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What kind of diet should I prefer...In soft tissue rhuematism? Calcium nd vitamind rich food? M vegeterian.
Are racetam drugs (eg piracetam) safe for use in study/cognitive enhancement? Do these drugs currently have any clinical indications?
After i had my son in 2008 i was diagnosed with palondromic rhematism. I have done numerous treatments but still have extream pain. What else can I do?
Aerosol form of epi: Adrenaline is the chemical. Racemic epi is epi in an aerosol diluted form to deliver into the lungs to function as a bronchodilator and treats bronchial constriction, like in asthma or after removing an endo tracheal tube after surgery. It is a sympathetic (adrenaline) drug that leads to dilating the bronchial tubes. ...Read more
The form it comes in: Adrenaline is the chemical. Racemic epi is epi in an aerosol diluted form to deliver into the lungs to function as a bronchodilator and treats bronchial constriction, like in asthma or after removing an endo tracheal tube after surgery. It is a sympathetic (adrenaline) drug that leads to dilating the bronchial tubes. ...Read more
Racemic epinephrine: Racemic epinephrine stays active in the body for about 2 hours. ...Read more
Can u take two extended release 25 mg adderalls (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) in one day?
Yes: depends on the duration of effect (how many hours of an an effect you get per dose). If dividing the dose, the main concern would be that it may last too late and make it difficult to fall asleep. If taking at the same time, the dose may be too high and lead to concerns for jitteriness/on-edge/anxious ...Read more
Have read quote by Bruce Ames that only r-lipoic-acid is effective not the s form. Many supplements use racemic mixture. Is that less/not effective?
Equally ineffective: There is no persuasive evidence that either form is beneficial for anything. ...Read more
Not if: It has been prescribed to you to treat a diagnosed condition after a face to face evaluation and complete examination. If it is the case & u have concern about it, you should talk again to the doctor who prescribed it to u. But if u take it on ur own without any prescription, u take it at ur own risk. Please do not do that ever. Be safe, ok? ...Read more
There are people who: Have adhd but obtain no benefit from Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) but may experience side effects if the dose goes high. Target symptoms for Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) include inattention, distractibility, hyperactivity, restlessness, impulsivity, low frustration tolerance. If adhd is problematic and not responding to Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) then consult your prescriber re dose increase or change to alternative medication. Best regards for relief. ...Read more
Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) Metabolism: occurs by oxidation mostly in the liver but there is kidney involvement so both must be considered. Metabolism produces active compounds that require further metabolism by oxidation and deamination. CYP2D6 is a liver enzyme known to be involved and other medications requiring CYP2D6 may interact though this is usually not significant. Evaluation and monitoring by prescriber is essential. ...Read more
Attention problems: Very often, kids with attention, concentration, and impulsivity problems get prescribed adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine). It's best to have a full learning and psychiatric evaluation before doing that, because these medicines are not free of side effects. Adults with similar problems may also be prescribed adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine). Other related medicines can help this also, and psychiatrists work with patients to find the the best fit. ...Read more
Yes: Stimulants will sometimes cause various uncomfortable effects typically later in the afternoon and early evening although this can occur earlier in the case of a short acting tablet. However, not every patient experiences this. Stay safe! ...Read more
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Theories and weight: Some kids taking stimulants fail to gain weight which can cause poor growth. We also see children presenting with growth failure (gf)who do not have trouble with weight gain while taking stimulants. Chronic stimulant use may decrease the pituitary's ability to secrete growth hormone. This is still theory, but underweight isn't the only reason for gf in some stimulant-dependent kids. ...Read more
Absolutely: Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) should not affect your ability to work out. It can increase your heart rate and blood pressure some, but not dangerously so; vigorous exercise does the same thing. Should not be a problem. As would be true off medicine, if you find that exercise is making you uncomfortable in some way, talk with your doctor. ...Read more
See a prescriber: Don't get it through the internet- go be properly evaluated, physically & psychologically, before you start mucking around with any poptent psychotropic medication. Would you try to get Insulin or an antibiotic without having an appropriately qualified provider examine you and see if this was a medication that could benefit you? ...Read more
No eveidence base: Not necessarily.Get a more detailed answer ›
Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine):
Usual maximum daily dose of Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) is 60 mgm, but some psychiatrists use doses as high as 100mgm to 200 mgm off label in some patients who have develope tolerance to the drug.
Fda approved dose is 60 mgm max. ...Read more
If you are accurately diagnosed and prefer pharmacotherapy as a treatment, the dexedrine (dextroamphetamine) -like medications are as effective as any of the stimulants. These as a group may be more effective (differs individual to individual) than atomoxetine, Intuniv/tenex, or CBT.
Many are excited to finally perform up to their abilities, listen attentively, prioritize, and complete projects - not last mi ...Read more