A few days ago, I decided to set to private the few videos I’ve made to date on the subject of preparing Vyvanse water. I did that because I was receiving a number of comments about them and didn’t want to disappoint those trying out the drug for the first time.
In place of that, I wanted to record a video explaining (from a patient’s perspective) how the ADHD vs. depression diagnostic process can actually be a difficult one for clinicians. It’s taken me over a year of trying out different medications to find a drug that I think and hope will prove to be the right one.
Having taken both psychostimulants and Wellbutrin, I also wanted to offer my perspective on the differences between the two as medications. Or rather how they felt to me.
This video represents my experience as a patient only and is in no way intended as a substitute for professional medical advice. If you are concerned about your mental health, a doctor is the best place to start.
By: Daniel Rosehill (danielrosehill.co.il)
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