Can breathing really improve ADHD?

breathDo you see your child gulping air in and out? Modern science tells us there is a lot more to breathing than mouth breathing.  Overbreathing, through your mouth, doesn’t get more oxygen in our blood, it is already pretty full and emptying your blood of all carbon dioxide, stops oxygenation into your muscles, brain, cells and organs. I have been amazed at my discoveries over the last few weeks and even more astonished that parents of ADHD children are not given this information. So listen to the teleclass recording and in just 1 hour find out more. Here is the link to sign-up for free

I strongly recommend you review the previous material I have posted at where you can listen to my first introductory teleseminar on breathing and also read a body of research material on ADHD and breathing.

When I published The Elephants in the Classroom, there was always going to be room for more elephants to pop up.  It seems that mouth breathing so stresses your body, it is behind much of the anxiety and need for grounding mentioned in  “The Elephants in the Classroom: uncovering every student’s natural power of mental imagery to enhance learning“. To find out more, order your own copy here, or more than 10 copies here or on or

#overbreathing #elephantsintheclassroom #ADHD #breathing #oxygenation #brain #muscles


About olivehickmott

I am a Forensic Learning coach, showing people how they can improve their own learning and change their health. Working with creative neurodivergent students is a joy, as they learn new skills to overcome many of their learning challenges.
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