ADD Maybe?Sun, Nov 11th 2012
I am 30 yrs old attending college classes and I recently began feeling like something is wrong with me and my life. I can't really put my finger on it but, in my research, I have found that I have almost every symptom of Adult ADD. My primary care doctor's professional prescription, after I have spent thousands of dollars on blood tests, breathing tests, cardiologists, xrays and everything else under the sun, is that "you just need to learn to relax."
Is there something I can try or can you recommend someone I could see that might be able to help me get my life back in order?
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