids to.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    Just ok. Some good info and some stuff that I found pretty out there with no backup.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Peter

    Mind opener for how to improve focus ( and cure adhd ) After hearing interview on the bulletproof podcast with the author (John gray) I decided to give this book a shot! Well worth the time invested! Not only is it an easy read it is also mind opening for a lot of opportunities to heal yourself and your loved ones with "natural" remedies. I truly appreciate that the book is written "easily" but with references in the footnotes to all claims! This means that I get a good flow when reading. I can h Mind opener for how to improve focus ( and cure adhd ) After hearing interview on the bulletproof podcast with the author (John gray) I decided to give this book a shot! Well worth the time invested! Not only is it an easy read it is also mind opening for a lot of opportunities to heal yourself and your loved ones with "natural" remedies. I truly appreciate that the book is written "easily" but with references in the footnotes to all claims! This means that I get a good flow when reading. I can highlight things and ponder them and if I question the statement I can go back to the book, find the reference and then figure out for myself how John has interpreted the source. I love it! One thing I dislike is that the links to products are only to johns own products, I understand this since it is his book. But I would like for instance to have an affiliate link to glutathione force for instance from bulletproof- but this might also create legal issues so might not be possible. If you are into improving performance - this is an easily digested book. Let me know if you agree. /Peter L

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