Hey hairless guinea pig... what part of your hard-hitting questionnaire recorded the levels of your brain chemistry? I am not saying those with notable difficulties shouldn't seek regulation through drugs, but going to the psychiatrist at 25 after you graduate college and get accepted to law school because you can't study for 5 straight hours like a cyborg is exactly what the medical field wants you to do. If you can tell me a story of someone you know that went to a psychiatrist, paid for an evaluation and was DENIED adderall or other stimulants, you would win this debate. But... you can't... so you lose.
Justin, do not talk about things that you have no clue about. I would like to inquire what psychological disorders you believe have brain chemistry tests done in order for a psychiatrist to evaluate a patient effectively. Psychiatrist have an initial visit, and if the symptoms are there, the DSM classifies the patient as having the disorder. Same for depression, schizophrenia, anti-personality disorder and every other disorder in the DSM.
I am not bashing anyone, and don't neccesarily believe that everyone who has ADHD medication has the disorder, but until the DSM changes criteria, the current state of affairs will continue. I am not a psychiatrist, so I will let the people who have gone through years of medical school and certification make the decisions on specific cases.