Cool now I can get my Adderall and ganga from the same 9 year old.
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Originally Posted by Edgar
Spamtar - a strange combination of boorish drunkeness and erudite discussions, or what I call "an Irish academic"
I have terrible short term memory when I'm baked. One thought after another, totally scatter brained, man!
When old doors close, new doors open.
Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?
Doctors like these have truly lost the true meaning to what Medicine is all about.
ADHD is a figment of the lazy scientists mind. It's something they've harnessed around natural variations in the human psyche. It's taking the easy way out- scientists half assing their jobs.
So lazy they consider asthma a disorder even though it's part of natural variation in the human respiratory system, and therefore should not be treated. Let 'em suffer as nature intended. No?
Natural variant =/= good variant.
By the way, I have both, and if I could choose I would lose the ADHD in a heartbeat. Asthma may have nearly killed me, but only ADHD has made me want to die. I'll never be homeless because of asthma. It's a distinct possibility I'll eventually end up homeless because of ADHD.
And please educate yourself about the scientific research. I've listed the many biological (yes, biological, measurable, quantifiable - not theoretical) contributing factors before, but I shouldn't have to. Do a Google Scholar search.
Smoking (both active and passive) and drinking alcohol during pregnancy is also a greater problem in the West than in developing countries, and there is a well-established association between these prenatal assaults and ADHD also.
You know, nowhere near as many children are diagnosed with ADHD as are diagnosed with asthma and eczema. These two have also become much more common with every passing decade. I don't see anyone raising doubts that there has been a genuine increase in these disorders, and certainly no one suggesting that the more people suffer from them, the less important it is to treat them.