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(Some Guy)   Inventor of ADHD diagnosis claims on his deathbed it was entirely made up   (whydontyoutrythis.com ) divider line 198
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2013-06-26 06:32:06 PM  

SteakMan: CruJones: Ask anyone who knows me and they'll say differently.

/adderall = diet coke
//now on Strattera, which works pretty well for me

Strattera worked for me but I couldn't handle the side effects.  Delayed or disconnected orgasms are just weird.  I could deal with that, but as soon as I had my first painful orgasm?  that was it, no more thank you.


My "research" seemed to show people have pretty different reactions.  Luckily I've avoided most side effects, and what I had have been fading.  It's even had positive side effects on my digestive system.  I had my gall bladder out years ago, but this seems to somehow counter that issue.
 
2013-06-26 06:33:00 PM  

globalwarmingpraiser: SteakMan: CruJones: Ask anyone who knows me and they'll say differently.

/adderall = diet coke
//now on Strattera, which works pretty well for me

Strattera worked for me but I couldn't handle the side effects.  Delayed or disconnected orgasms are just weird.  I could deal with that, but as soon as I had my first painful orgasm?  that was it, no more thank you.

Have you tried Concerta? Strattera's improved sexual stamina is nice, but the exhaustion and abdominal pain is what makes me unable to
take it. Also had a dumbass yesterday snort at least 6 adderall.

 dwade: Yet i was disqualified from the military because of it.

Really.Most recruiters look at that and think Special Operations. It seems that people who have ADD are hard wired for oh shiat situations.

/Paramedic.

I'm really of the opinion that ADHD is, at least in some cases, a sort of... 'throw back', in a sense?  I know in my case, it's not so much a lack of ability to pay attention, as it is a lack of ability *to tune out stimuli*. As a consequence, I tend to be a lot more *AWARE* of everything, but that's not always useful. I think there's a book called "Hunters in a farmer's world" that talks about this theory.

/Whatever it is, in my family's case, it appears to be genetic, because the eeenntiiireeee mother's side of the family's got it.
//Stratera also seems to work pretty well for me.
 
2013-06-26 06:33:28 PM  

fickenchucker: jst3p: Pitabred: ADHD/ADD is a real thing. It's also majorly overdiagnosed and overmedicated. A large part of the problem is that we're expecting little kids to just sit still all day and pay attention. Human childhood throughout history has been filled with physical activity... we need it to develop and to grow, mentally and physically. Some more than others, but all of us do. Stripping recess time and PE and such out of schools is probably one of the biggest contributors to the ADHD "epidemic".

This. I was a skeptic until I met my girlfriends kid. Now I am sold. She refuses to put him on meds (a decision I support). It takes a lot of work but in his case it can be managed/worked around without it. He is also a very bright and creative. He is frustrating at times but I would hate to see him on meds if it would change him.

THIS--to both of you.  Certain kids, in low numbers, may need meds, but Jeremy Farking Christmas is the education and medical industry overdoing it.  I would bet 95% of those medicated are just hyper and imaginative little boys who had potential ideas medicated right out of them.


Somewhat. My girlfriend's little boy actually wanted to be medicated. Absolutely no impulse control. He wanted to, he tried to, but he couldn't. Now he's so proud of himself being able to accomplish tasks and such, being able to actually learn math and so on. I don't think it's affected his creativity one bit, but it has affected his self control. He's not on it except during school days, and there's a palpable difference on those days. It's not always a black and white "medication kills all his creativity!" thing. If they're doped up to the gills, yes. But sometimes just a little tweak can make a huge difference, like coffee in the morning for many adults.
 
2013-06-26 06:33:31 PM  

GBmanNC:  Whats wrong is treating it as some sort of homogenous condition.


You're thinking of lactose intolerance.
 
2013-06-26 06:33:43 PM  
Most diagnoses for mental disorder are 'made up' in the sense that we can't look inside the brain and point to a broken part and say 'yep, there's your problem right there.' What is ADHD? What is depression? What is schizophrenia? They're all collections of symptoms that some guy or guys 'made up' after observing many people exhibiting the same symptom patterns and problems.

