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Disentangling ADHD Tangles: Sentinels in Green Biomass.

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Listen to Dr. Samuel Dismond explain an evolutionary perspective on what is commonly called ADD/ADHD. This evolution story recasts the so-called dysfunctions of ADHD as unique ultra-functions possessed by Sentinels. The story begins 100,000 years ago as our DNA became fixed as Homo sapiens. Within s
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Listen to Dr. Samuel Dismond explain an evolutionary perspective on what is commonly called ADD/ADHD. This evolution story recasts the so-called dysfunctions of ADHD as unique ultra-functions possessed by Sentinels. The story begins 100,000 years ago as our DNA became fixed as Homo sapiens. Within small primitive groups, the round scanning awareness of the Sentinel bloodline featured critically in the history of group survival.Dr. D graphically illustrates how our very recent modern circumstance differs from our origin times. Our modern world has become a series of boxes connected by lines from kindergarten to career. These edges and squares can be challenging for the round awareness of Sentinels. Nonetheless, it is very possible for Sentinels to thrive and find themselves ‘in the right place, at the right time’ in their life.The topics in this interview include:Scientific parts and mysterious stories meet when our “quiet brains meet green biomass”.What is a Sentinel?Not a deficit but rather a valuable genetic variant: a new way to understand ADHD.The powerful effect of green, natural environments on our brain.Why modern life has become a series of lines and boxes.How nature walks can untangle the tangles of life stories.At the end of the episode Dr. D shares an evidence-based breath work technique  to help slow down and absorb while walking through green nature.Dr. Samuel Dismond III, MD MBA, specializes in treating adults with ADHD. He provides a patient-centered approach and believes in the importance of the patient-doctor connection. Dr. D has been practicing as a  general physician for 32 years. He got his MD at the University Of Michigan Medical School as well as an MBA at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Dr. D is a lifelong practitioner of qigong. NorCalADHD.comA list of background references quoted in this episode:Bohm, D., & Fowler, D. R. (1978). The implicate order: a new order for physics. Process studies, 8(2), 73-102.Brown, E. R. (1980). Rockefeller medicine men: Medicine and capitalism in America. Univ of California Press.Clarke, R. A., & Eddy, R. P. (2017, May). Warnings: Finding cassandras to stop catastrophes. Ecco. Darwin, C. (1909). The origin of species (pp. 95-96). New York: PF Collier & son. Diamond, J. (2011). Collapse: How societies choose to fail or succeed. Penguin. Diamond, J., & Ford, L. E. (2000). Guns, germs, and steel: the fates of human societies. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 43(4), 609. Hill, R. A., & Dunbar, R. I. (2003). Social network size in humans. Human nature, 14(1), 53-72. Kahneman, D. (2011). Thinking, fast and slow. Macmillan. Mandelbrot, B. B. (1963). The Fractal Geometry of Nature. New York: W. H. Freeman andCompany. Starr, P. (2008). The social transformation of American medicine: The rise of a sovereign profession and the making of a vast industry. Basic books.Trammell, J. (2014). " The Anthropology of Twice Exceptionality: Is Today’s Disability Yesterday’s (or Tomorrow’s) Evolutionary Advantage? A Case Study with ADD/ADHD". In A Critique of Creativity and Complexity. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill.Visuddhimagga. The Path of Purification. https://www.accesstoinsight.org/lib/authors/nanamoli/PathofPurification2011.pdfSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/oneinnature)
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