And according to tests with actual dogs, the shit in every bloody direction.
It just doesn't resolve it.
About 22 minutes from what I usually get from gog.com.
Sure, it's not instant-on, and you will have to, you know, plan a bit.
But you can keep the movie, to view when you like.
The sane option is to give people the necessary time go through their email when they get back.
1: It's not.
The basic problem is that people with ADHD (at least not me) can't willingly choose what to focus on.
For me, without methylphenedate, I can basically present something to my eyes and hope it registers.
With it, I can choose to focus on it.
Yes, the difference is that big.
2: Many drugs can definitely shift perceptions.
Loads of them aren't very dangerous either.
ADHD-meds are basically there to help you establish a base-line so that you can function like a normal person in certain situations where otherwhise, you simply couldn't.
3: And just how do you think you reach high levels of probabilities?
In general, first you perform small-scale highly controlled experiences.
Then you go ever larger and less and less controlled.
Currently, it's been shown to fundamentally change peoples lives, mine included, to the better.
And in some cases give easily reversible consequences.
Your solution would condemn a couple of percent of every human, globally, to just suck it out instead of using a chemical which gives them the ability to function.
I don't believe this is true on
And that is why, at least in Sweden, you aren't just thrown a bunch of pills.
When I got my concerta treatment, I had to go in once a week with detailed logs of how it affected me.
For a couple of months.
I still have to go in once a year or so to refill my prescriptions.
Therapist would be all of those except drugs.
But, you are wrong regardless.
Facts are basically what we call the most likely reasons for something to be in a certain way.
Which is exactly what psychiatrists try to ascertain.
Indeed, it's normal to get some amount of errors.
I got 100%.
That is highly abnormal.
Except that temperature is in the shade, not in the sun.
In the sun, it's way hotter than that.
Also, even in the shade, we need a coolant around us to function properly.
This shouldn't really be news.
One of the major ADHD tests is if you can control impulses in various situations.
Impulse control is way, way harder, bordering on impossible for people with strong ADHD.
I still remember my test for instance.
I was supposed to press for every symbol that came up on the screen, except for X and Y.
I couldn't help pressing for X as well.
I literally said the equivalent of "fuck" each time, which made my psychiatrist laugh.
This would be something similar.
In my experience (I'm from Sweden and have an ADHD diagnosis and know a lot of people with the same one), the right way is to have a bit of both.
The pills won't "cure" anything.
They will, in many cases, dampen the symtoms.
And that is all.
Extremely useful for some, including me.
Could you please just talk with any psychiatrist for this subject for five minutes?
Stop trying to apply common sense, which is basically just a nice word for prejudive, instead of lookint at the facts.