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Try not to multi-task. Take each chore one at a time and you’ll be much more successful.
So true! I have learned how very impotant it is to ATTEND - paying close attention to a given task to avoid distractions that easily translate to predisposed falls, communicative misunderstandings, and inefficient use of time. This applies especially to those of us who may be hyperactive, forgetful, or have Attention Deficit Disorder to some degree.
W. Gilmore Smith
I couldn't agree more with that statement. Doing one thing at a time works for me, anything more and I don't seem to get anything done.
When I was diagnosed 3 years ago with PD I was already taking a medicine for ADD. I heard it referenced to on a web cast http://www.pdf.org/en/webcast by (Parkinson’s Disease Foundation •Educational Materials and broadcasts •Pdwebcasts •Mind, Mood and Body: Understanding Nonmotor Symptoms of PD Matthew Menza, M.D., Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Dr. Menza mentioned that Straterra was being identified as helping with daytime sleepiness with PD patients. I have found that it is also very helpful in concentration.
That's way the betsset answer so far!
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