I have been using your LTO 3 product for some time now.
My status is that I was once diagnosed by a psychiatrist with ADD, dysthymia and obsessive-compulsive personality traits.
Quite a series, but I don't really know what to do with it.
The psychiatrist once prescribed me clomipramide and later (or earlier) citalopram.
I didn't like that, because of both physical side effects and aversion to synthetic drugs, only to fight symptoms, is my feeling.
Furthermore, I am someone who prefers to work on himself intensively, by reading many things and by some meditation.
In order to somewhat mitigate some of the characteristics of my ADD, which I don't find alarming, I decided to try LTO3 after hearing about it from good friends.
Indeed, I have a slightly better concentration and I manage to listen to others better, by not interrupting them too quickly, prompted by associations.
Whether this was caused by the findings 'established' by the psychiatrist, vaguely mentioned in a letter to the general practitioner, remains to be seen, in my opinion.
I initially followed your dosage advice, later I started experimenting.
As I began to experience increasing fatigue, I suspended use for a few weeks.
The "complaints" of concentration difficulties; not, incidentally, when I am extraordinarily interested in something and am absorbed in it,
(call that a symptom of ADD, among other things), became a little clearer again.
That is why I started taking 1 (one) LTO3 tablet in the morning.
I feel like that works very well for me; I plan to continue that.