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Michael Brantley Feb 10
The title of my new course ”The ADHD Prescription Fixer Elixer (How to qualify for Ritalin, Adderall or Vyvanse)
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Vittoria 4h
"I sometimes joke about how when I went to college, people did drugs to check out. And now people do drugs to check in. That says something about our culture right now." - Anjan Chatterjee (Neurologist)
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Jessica Mar 17
. please take down the poorly researched documentary . they help my brain focus, just like my glasses help my eyes focus. There's no shame in medically treating a medical condition and perpetuating stigmas like this hurts people w/
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Daniel Johnson MSP Mar 17
. they have made my life and that of my family better -they enable me to function. Your portrayal of ADHD medication in is unbalanced and simply adds to the stigma faced by those dealing a diagnosed neurological condition.
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found fifty dollars 13/01/19 Mar 22
groundbreaking documentary really making me rethink my meds....this relevant interview with Some Guy Name Nathaneal, who is A Literal Software Engineer is mindblowing...
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Diane Mar 17
Not one mention about impaired executive functioning, sensory overload, emotional dysregulation, impulsivity. Other than "Attention" your "experts" ignored every single aspect of ADHD diagnosis and disability/impairment.
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GrandMasterView Feb 14
Quote ‘society has adhd’
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Abe Mar 19
Replying to @angstiestBoy
Adderall changed my life, saved my academic career, and has helped me be the version of myself I was always meant to be. The fact that people abuse these meds that make my life livable is not something or anyone can make me feel ashamed of
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ADHD For Life Mar 16
hi Jessica, am assuming you will be doing a video on Netflix's would love to here you though from your side of the pond. But I think it has just made medication for the uninformed out there.
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Maria Shriver Mar 22
So proud of this film and the conversation it is igniting . If you haven’t seen it yet, please do and join the conversation.
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Dr Ambrish Mithal Jan 28
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Faye Haynes Mar 17
Replying to @MxFayeHaynes
If you prefer to , then do so! If you prefer to go unmedicated, more power to you. But we as an need to band together. We need to support each other.
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Megan Farrell Mar 18
without them the brain fog is so thick I can’t even remember the sentence I just read. without them the fatigue allows me to get nothing accomplished.
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¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Mar 21
I'm aware and respect that meant to show the story of prescription meds abuse but it's critical to help people understand responsible use vs addiction. ADHD folks and addicts can both say they need it, but it means two very different things.
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drhallowell Mar 27
I have seen in my practice over the past 35 years, thousands of people, ages 6 to 76 years, experience tremendous results due to medication. Lives have been saved! For some reason all we hear about are the dangers. Please see a doctor who knows the facts.
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Maria Shriver Mar 16
Excited to talk to about , which starts streaming tonight on . The film examines the rise of Adderall, other cognitive performance enhancing drugs. Must-watch for parents, teachers +psychiatrists. I’m super proud of her.
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Forrest Maready Apr 21
If you believe in mandatory vaccines but not mandatory antibiotics, you’re doing it wrong. Protect the herd from everything.
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Maria Shriver Mar 12
Ditto ! We hope you watch on Netflix starting this Friday.
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Peter Zalabowski jr Mar 21
& - not cool publishing this irresponsible "film", but I'm glad you did, because finding , and reading the stories of others sharing my experiences has been a real breath of fresh air.
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C. Schwarzenegger Mar 16
“Take Your Pills” is out on TODAY!!!! Go watch!!!! 💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊
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