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Paytonbud

658d

what’s the best way that you helped your ADHD or ADD without meds?

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    • wasplord

      658d

      If I'm off my meds the best thing I can do for myself is get enough sleep and eat well. It essentially serves the same function as medication--clears out unnecessary noise so you can even attempt your other coping mechanisms

    • BlueMoonSpring

      657d

      Meditation, exercise, and A ROUTINE

    • Atatizakti

      658d

      Keeping important objects in the same spot (keys stay on the key hook by the door, etc), having a calendar and making lists for things I need to complete for the day, having a routine and doing things that make me feel good about myself

    • MixedBag0fMess

      658d

      Energy drinks and gum help me personally. The energy drinks have caffeine which slows my brain down, but other stuff that gives my body energy so i just come off as a slightly hyper normal person. And gum for stiming

      • BlueMoonSpring

        657d

        @MixedBag0fMess oh man! I thought I was the only one!!! Caffeine also slows me down!!!

    • wasplord

      658d

      If I'm off my meds the best thing I can do for myself is get enough sleep and eat well. It essentially serves the same function as medication--clears out unnecessary noise so you can even attempt your other coping mechanisms

    • Mirah

      658d

      Mostly painting or sleeping all day

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