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What Is Aderal
ADHD/ADD: The main use for Adderall is adhd/add. This stimulant medication is also used off-label for a number of other problems including sleep disorders such as sleep apnea and narcolepsy. Pts who tried diet/exercise and other interventions, morbidly obese patients may be put on the medication to assist with weight loss. For brief periods it can be used to help with depression especially in elderly. ...Read more
No: Adderall is not just as dangerous as ecstacy. Mdma can produce confusion, depression, sleep problems, drug craving, and severe anxiety. Chronic users show impairment on cognitive or memory tasks. Studies in nonhuman primates showed exposure to mdma for 4 days caused damage to serotonin nerve terminals that was still evident 6 to 7 years later, with similar damage thought to occur in humans. ...Read more
Tiredness : You can get very tired. You do not want to have your sleep cycle disrupted for any longer than this -- can lead to other problems in emotion regulation, concentration, etc. Please see your psychiatrist (or whoever prescribed the adderall) about this. Unless you are taking it at night and this is why you're not sleeping, your dose may need to be adjusted or change in medicines. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Adderall is NOT: A weight loss drug!Get a more detailed answer ›
Will taking aderal the year before you want to have a baby effect the baby if you stop before you try to have one?
Yes, & much worse...: Adderall is a potent nervous system stimulant made up of both dexamphetamine and amphetamine used for add, adhd or some forms of narcolepsy. However there are many possible adverse reactions, including serious, potentially fatal ones, and serious interactions with other drugs /alcohol. The drug is overused, often abused, often not followed carefully by a professional..And that's bad, real bad. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Good question: I would say, to be on the safe side- one month. Adderall is for the most part undetected in people's urine after about one week. In one month, chances are very good it would completely out of your system. You should be proud of yourself for being conscientious about this. I am sure you know that smoking and drinking are things to avoid as well. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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