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As far as I can see, your source for saying these two shouldn't be combined is a user on Reddit. That is not a reliable medical source. The package inserts of Ritalin and Concerta don't mention coffee consumption. This is interesting because coffee being such a ubiquitous drug, you'd think if the combination was dangerous or discouraged, there would be ...


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First, a correction. ADHD is NOT caused by a dopamine deficiency. It is way more complex than that, but i won't go into detail here. The best treatments for ADHD alter dopamine activity (and they are very effective), but that doesn't mean the cause for ADHD is a dopamine deficiency. So the question is how vortioxetine can help in ADHD. Well, the short ...


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First: it says on the WebMD link you posted that you should consult your doctor immediately if you experience the side effect of "outbursts of words/sounds." Please be sure you do so. The word for the involuntary behaviors you're experiencing is tics. They are "verbal tics" if you are saying words, or "vocal tics" if you are making non-word sounds with your ...


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As aduckinthewinter mentioned, ADD/ADHD is not something that can be fixed - just managed. I wouldn't worry at all about trying to "fix" your ADD/ADHD, just understand it and work with it. Some experience hyperfocus if you do, learn to tap into it. Also make sure that you're getting proper sleep and nutrition. You might try an elimination diet to see if ...


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What is hyperfocus? Adults with ADHD often report episodes of long-lasting, highly focused attention, a surprising report given their tendency to be distracted by irrelevant information. This has been colloquially termed “hyperfocus.” (ADHD, 2019) Do medications used to treat ADHD decrease hyperfocus? 1) Ozel-Kizil et al, 2016, Hyperfocusing as a ...


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