This is a new video series on the web from Dr. Matt Ridley that I am so excited to share with you. The series features two of the best scientists in our field exploring different aspects of our consciousness and how we can use it to positively impact our lives.
I’ve been on the Dr. Ridley’s site for quite some time now and I have to say that I am beyond impressed with this series. It’s more than just a collection of scientific videos. It’s a story with a great story, and it’s been very educational for me as someone who’s never even had a conversation about neuroscience. It’s a perfect complement to our other content on the Dr. Ridley site.
I must admit I am still not completely convinced of how much it actually “matters” for our health. Our body’s structure and function largely rest on our brain, and so I am not exactly sure what the point of this study is. But I do think it is very interesting, and I am glad to see the study referenced.
In a way it’s not a study after all. It’s a study about why our brains work the way they do. The idea is that the brains of people with ADHD and schizophrenia are not as efficient as average neurotypicals. The researchers think that this is because their brains perform in a way that is different than the brains of neurotypicals. The study is only partially successful at finding a cause, but it’s a very interesting idea that is worth exploring.
I don’t know if this is a study about ADHD, schizophrenia, or both, but I do know that I have ADHD and I sure do have it. I can feel myself doing way too much, sometimes too fast, while I’m driving. I used to sit on the couch and watch movies all day. I also am a little obsessive about going through emails and keeping tabs on my emails. I can feel myself constantly checking my email for missed messages.
Now, I do think that its worth noting that some people with ADHD end up doing so well at work. People with ADHD seem to have a lot greater success in their professions. It may also be true that some people with schizophrenia end up doing a lot better than the general population. However, even if that last one is true, an ADHD person still has a greater likelihood of success when compared to someone with a schizophrenia.
The main reason we think so many people with ADHD are being diagnosed with ADHD is because they get so addicted to a certain drug, and they’re getting them into the drug world. It’s a bit like your brain trying to make a switch, and your brain isn’t getting the switch. So, I’m not saying that these ADHD patients are the only ones getting them.
I see a lot of people on forums with a diagnosis of ADHD. It can take them from one diagnosis to another, but it is a disease. I dont know if it has anything to do with genetics, but I think a lot of these ADHD people come from lower socio-economic backgrounds. I have ADHD. I have ADHD, but not narcolepsy. I dont have narcolepsy.
So this is probably a good time to mention that the ADHD diagnosis is usually given when the person doesn’t know what they are or what they are doing. The person is either inattentive or hyperactive, meaning they are doing something that isn’t really there. The problem is that when you have ADHD, these are very common symptoms that don’t actually explain much. You are not just “not paying attention”. You are doing things that are not really there in your mind.
In case anyone is wondering, ADHD, a diagnosis given to people who have an attention deficit disorder, also seems to be caused by a lack of motivation. To put things in perspective, the brain processes information in a fixed order and that means that when a person is not paying attention and the brain is processing information as if the person is not there, then this can lead to an incorrect perception of reality.