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How ADHD Medication Changes Things

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Sean Wallace read an article of mine, The Process of ADHD. I had shared it on my FB page. His response was so powerful I asked him to come on the show and share it with you. Here is an excerpt from his original post:

"I was diagnosed ADHD the summer before 6th grade. I was prescribed Adderall and I hated taking it, I never ate, my mouth would always be dry, I couldn't sleep and It made it hard to make friends because I was so quite all the time (usually I would be talking up a storm and getting in trouble) I would trick the nurse at school and pretend to take it because I didn't like it that much. The positive side to that was I would go from straight F's to straight A's in a matter of weeks, I would clean my house, be good, I never procrastinated, I was nicer. It worked miracles. Come to find out I was just taking way to high of a dosage..."
 

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