What is Adderall?
If you have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), your doctor may have prescribed Adderall (the brand name for the drug amphetamine-dextroamphetamine) to help you focus and concentrate. It boosts levels of a brain chemical called dopamine, a key player when it comes to focus and attention.
Adderall comes in pill, capsule or tablet form.
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Adderall is taken orally. Some people who misuse Adderall crush the drug and snort or inject it.
Signs of Adderall Use:
- Loss of appetite
- Nausea and vomiting
- Skin rashes and itching
- Weight Loss
What do you need to know about Adderall?
Most people who take medication for ADHD take a drug called a stimulant.
Adderall is in that category. It helps control the levels of two chemicals in your brain that affect how well you concentrate--dopamine and norepinephrine.
It usually takes some trial and error to find the dose and drug that work best for you. If the first one you try dose doesn't help enought or causes too many side effects, your doctor can switch you to another one.
Can you become dependent on Adderall?
If you use Adderall for a long time, you may start to depend on them. This is because they raise the level of dopamine in your brain. That helps you focus better, but it also triggers feelings of pleasure. Too much can make you feel intense excitement and happiness, and eventually, you might want to take more and more to get the same feeling. You may be less likely to become dependent on the longer acting forms because they release their active chemicals more slowly.
What happens when you stop taking Adderall?
When you quit taking the drug, your dopamine levels drop and your body and brain have to adjust to the change. Most people who take it as instructed don't have any issues if they take a break from it. But if you use it too often or take too much, you might notice some effects when you stop.
What are side effects of Adderall?
The drug can cause some of the same side effects, like:
- Fast heartbeat
- Irritability or anxiety
- Loss of appetite
- Raised blood pressure
- Stomach upset
- Skin rash
- Trouble sleeping
- Weight loss
- Mood swings