kaiser wrote:PARTY wrote:dresden doll wrote:PARTY wrote:well, for one, your argument is wrong.
That seems like a mighty condemnation for a 0L.
a test is a test is a test is a test.
adderall is merely able to help suppress bodily desires, such as the need for food, sleep, and distraction. as long as you prepare for the study period (sleep beforehand and afterwards, eat before you start your study session, and prepare a spot to work in), adderall can't not help.
now, there are studies that say that memories formed on amphetamines are stronger, but there are also studies that have contrary claims.
Whereas I'm old school and believe that the power of the mind itself is far stronger than fake help like that. You would be amazed at what your body can do when you tell yourself that it can be done. The need for food/sleep, the tendency to become distracted, etc. are all things that, if you are in the right state of mind, and if you train your mind properly, can be pushed aside.
yes, yes, i know that. not everyone cares to put in that investment, and that is where modern science comes in. amphetamines were not developed for hyperactive kids; they were made for allowing military operatives to remain active for longer periods of time.