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Swimming with ADHD: Part 2

Swimming with ADHD: Part 2

(Go here to read part one.) The cognitive and social benefits of swimming for children with ADHD are closely tied to the physical effects, but are worth discussing on their own. They include increased concentration, a calming effect, a positive form of structure and...
Swimming with ADD/ADHD

Swimming with ADD/ADHD

My oldest child has ADHD. As a parent learning to navigate all that comes with that diagnosis, from nutritional strategies to potential medication choices, one thing has stood from out the beginning. Regardless of the path we choose, natural medicine versus...
Three Reasons You Need Adult Swim Lessons

Three Reasons You Need Adult Swim Lessons

I started something new at the age of 39. Now, I already know how to swim, so it wasn’t that. (It was martial arts, in case you are interested.) I signed up for Tai Kwan Do with my children, who’ve been doing it for a while now. It’s something I’ve wanted to do for...
5 Tips to Prevent Swimmer’s Ear

5 Tips to Prevent Swimmer’s Ear

Summer swim season is here, and with it comes just a few things we all dread – like perpetually wet towels, losing our bathing suit off the diving board, and of course, swimmer’s ear. While I can’t really help you with the diving board dilemma, I can give you a...
Best Life Hacks For Swimmers

Best Life Hacks For Swimmers

Life hacks for swimmers. We scoured the internet looking for the best life hacks for swimmers, and it all boils down to this. Dry your stuff out completely between swims – suit, towel, cap, all of it. Don’t put your suit in a washing machine. That’s it. That’s...
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