Is the distinction between afflicted and unafflicted arbitrary? Somewhat, yes. But, extreme problems with attention also cause many people distress and difficulty in daily life and so in that sense there is something real that you might call ADHD.
 
2013-06-26 06:33:46 PM  

Pitabred: ADHD/ADD is a real thing. It's also majorly overdiagnosed and overmedicated. A large part of the problem is that we're expecting little kids to just sit still all day and pay attention. Human childhood throughout history has been filled with physical activity... we need it to develop and to grow, mentally and physically. Some more than others, but all of us do. Stripping recess time and PE and such out of schools is probably one of the biggest contributors to the ADHD "epidemic".


I agree.  Even in adulthood, the speed at which we live our lives, combined with the often unengaging nature of our respective jobs, can make people feel that they must have ADD.  I personally liked Doug Stanhope's take on it.

That said, there are people who are truly, truly afflicted.  I am one.  Parents realized something was amiss in first grade.  I wasn't disruptive, I would continuously go into my own little world.  I still do.  Much of the time, it doesn't even matter if I am interested or not.  I just randomly vacate planet earth.  WIthout my medication, my life would likely fall apart.

My new wife was of the opinion that ADD was a fabrication.  When I got busy and neglected to refill my script for a couple of weeks, she very quickly changed her mind.  It was eye opening for her.

Mind you, I am not addicted.  Trying different meds over the years, and going for years without taking anything, my ADD is stronger than my desire to take the medication.  I have to remind myself to take it in the morning.  Often, I'd forget to call in the script, again and again.

Eh, squirell.
 
2013-06-26 06:34:17 PM  

sugarhi: Try growing up with my sister and you'd change your mind in a heartbeat - she was diagnosed at age 3 and it was quite apparent she met criteria throughout her childhood and adolescence. My parents were great (well educated and authoritative) so I seriously doubt it was due to bad parenting - plus I was symptom free!

Having spent my entire childhood living with my sister and observing the difficulties she had in spite of seeing specialists and being prescribed medication, I find it hard to believe it doesn't exist. I agree it's overdosenosed and frequently misdiagnosed, but that doesn't negate it's existence.


Well the key difference is you're not a woman

i kid i kid
 
2013-06-26 06:36:12 PM  
probs just a lot of misdiagnosed bipolar
 
2013-06-26 06:36:21 PM  

The Stealth Hippopotamus: you know what, 3 years ago I would have said that ADHD was just bad parenting. Then I met Ethan. That boy needs to be medicated smacked.

 
2013-06-26 06:37:29 PM  

Pitabred: fickenchucker: jst3p: Pitabred: ADHD/ADD is a real thing. It's also majorly overdiagnosed and overmedicated. A large part of the problem is that we're expecting little kids to just sit still all day and pay attention. Human childhood throughout history has been filled with physical activity... we need it to develop and to grow, mentally and physically. Some more than others, but all of us do. Stripping recess time and PE and such out of schools is probably one of the biggest contributors to the ADHD "epidemic".

This. I was a skeptic until I met my girlfriends kid. Now I am sold. She refuses to put him on meds (a decision I support). It takes a lot of work but in his case it can be managed/worked around without it. He is also a very bright and creative. He is frustrating at times but I would hate to see him on meds if it would change him.

THIS--to both of you.  Certain kids, in low numbers, may need meds, but Jeremy Farking Christmas is the education and medical industry overdoing it.  I would bet 95% of those medicated are just hyper and imaginative little boys who had potential ideas medicated right out of them.

Somewhat. My girlfriend's little boy actually wanted to be medicated. Absolutely no impulse control. He wanted to, he tried to, but he couldn't. Now he's so proud of himself being able to accomplish tasks and such, being able to actually learn math and so on. I don't think it's affected his creativity one bit, but it has affected his self control. He's not on it except during school days, and there's a palpable difference on those days. It's not always a black and white "medication kills all his creativity!" thing. If they're doped up to the gills, yes. But sometimes just a little tweak can make a huge difference, like coffee in the morning for many adults.


