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What can you do if add affects your daily life / ability to carry on a normal life?

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Dr. John Edwards
Pediatrics 27 years experience
Get help: There are so many great treatment and management options for add/adhd. You owe it to yourself and those around you to get help. See a therapist for help with diagnosis (or internet search for common symptoms) and then consider seeing a doctor to discuss meds or alternative options. Consider using green tea, black tea, coffee to help yourself get enough sleep consider fish oil, vit d, exercise.

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