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ADHD Jesse on Twitter
ADHD Jesse on Twitter
Most productivity tools and apps don’t really work for people with ADHD.We get excited by the shiny features and may think “this is the one!” before reality crashes in (and we forget to cancel the subscription).What are some tools that have ACTUALLY worked with your ADHD?— ADHD Jesse (@adhdjesse) September 16, 2022
·twitter.com·
ADHD Jesse on Twitter
Inside the Silent ADHD Epidemic Among Women
Inside the Silent ADHD Epidemic Among Women
Once thought to primarily affect overstimulated boys, ADHD diagnoses have spiked among adult women. For one writer, coming to terms with her diagnosis later in life has put her past and family history in a new light.
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Inside the Silent ADHD Epidemic Among Women
Manuela Hoffmann on Twitter
Manuela Hoffmann on Twitter
"Syndromtypisch kann sich ein Mensch mit ADHS furchtbar leicht (ohne es zu wollen oder stoppen zu können) in die »Angst vor der Angst« hineinsteigern. Er/sie profitiert in einer Therapie dabei in keinster Form positiv von der Konfrontation mit der Angst..." #ADHS  via @readwise pic.twitter.com/rZBs4lCH5t— Manuela Hoffmann (@pixelgraphix) September 7, 2022
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Manuela Hoffmann on Twitter
Fx33 on Twitter
Fx33 on Twitter
It doesn't work. When I step over the clothes pile, I take it to start the laundry, only to remember in that exact moment the unpaid bill, the old vegetables in the fridge and and and. How could I fix the clothes thing with this urgent tasks in the back? This is how my ADHD works— Fx33 (@Fx3313) August 30, 2022
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Fx33 on Twitter
Jesse J. Anderson • ADHD Creative on Twitter
Jesse J. Anderson • ADHD Creative on Twitter
Anatomy of doing a task:➊ Start the task➋ Continue working on the task➌ Complete the taskADHD can make it difficult at all 3 stages.🧵👇— Jesse J. Anderson • ADHD Creative (@jessejanderson) August 7, 2022
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Jesse J. Anderson • ADHD Creative on Twitter
𝕸𝖊𝖗𝖑𝖊∴𝖛𝖔𝖒∴𝕽𝖔𝖘𝖊𝖓∴𝖁𝖔𝖎𝖉 on Twitter
𝕸𝖊𝖗𝖑𝖊∴𝖛𝖔𝖒∴𝕽𝖔𝖘𝖊𝖓∴𝖁𝖔𝖎𝖉 on Twitter
At a check-up after this, I discover that I suffer from bizarre claustrophobia when trying to chill in an MRI machine. The 7,5er midazolam does quite nothing for me. Later I will learn that a huge benzodiazepine tolerance is a common feature of ADHD and ASPD brains alike,...— 𝕸𝖊𝖗𝖑𝖊∴𝖛𝖔𝖒∴𝕽𝖔𝖘𝖊𝖓∴𝖁𝖔𝖎𝖉 (@HEREDOMETRICS) August 6, 2022
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𝕸𝖊𝖗𝖑𝖊∴𝖛𝖔𝖒∴𝕽𝖔𝖘𝖊𝖓∴𝖁𝖔𝖎𝖉 on Twitter
ADHS über die Lebensspanne – wenn der Zappelphilipp erwachsen wird
ADHS über die Lebensspanne – wenn der Zappelphilipp erwachsen wird
Die Aufmerksamkeitsdefizit-/Hyperaktivitätsstörung (ADHS) ist eine der häufigsten psychischen Erkrankungen im Kindes- und Jugendalter. Weniger bekannt ist aber, dass die betroffenen Kinder oft auch im Erwachsenenalter an Impulsivität, Depressionen, Aufmerksamkeitsstörungen und vielem anderen mehr leiden. Auf der anderen Seite gibt es kaum eine Erkrankung, über die mehr Mythen und Vorurteile existieren: „fake news“ überall! Wo die Gründe für diese Erkrankung zu suchen sind, wie man sie im Erwachsenenalter erkennt und vor allem richtig behandelt, werden Sie hier erfahren – aber auch, was der Autor des Struwwelpeters Heinrich Hoffmann mit der Psychiatrischen Universitätsklinik und der Paulskirche zu tun hat.
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ADHS über die Lebensspanne – wenn der Zappelphilipp erwachsen wird
Now and forever
Now and forever
CN: Thematisierung von Angst, Depressionen, negativen Gedanken und Angst vor Krankheiten. Erwähnung von Essen.