The case I deal with is moderate. He lacks impulse control to some degree but he is still pretty functional. He is above grade level in Math and Language Arts so we just learn to work with it. Things like giving him one instruction at a time. We tell the other kids "Go clean your room." We tell him "Go pick up all the dirty clothes in your room and come back to us. Now go pick up all your toys and put them away then come back to us. Now go pick up any papers on your floor. Put them away or throw them away and come back to us." etc. I agree that medication isn't instant loss of creativity, we just don't want to take the chance if we don't need to. Great kid, most of the time. A lot of work too.
 
2013-06-26 06:37:43 PM  
"...setthemupforalifeofdrugaddictionandfailure." waithow?
 
2013-06-26 06:38:23 PM  

The Stealth Hippopotamus: sugarhi: Try growing up with my sister and you'd change your mind in a heartbeat - she was diagnosed at age 3 and it was quite apparent she met criteria throughout her childhood and adolescence. My parents were great (well educated and authoritative) so I seriously doubt it was due to bad parenting - plus I was symptom free!

Having spent my entire childhood living with my sister and observing the difficulties she had in spite of seeing specialists and being prescribed medication, I find it hard to believe it doesn't exist. I agree it's overdosenosed and frequently misdiagnosed, but that doesn't negate it's existence.

Well the key difference is you're not a woman

i kid i kid


Then what are these boobs doing here on my chest?!!?!

o.O
 
2013-06-26 06:39:10 PM  
The only sentence you need to read from that article:

"Psychiatric profession all about generating obscene profits for Big Pharma"
(because it concisely summarizes the derp in the rest of it)
 
2013-06-26 06:39:48 PM  

sugarhi: The Stealth Hippopotamus: sugarhi: Try growing up with my sister and you'd change your mind in a heartbeat - she was diagnosed at age 3 and it was quite apparent she met criteria throughout her childhood and adolescence. My parents were great (well educated and authoritative) so I seriously doubt it was due to bad parenting - plus I was symptom free!

Having spent my entire childhood living with my sister and observing the difficulties she had in spite of seeing specialists and being prescribed medication, I find it hard to believe it doesn't exist. I agree it's overdosenosed and frequently misdiagnosed, but that doesn't negate it's existence.

Well the key difference is you're not a woman

i kid i kid

Then what are these boobs doing here on my chest?!!?!

o.O


Well whose boobs are they?
 
2013-06-26 06:40:58 PM  
Wow. A lot of defensive drug addicts in here.
 
2013-06-26 06:41:43 PM  

SacriliciousBeerSwiller: Wow. A lot of defensive drug addicts in here.


butbutbutspeedisn'tadrugbro
 
2013-06-26 06:41:45 PM  
While I suspect many disorders are real, I believe that most sufferers are not inherent sufferers -- that is to say, their symptoms arise from the stresses of living in our modern environment. We've seen time and again how our civilization can make animals quite neurotic, but fail to recognize that it does the same thing to us.

These people aren't defective, most of them, our understanding of what humans need to thrive is defective. But improving rapidly.
 
2013-06-26 06:42:46 PM  

jst3p: Pitabred: fickenchucker: jst3p: Pitabred: [trim]

The case I deal with is moderate. He lacks impulse control to some degree but he is still pretty functional. He is above grade level in Math and Language Arts so we just learn to work with it. Things like giving him one instruction at a time. We tell the other kids "Go clean your room." We tell him "Go pick up all the dirty clothes in your room and come back to us. Now go pick up all your toys and put them away then come back to us. Now go pick up any papers on your floor. Put them away or throw them away and come back to us." etc. I agree that medication isn't instant loss of creativity, we just don't want to take the chance if we don't need to. Great kid, most of the time. A lot of work too.


Exactly. Each case is unique. I just hate how binary so many people are about things like this, and perhaps I read that into your reply. The "medication is never the answer!" crowd can be just as hard to deal with sometimes as the "let's dope 'em all up so I don't have to deal with them!" crowd, both just want a single tool to label everything with. The world is shades of grey, and what works for one case will not necessarily be appropriate in the other. Some kids need the medication, some don't, some just need it situationally, as BeatrixK noted in her story.
 
2013-06-26 06:42:49 PM  

SacriliciousBeerSwiller: Wow. A lot of defensive drug addicts in here.


Seriously.  Grow a set of balls and become a raging alcoholic like the rest of us.
 
