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I don’t have any qualifications to do with mental health in general, or ADHD in particular. I’m a writer, not a doctor.

Furthermore, psychology, psychiatry and neurology are full of contradictions: advice varies massively from expert to expert, and what works for me might not work for you.

Any action you take as a result of reading this site is totally down to you – I’m not recommending that you do anything that I do. Nothing on this website is a substitute for medical advice.


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