Ein Grund übrigens, warum Menschen mit ADHS häufig in unübersichtlichen Situationen einen kühleren Kopf behalten als andere, sie sind das Chaos einfach gewohnt.
Es kann aber genauso gut dazu führen, dass wir alle möglichen Szenarien für eine Situation durchdenken und der Kopf dann ausgerechnet an der Situation hängen bleibt, die den schlechtesten Ausgang hat.
Leider ist es dabei auch nicht einfach mit dem Üblichen „Sag dir einfach Stopp oder lenke dich ab“ getan. So funktioniert unser Gehirn einfach nicht.
·leah.is·
Now and forever
ADHD Nerds Podcast on Twitter
ADHD Nerds Podcast on Twitter
Struggling To Fit Into Somebody Else's Environment. pic.twitter.com/Upr7afJq0t— ADHD Nerds Podcast (@AdhdNerds) June 20, 2022
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ADHD Nerds Podcast on Twitter
Marie Ng: ADHD Time Management and Software Development
Marie Ng: ADHD Time Management and Software Development
This is episode five. And today I'm talking with Marie Ng. Marie is the founder of Llama Life, a desktop productivity app, which helps you work through y…
·adhdnerds.com·
Marie Ng: ADHD Time Management and Software Development
Shaney Wright on Twitter
Shaney Wright on Twitter
For me, one of the absolute worst things about having #LongCovid is that my brain just doesn't work properly. The unrelenting derealisation, short term memory issues & more. It cuts into your very sense of self. It's as though the brain is sedated; continually half-asleep.— Shaney Wright (@ShaneyWright) June 5, 2022
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Shaney Wright on Twitter
Jen on Twitter
Jen on Twitter
I feel your pain. I would turn a corner while driving and get confused about what side of the road I should be on, or feel lost driving in my own neighbourhood. So scary. An anti-histamine at night (I use Claritin) and a low histamine diet have done wonders.— Jen (@JustJennyHere) June 5, 2022
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Jen on Twitter
Peter Austin Elliott on Twitter
Peter Austin Elliott on Twitter
I literally realized yesterday I have to go over what I’m trying to say before I say because I’ve talked myself into more dead ends because I can’t recall names/things/places I should and I sound like a complete dolt.— Peter Austin Elliott (@PetieE209) June 5, 2022
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Peter Austin Elliott on Twitter
Mick Casey on Twitter
Mick Casey on Twitter
The many characteristics of long Covid align to many of Fibromyalgia. If people are wanting tools to manage those characteristics, read Fibro material. Blogs, studies etc.— Mick Casey (@mpcasey93o0) June 5, 2022
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Mick Casey on Twitter
Michal Mráz on Twitter
Michal Mráz on Twitter
Yes this is the worst part of long covid. The only time it has lifted for like a week was after a third apheresis. It felt like it was completely turned off for a while. Anyway it came back to baseline after a week.. I am like drunk/concussed/pulling an all nighter all the time.— Michal Mráz (@michallmraz) June 5, 2022
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Michal Mráz on Twitter
Kerry Newnham on Twitter
Kerry Newnham on Twitter
There was some research in ME, I hv no idea If replicated, that used QEEG scans and these showed inappropriate Brain waves in both wake and sleep Zinn et al— Kerry Newnham (@Squashedhedgi) June 5, 2022
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Kerry Newnham on Twitter
Fuck Long Covid on Twitter
Fuck Long Covid on Twitter
nothing quite like forgetting your zip (or postal) code midway through on the phone as someone tries to verify your identity! it's five numbers ffs.must be the neuroinflammation but i've recently experienced a big uptick in memories i didn't willfully make nor try to recall— Fuck Long Covid (@fucklongcovid) June 5, 2022
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Fuck Long Covid on Twitter
Was ist Long COVID?
Was ist Long COVID?
Die Hälfte der Long-COVID-Erkrankten erfüllt nach einem halben Jahr die Diagnosekriterien für ME/CFS, eine postvirale chronische Erkrankung.
·mecfs.de·
Was ist Long COVID?
How "unmasking" leads to freedom for autistic and other neurodivergent people : Life Kit
How "unmasking" leads to freedom for autistic and other neurodivergent people : Life Kit
Autistic people are constantly forced to suppress who they are as a means of pleasing a neurotypical world. Social psychologist Devon Price not only wants to give them permission to take off that mask and be themselves, but believes that doing so allows everyone to lead happier lives.
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How "unmasking" leads to freedom for autistic and other neurodivergent people : Life Kit