Our expert says:
Have you any answers to the question of why you choose to do everything so fast ? I can't make sense of the long list of very different meds your psychiatrist has prescribed for you : what diagnosis did he make ? It makes no sense to prescribe meds unless one has made a good, sound, diagnosis according to proper criteria.
Alzm is one of a large family of drugs one can become dependent on ( which is not a good thing ) but which are sedative tranquillizers which should calm you somewhat, but they can be disinhibiting, like alcohol, so one's judgement might not be so good when influenced by those drugs. And some people get hyperactive on them.
I wonder about the quality and quantity of your work - often people who rush can get a lot done, but at a lower quality than if they took their time over the tasks.
All this rushing about to save time - do you really usefully use the time saved ? I wonder whether trying Cognitive=-behaviour Therapy ( CBT ) from a good psychologist might be helpful - to better understand WHY you behave as though so driven, so rushing needlessly, and to examine the ideas that accompany this behaviour, and test them, to see which might be usefully revised, so you could enhance efficiency while slowing down a little to better enjoy life on the way.
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