Why not try practical strategies and see if you feel any benefit? I think yoga does what it says on the tin (so long as you have a good teacher in a style you like). Have you tried that?
I'm doing more yoga recently because of a shoulder injury.. I go to a studio where you can attend a class which is the real thing, immediately preceding one which is just yogercise and pretensions, it's worth being selective.By 'what it says on the tin' I mean I don't believe you have to buy into any beliefs, if it is an effective active meditation you'll get whatever benefit that may bring, or not, no need to overthink it. Ashtanga seems the best for me.I never have the patience for quiet mediation though I can see the point.Regarding 'problems'- if you don't think you have one- maybe it's not a problem.
Sounds like a physio might be good for those shoulders!Plastic can be awful- boards are better- but there's a few halfway decent walls around Leeds surely? It can be more motivations if you have regular partners too.
hello mate, wheres the yoga class?
I climb at the indoor walls in leeds when I *have* to but don't enjoy it, have never climbed hard indoors and am generally not motivated by it. Proper training seems to be just totally beyond me and my current physical condition prohibits it anyway!
Funny that because I don't really perceive it as a "problem" per se;I looked into this more out of curiosity to see how I wouldn't score based on various comments about my hyperactivity (particularly from parents in relation to my yoof). My other half laughed heartily and knowingly at the questions and evidently thinks i DO have a problem!
Much like OCD and ASD, it's only a disorder if it causes you problems or negatively affects your life. Many people would meet the criteria for diagnosis, but this doesn't automatically mean they have the disorder, or require treatment.Ergo, if it's not a problem, you don't have ADHD.
"Tom, you're somewhere on the spectrum - but who isn't..."
Quote from: tomtom on February 20, 2017, 10:32:11 am"Tom, you're somewhere on the spectrum - but who isn't..."Everyone is on every spectrum of everything! This really annoys me.
On a relevant, and I believe, (via my other half who's a Clinical Psychologist) technically correct note, the last 'D' in ADHD is "Disorder". Much like OCD and ASD, it's only a disorder if it causes you problems or negatively affects your life. Many people would meet the criteria for diagnosis, but this doesn't automatically mean they have the disorder, or require treatment.Ergo, if it's not a problem, you don't have ADHD.
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