Many different prescription stimulants are quite often used to treat disorders like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and related learning problems. These drugs include methylphenidate, or Ritalin®; dextroamphetamine, or Dexedrine®; and dextroamphetamine-amphetamine, or Adderall®. The purpose of these drugs are to help people who have been diagnosed with ADHD to feel more focused. Unfortunately, the very efficacy of these drugs has caused problems. Students who couldn’t pay attention now enjoy a wonderful sense of focus, and students who were failing classes now start getting recognized for academic achievement. The spin-off effect of this success has been misuse of these stimulants....Read More
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Whether you are disabled or the caregiver of a disabled person, it can take a toll on one or both people involved. Living with a disability that prevents you from doing the things you once enjoyed can cause anxiety and depression. The caregiver who tends to the constant need of a disabled person can suffer many of the same symptoms due to their own frustrations and the amount of work involved with caring for a loved one. Depression and anxiety For someone who once led a productive and eventful life, suddenly becoming disabled and having to rely on another...Read More
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Successful entrepreneurs are not born but made. Therefore, to reach your goals, you would have to groom yourself towards it. One sure way of raising your level of awareness, knowledge, and enlightenment is through reading. Here are the top five motivational books that should be a must-read for you, if you are looking forward to reach your goals as an entrepreneur: 1. The Magic of Thinking Big, by David J. Schwartz, Ph.D. This book goes right into the heart of the matter – the big influence of your thoughts on your potential to achieve success. So many people go...Read More
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