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Hi Wasted, hope you are well! I heard salsa dancing at Allegra and Kuppel are excellent outlets and very social..
You speak my language!!
Is that Hotel Allegra in Zurich or in Basel?
When we going?

Its been a while since I had my sexy tush moving
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Old 18.11.2010, 17:13
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Welcome back! I have some of these ADD issues as well.

I am still working on mine.
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I am on medication now, which I am told is same in effect as cocaine! But the thing is the world looks and feels so much better now.
A friend of mine is curious what the name of this medication is.

And welcome back!
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A friend of mine is curious what the name of this medication is.

And welcome back!
Tell your friend: Methylphenidate and also Ritalin.

If the symptoms persist, then its better to get checked into some hotel in Amsterdam for a weekend.

Thanks for the warm welcome all!
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Tell your friend: Methylphenidate and also Ritalin.
Methylphenidate IS Ritalin
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Can you say Concerta...I hear it works like a charm, to bad resting heart rate can go up drastically...how many beats is a heart good for?

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Can you say Concerta...I hear it works like a charm, to bad resting heart rate can go up drastically...how many beats is a heart good for?
Concerta is also Methylphenidate...geez people...
A normal heart beat goes from 60-90 bpm
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Whats in the name anyway. I say let us all get together for a good healing session.
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Whats in the name anyway. I say let us all get together for a good healing session.
The important thing is that now you know what the problem was and you have decided to tackle it, I say KUDOS!
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Concerta is also Methylphenidate...geez people...
A normal heart beat goes from 60-90 bpm
Wow, thanks for that...what's your point?

BTW while the normal range can be 60-90, in the instance I know of the persons resting heart-rate was 60-70 and pushed up to 85-95 while on the drug. BP also went up significantly, but hey what do I know?

Last I heard there was a rather significant correlation between HR, BP and heart related illness. So my suggestion to OP is to make sure to keep an eye on the blood pressure.
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Wow, thanks for that...what's your point?

BTW while the normal range can be 60-90, in the instance I know of the persons resting heart-rate was 60-70 and pushed up to 85-95 while on the drug. BP also went up significantly, but hey what do I know?

Last I heard there was a rather significant correlation between HR, BP and heart related illness. So my suggestion to OP is to make sure to keep an eye on the blood pressure.
Women in short skirts and tight jeans are more hazardous to my blood pressure than Ritalin or Concerta. I better not keep an eye on that stuff.
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So my suggestion to OP is to make sure to keep an eye on the blood pressure.
Which I hope he also got from the doctor and by reading the summary of product specification...
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To the op - congrats on your diagnosis and dealing with it. I have ADD too and take Ritalin - makes a big difference for me- it relaxes me and put me to sleep sometimes at first. In people who need it for focus, that's pretty common. That's not like cocaine either, afaik.

I can't take concerta though - time release Ritalin - not everyone can. Couldn't get the dose right.
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To the op - congrats on your diagnosis and dealing with it. I have ADD too and take Ritalin - makes a big difference for me- it relaxes me and put me to sleep sometimes at first. In people who need it for focus, that's pretty common. That's not like cocaine either, afaik.

I can't take concerta though - time release Ritalin - not everyone can. Couldn't get the dose right.
Thanks. Tell me about man!

I even went on a pilgrimage to the holy Amsterdam for some focused meditation and mental harmony with some like minded individuals. It was really good, we had some herbs walking around and also some wine with our meal and munching those amazing mushrooms (Im gonna ask at my local Coop if they do those magical champignons) at intervals, it was very peaceful. Than later in the evening we went to this Energy bar and had some energetic herbs. That was it, my mind was so at ease and light that I just zoned out totally!

My good friends and the bouncer carried me outside and laid me down on the bench, as Im told. When I opened my eyes, I thought I was dead. I could see my friends and other people around me and could hear them talking to me but could not respond or even move my body. I just felt like my soul was out of my body and travelling upwards while my friends telling me to just rest up and take it easy, its all ok. I wanted to ask them what happened and where am I but I could not. It felt like I was dead and my spirit was travelling through space and at that point I realised that I did'nt want to die, I had so much things left to do in life. I succeeded and strarted to feel my body and told my friends that I was ok.

It was a really good out of body experience, atleast now I know how death would feel like. Not bad at all!! Atleast you get to travel through space, without getting ripped of by those Virgin Atlantic guys!

Another interesting thing I witnessed was this guy with a Turban and those long Arab/Yemeni kind of robes, full works, could'nt see if he had a dagger in his belt too. I think he must be a smart cookie, rather than blowing himself up, he bought a ticket to Holy Amsterdam. They're not Virgins, but definitely a lot more than 72!!!
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