I think I've gotten add/adhd. Helped by teachers. Also need adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine)?
Not necessarily. It is important to find the real cause of your symptoms rather than just covering symptoms with drugs. Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) is just amphetamines and addictive. There could be a learning problem involved or nutritional deficiencies or allergies or diet could be causing your problems.
Eliminate alternativ. Lack of focus can be triggered by some correctable issues that have nothing in common with ADD.Lack of restorative sleep, erratic nutrition, thyroid disease, other chronic illnesses , etc. If you work on the things that you can fix, and still have a problem, a thorough checkup is needed. It is easy to go online and identify with symptom lists for ADD, it is more appropriate to see a professional.
Diagnosis. If you suspect you have adhd, you should consult your doctor. This is a neurobiologic disorder that cannot be diagnosed by a layperson or teacher. The decision on whether medication is necessary or not is based on a thorough evaluation by a well trained doctor for each individual patient. And, yes, adults can have add persist from childhood.
Do you think I should take Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) if I don't have add/adhd?
No. If you do not have a proper medical indication for taking this medication, it should not be prescribed or taken.If it is not your prescription medication, be aware that as a schedule 2 drug, possession and use of this drug is illegal and places you at risk of significant legal problems and jail time. Read more...
No. effects can be harmful. Getting it without prescription would be illegal. Read more...
What happens if you take Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) for add/adhd? How would that make you feel?
You may be able to. tell when a stimulant starts working each day, be more focused while it's working & feel tired or grouchy when it wears off each PM. Kids may have "rebound" symptoms of ADHD as it wears off. Therefore, it's important to know the onset, peak & duration of action of the stimulant you take. Adding a non-stimulant may make daily changes less noticeable. Discuss your response with your doctor regularly. Read more...