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Enter to win a Play Attention learning system — the focus-building technology worth $1,795.
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If Only Learning to Focus Were Fun

Like any muscle, the brain only grows stronger with exercise. For our kids, this means that better focus and concentration can't be willed into existence. (In other words, "Try harder!" doesn't work.) Stronger focus comes from practice — lots of it. But unlike piano or flute practice, brain strengthening can be fun with video game-inspired tools like the Play Attention.

About Play Attention

Play Attention is the world's indisputable #1 learning system to improve attention, behavior, and cognitive function for individuals with ADHD. How does it work? The Play Attention armband measures brain activity indicative of attention. Your child can activate cognitive games by applying full attention to get started. Using this same technology, they can then actually move game characters by attention alone. If they lose attention, the game will stop until they fully apply themselves again. Play Attention has 5 patents on this process and three independent randomized, controlled studies to back this up.

Enter to Win a Play Attention

Want to win a Play Attention system — designed to improve attention, behavior, and cognitive function — worth $1,795? Use the Comments section below to tell us about the most effective discipline methods you use to shut down your child's bad behavior, temper tantrums, or outright defiance. What works when your child is at his most oppositional?

Deadline

Monday, September 28, at 11:59 pm EST.

Rules

Only Comments posted with a valid email address will be considered valid entries. One entry per household. The editors of ADDitude will select one winner at random and notify the winner via email on Tuesday, September 29. (Official rules)
 
 
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