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Unread May 10th, 2008, 02:37 PM
James Brody James Brody is offline
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Talking ADHD: On the Left?

EG & D: I'm having a great time with The Wisdom Paradox...thank you for it. More later!

Meanwhile, I came across a piece by Barbara Geller (noted child psychiatrist) that summarizes a comparison between atomoxetine and ritalin, one that is consistent with your L/R ideas...

Geller's remarks are at: http://psychiatry.jwatch.org/cgi/con...ull/2008/414/1

I also have some observations on the Evolutionary Psych Forum...

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Default Re: ADHD: On the Left?

I think this has merit.

I am able to (partially) move out of my ADD by doing things (like exercise or meditation or even dance) that make me feel more connected to my whole body.

I suspect that this would also tend to activate / balance my whole brain (counterbalance the hemispheric imbalance you are describing in ADD).
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