2013-06-26 06:43:01 PM  

Dr.Zom: GBmanNC:  Whats wrong is treating it as some sort of homogenous condition.

You're thinking of lactose intolerance.


Heh, I'm trying to find whether I actually used that word correctly. I'm pretty sure I did, but the google is confusing on the subject.
 
2013-06-26 06:43:26 PM  
 
2013-06-26 06:43:33 PM  

sugarhi: The Stealth Hippopotamus: sugarhi: Try growing up with my sister and you'd change your mind in a heartbeat - she was diagnosed at age 3 and it was quite apparent she met criteria throughout her childhood and adolescence. My parents were great (well educated and authoritative) so I seriously doubt it was due to bad parenting - plus I was symptom free!

Having spent my entire childhood living with my sister and observing the difficulties she had in spite of seeing specialists and being prescribed medication, I find it hard to believe it doesn't exist. I agree it's overdosenosed and frequently misdiagnosed, but that doesn't negate it's existence.

Well the key difference is you're not a woman

i kid i kid

Then what are these boobs doing here on my chest?!!?!

o.O


Send me a picture of them, I will work around the cock to identify them.
 
2013-06-26 06:47:32 PM  
I've only really met a couple of people that I ever thought really did have adhd. One was this little girl that zoomed around all goddamn day like a squirrel on crack. No amount of punishment could get her to sit down and focus on anything for more than a minute or so. It seems her meds weren't working for her. The other one is my fiance's nephew. He's a grown man but you can tell with how he darts from one thing to the other that there's something wrong,yes he was diagnosed with adhd when he was kid. His son also has adhd too.

The rest of the other kids I've met that have been diagnosed with adhd? I think they were just an easy way for their parents to get Ritalin snort.
 
2013-06-26 06:47:51 PM  

MyRandomName: People get bored. Life isn't always exciting. This doesn't need to be a medical diagnosis, it can sometimes just be life.

What's the updated % of population with some mental disorder, up to 15% yet?


Probably a lot higher.  The frustrating thing is that if a doctor suggests you have depression, life insurance companies lump you into the same category as smokers and extreme-sports enthusiasts.  Not because having depression increases their odds of paying out (life expectancy is unchanged, they don't pay on suicides) but just because they can.
 
2013-06-26 06:48:16 PM  

GBmanNC: Dr.Zom: GBmanNC:  Whats wrong is treating it as some sort of homogenous condition.

You're thinking of lactose intolerance.

Heh, I'm trying to find whether I actually used that word correctly. I'm pretty sure I did, but the google is confusing on the subject.


The dictionary says yes:  http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/homogeneous
 
2013-06-26 06:48:35 PM  
You know, I read a lot of his writings over the years and SQUIRREL!
 
2013-06-26 06:51:02 PM  
Lol - thanks for cracking me up, guys :D
 
2013-06-26 06:52:02 PM  

GBmanNC: Dr.Zom: GBmanNC:  Whats wrong is treating it as some sort of homogenous condition.

You're thinking of lactose intolerance.

Heh, I'm trying to find whether I actually used that word correctly. I'm pretty sure I did, but the google is confusing on the subject.


Sort of. Uniform might have been better, but you get the point across.
 
2013-06-26 06:53:38 PM  

Mock26: You know, I read a lot of his writings over the years and SQUIRREL!


gs1.wac.edgecastcdn.net
 
2013-06-26 06:54:00 PM  
No scientific basis (except one tiny clip from a NOVA program about multitasking and concentrating) for any of this, but I blame technology for kids not being able to sit still.  All the multitasking that they are doing makes it hard for them to concentrate for long periods of time.  Also, watch movies and television shows from the past and compare them today.  Today there are a lot more edits than there were 20, 40, 60 years ago.  More and more information is coming at kids in shorter and shorter segments and they get used to it.  A few years ago a friend of mine was trying to introduce his teenage sons into classic movies and he tried to show them The Rope.  He said that the kids could barely sit still after about 15 minutes and they did not make it all the way through the movie.  They could not stand it.  He blames the complete and total lack of edits as the reason.
 
