Medicating Myself Without ADHD Medication

By Rick Green - Founder of TotallyADD

I don’t want to take ADHD medication.

I don’t want to have to take a pill every morning.

I don’t want you, or your child or a loved one, to have to take ADHD medication.

And guess what? Good news! You actually do NOT have to take medication.

ADHD Medication Abuse

By Rick Green - Founder of TotallyADD

I have been thinking about the abuse and misuse of ADHD medication. And here I’m referring to the official, approved, doctor prescribed, legally obtained medications, stimulant and otherwise. Like 99% of people with ADD who eventually try medication, I was reluctant to rely on a ‘crutch.’ I was worried I’d become addicted, that it would kill my creativity, turn me into a hop-head…

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Is Ritalin Meth

Is Ritalin The Same As Meth?

By Rick Green - Founder of TotallyADD

Ritalin aka methylphenidate has some people worried that Ritalin is really meth.

In this video Rick Green answers the question “Is Ritalin Crystal Meth?”

Warning: Contains science & facts

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Medication For ADHD

By Rick Green - Founder of TotallyADD

<![CDATA[ Medication for ADHD. It remains a hot button topic for parents and kids, fodder for scary headline writers, and […]

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"We couldn't finish the entire set. It was impossible."

By Rick Green - Founder of TotallyADD

By Rick Green,
This week we heard from a woman who purchased our 5-video set, ADHD Medication: Straight Answers to Big Questions. She was very upset because the three people in her household who are struggling with ADHD couldn’t sit through all 4 ½ hours of video.

ADHD Medication VideoNo kidding! I couldn’t either. I doubt anyone could.

If someone actually managed to white-knuckle their way through all five videos, I doubt they’d remember anything. Including their own name…

‘Reward Deficiency Syndrome’? 

By Rick Green - Founder of TotallyADD

By Rick Green

Have you ever heard the term ‘Reward Deficiency Syndrome’? From what I understand, it came out of research by Dr. Kenneth Blum and others. They were searching for a specific genetic glitch that might increase the risk of alcoholism.

They understood that something as complex as an addiction can not be caused by any single gene, but the one gene being studied did seem to increase the risk…