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Posted by Craig Fontenot on May 15, 2000 at 17:10:52:

In Reply to: Re: Alternatives to Adderal and other meds posted by margaret on April 07, 2000 at 07:16:33:

I am 31 years old and was diagnosed with ADD at age 24. At that time I began taking Wellbutrin, and also
changed my lifestyle quite a bit. I find that excercise is essential, both aerobic and weight training improve my
thinking and concentration. I also have seen a large improvement now that I eat better. I eat a high protien
diet and have to supplement calcium sine I am lactose intolerant (among other allergies). So far results are great:
I went from failing out of college at age 22 to just about completing my PhD in Chemical Engineering at age 31.
Hope this helps.

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