As a result of 3 months of "reading aloud at high speed + running" by me with ADHD.
1. My work speed became blazingly fast.
2. I became calm and unperturbed anyway.
3. ADHD-like symptoms such as forgetting things and careless mistakes were almost completely eliminated.
4. My procrastination habit is surprisingly gone.
5. I can now speak so fluently that I am almost frightened of myself.
Well, if I had to sum it up in one word, it would be "I've become a work robot.
Because I'm a robot, I don't get upset or depressed. I can always work fast and without mistakes.
I've become an android, in short.
Are you off your meds?
What did you read aloud at high speed and at what pace?
I don't know what you mean by pace.
I just read aloud as fast as I could.
I need an example.
Like reading Jukinmu in 5 minutes or less.
Well, I don't know how you feel, but it's too different for everyone, and I've never measured my time before.
No, it's what you do and how long you do it that's helpful.
That's what ADHD is all about.
How many miles did you run and at what pace?
ADHD doesn't last for 3 months, airhead.
Exercise makes you feel more confident.
Reading aloud at high speed and running both strengthens the working memory in the frontal lobe.
What you call a work robot is normal for a normal person.
Also, drinking Red Bull activates the frontal lobe, which helps with ADHD.
It's a bit of a downer when you run out, though.
Did you get diagnosed with ADHD? What?
What do you want me to read aloud?
It's faster to install a gun in your head.
What's reading aloud at high speed?
Then it's not a disease, it's just laziness.
You've just been blaming it on your illness.
What do you mean, "a lot of things"?
He's talking too fast.
You're mumbling all the time while you're running.