Thoughts on managing this? Obviously best option would be get a Cardiology consultation, but curious on if there is a concrete data on this? Couldn't find much with a pubmed search.
I like this as a response to impulsivity: Rejecting impulsivity as a psychological construct: A theoretical, empirical, and sociocultural argument - PubMedI second getting a cardiology consultation. While the mild increases in blood pressure, heart rate, etc, are unlikely to significantly increase risk for asymptomatic, stable mitral regurgitation - and the benefit of treating impulsivity (if present in combined or impulsive ADHD) may in itself decrease mortality - it is worth having a specialist provide a blessing for legal protection. A stimulant is vastly superior to atomoxetine or Wellbutrin in treating ADHD.
I like this as a response to impulsivity: Rejecting impulsivity as a psychological construct: A theoretical, empirical, and sociocultural argument - PubMed
Saying a stimulant may decrease mortality decades in the future by reducing impulsivity seems like a bridge too far.