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    I’m 27 years old, ADD (Attention Dominance Deficit Disorder) in the hospitality industry, any questions? (The kind of ADHD that doesn’t have hyperactivity) / #ADHD #AMA

    I'm 27 years old, ADD (Attention Dominance Deficit Disorder) in the hospitality industry, any questions? (The kind of ADHD that doesn't have hyperactivity)
    
    
    
    Moderate Deficit Disorder by the way, I work in the hospitality industry which is the worst for ADD. 
    I'm 27 years old. 
    
    
    
    I don't have hyperactivity, so people don't understand me. 
    
    
    
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    The hyperactivity pretty much stopped in about 5th grade. 
    I'm not cured of the unplanned behavior. 
    
    
    
    I think it's ADHD. 
    
    
    
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    I don't have hyperactivity, so it seems to be ADHD or ADD with an "H". 
    
    
    
    I'm really annoyed when he starts doing something else in the middle of a job and then leaves all the work half done and unfinished. 
    
    
    
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    I'm really sorry about that. When I deal with customers while I'm doing chores, I panic and then forget about it. 
    
    
    
    Is there any public support system or something? 
    
    
    
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    If you apply to the public health center, you will be charged 10% of the cost of the prescribed medicine. 
    
    
    
    Do you go to the hospital? 
    
    
    
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    I think I'm going to go to the hospital now. At any rate, I found out last Saturday. 
    
    
    
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    Is it ok to go to the hospital and be drugged? 
    
    
    
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    Since Saturday, I've been taking 40 mg a day of a neurotransmitter called Steratra. I don't know how it works yet. 
    
    
    
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    It was Strattera, wasn't it? 
    
    
    
    What kind of disease? 
    
    
    
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    I can't do my work at the same time, so when I'm suddenly given instructions, I get distracted and forget them. I panic. I can only move according to the manual because I can't apply myself. 
    
    
    
    Here I am, an ADD+Aspie. 
    I'm working as an interpersonal worker. 
    
    
    
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    Seriously! By the way, what kind of work do you do? 
    
    
    
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    I'm an elementary school teacher. 
    There are a lot of things I've learned in my career, but 
    I'm still not good at dealing with sudden situations. (I've improved a lot compared to what I used to do.) 
    
    
    
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    Seriously, WW, it's a pretty tough job for me, it seems to be full of irregularities. But I think it was one of the jobs I'm suited for. 
    
    
    
    Well, there seem to be a lot of people suffering from this disorder who are unaware of it. 
    When I went to the psychosomatic clinic for the first time, I was like, "What? There were people who looked like successful salesmen in their suits.] I was surprised. 
    
    
    
    What about girlfriends and such? 
    
    
    
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    I've had girlfriends before, but they broke up with me quickly. 
    It's tough, especially when women get pissed off at you. 
    
    
    
    If I didn't have that disease, I'd just be useless. 
    Good thing there's a name for it. 
    
    
    
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    I really appreciate it. Maybe it just wasn't as noticeable in the past because we weren't an information society. I think the more complicated it gets, the more it boils over because there are so many careless mistakes. 
    
    
    
    Is ADD caused by the brain? Or is it mental? 
    
    
    
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    The transporters in the nerve endings that collect excess neurotransmitters are too active to transmit the necessary amount. Especially the frontal ones. 
    
    
    
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    I thought it was a receptor abnormality? 
    
    
    
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    That's what I'm talking about. I think it was either too few neurotransmitters like dopamine, noradrenaline, acetylcholine, etc., or too much was collected and not distributed and not going to the receptors. 
    
    
    
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    I don't think there is a difference between too many transporters and abnormal receptors... 
    
    
    
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    I think there is a difference between too many transporters and abnormal receptors... 
    
    
    
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    I guess I have ADD after all. 
    I thought I might have ADD when I found out about this disorder. 
    
    
    
    You shouldn't take the meds. 
    My friend's eyes go blank after taking it, it's weird. 
    
    
    
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    I'm going to try it for a week just to see. 
    
    
    
    I think I might have ADD. 
    
    
    
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    You should get it checked out. It's not a curable disorder, but it's easier when you know. 
    
    
    
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    I don't know, but I passed all the tests for my driver's license with flying colors, and I've had no accidents or violations so far when I've been driving. 
    I've been forgetting things at my part-time job and forgetting what I'm told. 
    
    
    
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    Me too. 
    
    
    
    That's normal. 
    You can manage in life even if you make a lot of mistakes. 
    I've hit 5 people with my car and I'm still alive. 
    I don't have car insurance, so every time I hit someone, I have to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in repairs. Plus the fines, it's a big mess, but I'm still alive. 
    I'm sorry. I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I'm sorry. 
    
    
    
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    Please don't ride, seriously. 
    
    
    
    I was told I have ADHD when they made me take some tests as part of my depression treatment. 
    I wonder if I can get a disability certificate or something. 
    
    
    
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    I don't know. But I don't think it will be approved if it's just a developmental disability. I wonder if it's possible if you also have depression? 
    
    
    
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    I got it. 
    I just got free buses in the city, though. 
    
    
    
    Like a high-level careless Hachibei? 
    
    
    
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    I can't do that plus I can't do it all at the same time and forget what I was doing. Too little working memory. 
    
    
    
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    Okay, so it's hard to direct attention to more than one thing. 
    
    
    
    They say the best teachers are middle and high school teachers. 
    I don't have that kind of expertise. 
    I was told that being an elementary school teacher isn't a bad choice, though. 
    Do the kids love me? 
    Or even liked by the kids down the street. 
    
    
    
    I found the same kind. 
    I was showing symptoms at a slightly unfashionable level, but I was so rural that even the teachers overlooked it, and it was discovered in college. 
    If it was discovered at an early age, you could get to a doctor right away, but once you grow up, it's a pain in the ass just to find a doctor. 
    
    
    
    >>I've only been to one psychiatrist. 
    I've only been to one psychiatrist, so I'm going to try the Center for Services and Supports for Persons with Disabilities. 
    
    
    
    I can't imagine how much easier it would have been if I had this kind of injury. It's hard not being able to work like a normal person. 
    
    
    
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    If it's not discovered until you're old enough to work, you won't be certified as disabled (depending on the case). You're just treated as a lazy bum who can't work. 
    You'll have to live the rest of your life with depression and suicidal ideation, and be treated for both depression and ADD. 
    
    
    
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    I've changed jobs many times, but my careless mistakes caused a lot of trouble for people around me. 
    I'd like to do my best in my current job. 
    
    
    
    I don't want to be on drugs anymore, so I'm going to start with hypnotherapy at home. 
    I'm going to start with some hypnotherapy-type self-discipline training at home. 
    I will also try supplements such as Ginkgo biloba and Pycnogenol. 
    I'm also going to try working memory training. 
    
    

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