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    ADHD: “Reading is the most powerful life hack. The definitive sense of rejection that comes with reading the printed word comes from a sudden increase in blood flow to the brain.” / #ADHD

    ADHD: "Reading is the most powerful life hack. The definitive sense of rejection that comes with reading the printed word comes from a sudden increase in blood flow to the brain."     #ADHD
    
    
    
    
    >The definitive sense of rejection that comes with reading the printed word comes from the rapid increase in blood flow to the brain. 
    
    This person is talking about reading, but not only that. 
    I'm sure this is the reason for the sudden onslaught of rejection that comes with anything I try to do. 
    
    10 years of depression and ADHD tendencies have improved. 
    
    
    
    All kinds of physical discomforts and a sense of loss of control in the body are almost always based on reduced blood flow. 
    
    It has long been known that aerobic exercise, which effectively increases blood flow, is effective in improving ADHD and depression, which means that the presence or absence of blood flow to the brain is ultimately linked to the ability to control oneself. We have taken various measures to improve this, and only the most effective ones remain, which we will discuss below. 
    
    
    
    Reading (preferably lying down) 
    Pure literature such as Dostoevsky and Soseki Natsume are preferable. I believe that reading is the best remedy for depression and ADHD for those who have a sharp sense of rejection in their brains when reading these books. 
    
    In most cases, the definitive rejection that comes with reading the printed word comes from the sudden increase in blood flow to the brain. If you close your eyes and focus your attention on the left frontal lobe, you can clearly feel the increase in blood flow to your brain. In order to increase blood flow, it is preferable to lie down, but reading outdoors or in a sitting position will also be very effective. Also, reading foreign languages should be added to this category of reading. 
    
    
    
    I think it was an important discovery this year to realize that the effects of literary fiction on the brain are very significant. 
    I think it was a very important discovery for me to realize that the feeling of weariness that comes with reading is rather related to increased blood flow. So, as a person with quite severe symptoms, I am going to proceed with the above-mentioned remedial measures. 
    
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    Thanks for the useful information. 
    I'm not good at long sentences, but the text was easy to read and helpful. 
    
    
    
    
    >> The definitive sense of rejection that comes with reading the printed word comes from the sudden increase in blood flow to the brain. 
    
    It was an interesting article, but I wonder if the only basis for asserting this is your own experience. 
    I've never been aware of blood flow to the brain, so it was interesting in a sci-fi kind of way. 
    And you're convinced of the blood flow effect on silent reading, not reading aloud. 
    
    
    
    
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    I'm not sure if I'm explaining this well enough to get it across. 
    I don't know if I can explain it well, but if you have only one horsepower worth of blood to do a task that requires three horsepower... then it might make sense that the brain would reject it if it decided it couldn't handle it. 
    If the blood flow increases rapidly, it seems to me that it would be more motivating than rejection, but I don't know... 
    
    
    
    
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    Regardless of the pros and cons of the person's therapy in the link. 
    There's an active phase and a moron phase, and then there's this one. 
    
    It's pretty depressing to know that everything you did in the active phase has gone to zero for nothing. 
    
    So when I start something, I decide the duration and the number of times I will do it, like "1 month", "2 weeks", "3 days", "10 times" at first. 
    When I'm done, I decide whether or not I'm going to renew the contract, and it's a little better. 
    
    I had a habit of resetting my work, my relationships, and my notebook, and I always thought I'd have to start all over again from scratch. 
    But as I got older, I realized that resetting to zero was a bad idea. 
    I'm trying to change my mindset to think of everything as 0 or 100.
    

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