Distraction with Dr. Ned Hallowell Podcast Now Available on BookTrib

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The news just keeps on coming! We’re so excited to bring the podcast, Distraction with Dr. Ned Hallowell, to you on BookTrib.com, the premier website where readers meet writers. Dr. Edward (Ned) Hallowell has been the go-to expert on ADHD and other distraction topics for Oprah, 60 Minutes, Doctor Phil, CNN, Good Morning America, Doctor Oz, The New York Times, USA Today, U.S. News and World Report, Time, The Los Angeles Times and many more top media outlets. He has written 22 books and sold millions of copies, making him a New York Times bestselling author.

In the Distraction with Dr. Ned Hallowell podcast, he explores how we are driven to distraction and offers coping strategies to turn modern problems into new-found strengths. Something we can definitely all use in our day-to-day lives!

driven to distraction dr. ned hallowellDr. Ned Hallowell is considered to be one of the foremost experts on the topic of ADHD. He is the co-author, with Dr. John Ratey, of Driven to Distraction, and Answers to Distraction, which have sold more than a million copies. In 2005, Drs. Hallowell and Ratey released their much-awaited third book on ADHD, Delivered from Distraction. “Delivered” provides updated information on the treatment of ADHD and more on adult ADHD.

Dr. Ned Hallowell’s most recent book, Driven to Distraction at Work: How to Focus and Be More Productive was published 2015 and is an Amazon No. 1 bestseller! In Driven to Distraction at Work, Dr. Hallowell identified the underlying reasons why people lose their ability to focus at work. He explains why commonly offered solutions like “learn to manage your time better” or “make a to-do list” don’t work because they ignore the deeper issues that are the true cases of mental distraction.

In the fourth episode in the series, Dr. Ned Hallowell discusses the difficulty of suffering from misophonia.

Most of us have been annoyed at one time by the sound of another chewing or breathing, but for some it goes way beyond annoyance. For those who suffer from misophonia, everyday sounds like gum chewing, lip smacking, or clicking a pen can induce feelings of outrage. Dr. Hallowell talks to Josh Furnas, a man who has suffered from misophonia since he was a young child, and Dr. Phillip Gander, an assistant research scientist at the Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Iowa about this unusual condition.

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