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andiesmints

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would a desktop computer be a good investment for someone with adhd? a lot of times i dont have the energy to even open my laptop, let alone a browser. is there basis for thinking that having a site open already would be beneficial?

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    • AuDHDisney

      472d

      Personally, I got a laptop and a docking station for when I want/need to sit at a desk. The ability to take things with me means I can keep the tasks going even when I need to be somewhere else like the kitchen

    • AuDHDisney

      472d

      Personally, I got a laptop and a docking station for when I want/need to sit at a desk. The ability to take things with me means I can keep the tasks going even when I need to be somewhere else like the kitchen

    • beater.queen

      473d

      Honestly motivating myself from my bed to my desk is a hassle so idk if that's a good solution for adhd. I keep my laptop near my bed for that specific reason even though it's easier to work on my desktop.

    • WitchyWoman89

      480d

      It honestly depends, once I got my desktop I really prefer it over a laptop, but it goes into sleep mode after a few hours so you still have to wake it up

      • Atheris

        480d

        @WitchyWoman89 desktop computers do that too. You can tell your laptop to not go to sleep but you may have to keep it charging while you work

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