By Dr. Thomas Brown Ph.D.
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This problem of drowsiness in ADD syndrome is not simply a matter of being overtired; it can occur when the person is well rested. Often individuals with this diªculty report that they become suddenly reinvigorated when they join in conversation at the meeting or if something especially interesting arises in what they are reading. Likewise, the drowsiness 36 Six Aspects of a Complex Syndrome disappears when the lecture or meeting ends and they get up to begin some other activity. From these clinical descriptions, it appears that this problem of drowsiness when sitting still and being quiet is related not to being overtired, but rather to chronic diªculties in sustaining alertness.
I don’t know what the reason is, but I do know that even today I still have a lot of trouble getting myself to fall asleep. I can be dead tired, my eyes blurry and almost ready to collapse, but then I lie down on my bed and I just can’t get my head to shut o¤ so I can get to sleep. It just keeps going over whatever I’ve been thinking about. Usually I have to listen to music or watch TV so I can block that other stu¤ out and get to sleep. Once I get to sleep, I usually sleep like a dead person. They could drop a bomb in my bedroom and I wouldn’t even notice.
If we’re all sitting in the conference room reviewing some project, I’ll be looking out the window watching some squirrel climb up a tree or checking out the clouds going by or the guy mowing the lawn. Or I just drift o¤ thinking of “whatever” and then, all of a sudden, I catch myself and realize that I’ve spaced out and have totally lost track of the group’s conversation. The scariest times with this are when I’m driving along the expressway and suddenly catch myself looking too long at a billboard while I’m coming up way too fast on a car that is slowing down in front of me because of a traªc jam that I hadn’t seen coming.
Attention Deficit Disorder by Dr. Thomas Brown Ph.D.