2013-06-26 06:54:58 PM  

ennuie: While I suspect many disorders are real, I believe that most sufferers are not inherent sufferers -- that is to say, their symptoms arise from the stresses of living in our modern environment. We've seen time and again how our civilization can make animals quite neurotic, but fail to recognize that it does the same thing to us.

These people aren't defective, most of them, our understanding of what humans need to thrive is defective. But improving rapidly.


So you wouldn't treat the symptoms at all for 'non-inherent sufferers'? You'd treat them differently? Until you can distinguish the inherent from non-inherent sufferers (and can define what that means precisely), why treat the two groups separately? (what if you gave someone the wrong treatment)
 
2013-06-26 06:57:16 PM  

Mock26: No scientific basis (except one tiny clip from a NOVA program about multitasking and concentrating) for any of this, but I blame technology for kids not being able to sit still.  All the multitasking that they are doing makes it hard for them to concentrate for long periods of time.  Also, watch movies and television shows from the past and compare them today.  Today there are a lot more edits than there were 20, 40, 60 years ago.  More and more information is coming at kids in shorter and shorter segments and they get used to it.  A few years ago a friend of mine was trying to introduce his teenage sons into classic movies and he tried to show them The Rope.  He said that the kids could barely sit still after about 15 minutes and they did not make it all the way through the movie.  They could not stand it.  He blames the complete and total lack of edits as the reason.


Or maybe the movie just sucks and even the director agreed...

Alfred Hitchcock called "Rope" an "experiment that didn't work out," and he was happy to see it kept out of release for most of three decades.
 
2013-06-26 06:57:17 PM  
After seeing how my teenage son acted on one half of a dose of Ritalin, it was bye-bye drugs and back to behavior modification, diet supervision, and strict bedtimes.  Now, he's back to the surly, disrespectful, whining drama llama that I know so very well, even if he moves at warp speed.
 
2013-06-26 06:57:53 PM  
Oh, look, this thread again.

ADD/ADHD exists.

And your jokes are unfunny, repetitious, unoriginal, and in poor taste.
 
2013-06-26 06:59:42 PM  
Any time you hear "deathbed reversal", you can be guaranteed it's a load of crap.

"DARWIN RECANTED ON HIS DEATHBED" -- Darwin's daughter claims the woman who said this never visited Darwin.

"EINSTEIN RECANTED ON HIS DEATHBED" -- his nurse never said this. His last words were in German, but his nurse didn't speak German.

"THE DISCOVERER OF JAVA MAN ADMITTED IT WAS A HOAX BEFORE HE DIED" -- Eugene Dubois never said anything to that effect. Almost every creationist website confuses Java Man with Piltdown Man, a genuine hoax fully debunked in 1953, but never really accepted into the scientific community, except for a few high profile backers like Arthur Keith. Meanwhile, we now have enough of Java Man's cousins to know that Homo erectus was not any sort of hoax.
 
2013-06-26 07:00:22 PM  
News Flash, most of the medical profession is full of crap.  It's all about the Benjamin's.
 
2013-06-26 07:00:54 PM  

Sid_6.7: Oh, look, this thread again.

ADD/ADHD exists.

And your jokes are unfunny, repetitious, unoriginal, and in poor taste.


If my experience with my stepson is any indicator you will get over it. In like five minutes. Completely over it and on to a completely different emotion.
 
2013-06-26 07:01:16 PM  

The Angry Hand of God: SacriliciousBeerSwiller: Wow. A lot of defensive drug addicts in here.

Seriously.  Grow a set of balls and become a raging alcoholic like the rest of us.


I'M NOT RAGING!!!
 
2013-06-26 07:01:20 PM  

jst3p: Mock26: No scientific basis (except one tiny clip from a NOVA program about multitasking and concentrating) for any of this, but I blame technology for kids not being able to sit still.  All the multitasking that they are doing makes it hard for them to concentrate for long periods of time.  Also, watch movies and television shows from the past and compare them today.  Today there are a lot more edits than there were 20, 40, 60 years ago.  More and more information is coming at kids in shorter and shorter segments and they get used to it.  A few years ago a friend of mine was trying to introduce his teenage sons into classic movies and he tried to show them The Rope.  He said that the kids could barely sit still after about 15 minutes and they did not make it all the way through the movie.  They could not stand it.  He blames the complete and total lack of edits as the reason.

