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    ADD + Predenezone
    An_267696 posted:
    I also have had the same feelings when using prednezone for a rash. It was wonderful. I started getting much more organized and finished all my tasks at hand. I was able to make decisions and not procrastinate. I wish I could always be that way. But prednezone does have many harmful affects on our bodies -- wish there was something else out there like it that we could take without harm. I just realized I have ADD and I'm in my sixties. I've struggled all my life with lateness, disorganization, memory problems, procrastination -- for all these years always feeling bad about myself. I'm glad I learned it's not a matter of self discipline but just that my brain works differently than most people. But I was happy to learn Thomas Edison and Einstein also had ADD. They were very smart men. I want to research what helps naturally. I know when I do aerobic exercise it help a lot.

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