Daft attention to ADD

Peter F. effective_spamblock at ozemail.com.au
Sat Nov 29 08:09:20 EST 2003


A proper recognition of the common role played (in ADD - as well as in many
somatic diseases and states of 'psycho-behavioural disequilibrium' - by a
type of memories named with the acronym CURSES (alt. CCKHHURSES) would be
required in order for that "daft attention" to be discontinued.

Sincerely (only sometimes decEPTively joking),

Peter F

"r norman" <rsn_ at _comcast.net> wrote in message
news:51vvrvcnkmdnho5vtbklbp4j8ah2a64i5o at 4ax.com...
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> <snip>Ritalin is not the easiest drug to research since its
> mecanism of action is so vague and undetermined.  As you probably
> already found out, there are indications about what it does to
> specific neurotransmitters and some vague ideas about what it does "as
> a mild stmulant to the brain stem arousal system and cortex"  The
> details about how it does what it does (and exactly what  ADD might
> be) are still quite unknown.
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> Here is a  site dealing with this specific issue (the relation between
> ADD and the reticular activating system)
>    http://www.newideas.net/p0000627.htm
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