Or maybe the movie just sucks and even the director agreed...

Alfred Hitchcock called "Rope" an "experiment that didn't work out," and he was happy to see it kept out of release for most of three decades.


The movie does not suck.  Love that movie.
Regardless of that though, what he said was right.
 
2013-06-26 07:04:22 PM  

The All-Powerful Atheismo: jst3p: Mock26: No scientific basis (except one tiny clip from a NOVA program about multitasking and concentrating) for any of this, but I blame technology for kids not being able to sit still.  All the multitasking that they are doing makes it hard for them to concentrate for long periods of time.  Also, watch movies and television shows from the past and compare them today.  Today there are a lot more edits than there were 20, 40, 60 years ago.  More and more information is coming at kids in shorter and shorter segments and they get used to it.  A few years ago a friend of mine was trying to introduce his teenage sons into classic movies and he tried to show them The Rope.  He said that the kids could barely sit still after about 15 minutes and they did not make it all the way through the movie.  They could not stand it.  He blames the complete and total lack of edits as the reason.

Or maybe the movie just sucks and even the director agreed...

Alfred Hitchcock called "Rope" an "experiment that didn't work out," and he was happy to see it kept out of release for most of three decades.

The movie does not suck.  Love that movie.
Regardless of that though, what he said was right.


Seems legit.
 
2013-06-26 07:04:59 PM  
So, like the female orgasm and the moon landing?

/returns to counting Krugerrands.
 
2013-06-26 07:05:12 PM  

Fallout Boy: Psychiatry is a pseudoscience. You dont know it like I do.


Don't be glib.
 
2013-06-26 07:06:58 PM  

jst3p: Regardless of that though, what he said was right.

Seems legit.


He was right about movies in the past having fewer cuts, and people being able to sit through them more easily.  That says little about the cause.
 
2013-06-26 07:09:36 PM  

joeflood: Hrm, uses CCHR as a source?  Yay Scientology!


A laundry list of comments, and one man gets it right...

Bravo Sir, I had to check the thread before I posted something similar and found your comment... Welcome to my favorites list..
 
2013-06-26 07:11:17 PM  

jst3p: If my experience with my stepson is any indicator you will get over it. In like five minutes. Completely over it and on to a completely different emotion.


In my experience, you're a deeply ignorant and close-minded person with little self-awareness and a gnawing lack of self-confidence.
 
2013-06-26 07:12:41 PM  

Crolack: Partially True, according to snopes -

Kagan: That's correct; it is an invention. Every child who's not doing well in school is sent to see a pediatrician, and the pediatrician says: "It's ADHD; here's Ritalin." In fact, 90 percent of these 5.4 million kids don't have an abnormal dopamine metabolism. The problem is, if a drug is available to doctors, they'll make the corresponding diagnosis.


So he said it's overdiagnosed, which is pretty close to saying it doesn't exist.
Except that is literally not close to saying something doesn't exist. Bad snopes.
 
2013-06-26 07:13:15 PM  

fusillade762: Triumph: tl;dr

Dammit.


What's this tl;dr about?
Been away from Fark for awhile...
 
2013-06-26 07:15:13 PM  

Cruzen: fusillade762: Triumph: tl;dr

Dammit.

What's this tl;dr about?
Been away from Fark for awhile...


It stands for "too long; didn't read".

Sometimes it is used seriously, and sometimes not.
 
2013-06-26 07:15:36 PM  

Sid_6.7: jst3p: If my experience with my stepson is any indicator you will get over it. In like five minutes. Completely over it and on to a completely different emotion.

In my experience, you're a deeply ignorant and close-minded person with little self-awareness and a gnawing lack of self-confidence.


Someone is having a rough day. Have a beer, it will get better.
 
2013-06-26 07:16:22 PM  

Gabrielmot: joeflood: Hrm, uses CCHR as a source?  Yay Scientology!

A laundry list of comments, and one man gets it right...

Bravo Sir, I had to check the thread before I posted something similar and found your comment... Welcome to my favorites list..


I, too, applaud joeflood for being able to quantify my own gut reaction that this hatchet job was strongly tinged with the
stink of Scientology.
 
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