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Long term effects of Adderall addiction (INFOGRAPHIC)

Long term effects of Adderall addiction (INFOGRAPHIC)

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Long term effects of Adderall addiction

Adderall addiction = the uncontrollable urge to use Adderall, despite negative consequences to work, finance, or social life. What are the details of Adderall addiction? Have a look and learn more here!

Addiction = Even though there is no current pharmacological treatment approach to Adderall addiction, behavioral and psychological therapies are successful sources of help.

The mechanism of Adderall action

1. Adderall crosses the blood-brain barrier.

2. Adderall affects nerves in the:

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  • nucleus accumbens
  • prefrontal cortex
  • ventral tegmental area (vta)

3. Adderall causes nerve cells to release excessive amounts of dopamine.

4. Adderall blocks the reuptake of norepinephrine and dopamine into the presynaptic neuron.

These chemical reactions can cause:

  • attention
  • movement
  • pleasure
  • wakefulness

How addictive is Adderall?

The addictive potential of Adderall is moderate. Addiction can occur when Adderall is taken without a doctor’s recommendation or is used other than prescribed. Serious increases of dopamine levels may lead to constant feeling of euphoria, which create the need for more doses of Adderall. The pleasure caused by Adderall is not naturally created, so it becomes a daily need and can be transformed into a habit.

Is damage caused by Adderall permanent or reversible?

Permanent damage caused by Adderall:

  • Damage to the brain – stroke, damaged nerve cells, coma
  • Damage to the heart – heart attack
  • Damage to the kidney – acute renal failure
  • Damage to the liver – liver damage, viral hepatitis

Possible damage caused by Adderall:

  • Damage to the immunity – depressed immune system
  • Damage to the mental health – mental health issues

Reversible damage caused by Adderall:

  • Damage to the eyes, nose, ears and throat – super sensitivity to light, swelling of the eyes, face, or throat
  • Damage to the lungs – respiratory depression
  • Damage to the mouth – dry mouth, swelling of tongue
  • Damage to the scale – weight loss
  • Damage to the skin – rashes, hives, blistering, itching

How Adderall addiction affects you?

Health

  • damage to brain nerve cells
  • extreme fatigue
  • Parkinson`s-like symptoms
  • Tourrete`s-like symptoms

Work

  • high risk behavior
  • inability to focus on divided attention tasks
  • inability to follow directions
  • poor coordination

Self esteem

  • decreased self-esteem
  • depression
  • dysphoria or deep dissatisfaction with life
  • preoccupation with one`s own thoughts

Relationship

  • erratic behaviors
  • family and relationship break ups
  • increased suspiciousness

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4 Responses to “Long term effects of Adderall addiction (INFOGRAPHIC)
Sandy
7:33 pm January 30th, 2015

well, its been like 4 days of cold turkey my choice. Finally Iam up today, fixing to take a shower that might help with thenstomach pains I hope. I can say My mood does feel better, and i already feel like doing out and my mood is more up lifted, which for these past days have been hell, sleeping , bad stomach pains!!! not in the mood to even shower!!! Wow, I was taking 30 mg 2 x day. I havent taken NONE . Have too admit anyone who wants too stop can Ive been taking it for years, then starting getting weired relationship thinking, even tourett like symptoms…its just not worth it in the end!!! Its been 4 days now yeah Im still in physical pain just took an antideppresant and hope this helps. I hope too start feeling more Like Myself Again!!!

10:30 pm January 30th, 2015

Hello Sandy. It can take a few weeks for some types of antidepressants to begin working, so don’t expect a big change overnight. Are you seeking and getting medical and psychological/emotional help during the process?

Norma
8:11 am June 9th, 2016

I was medically prescribe adderrall in 2007 and took it until 2012 I stop taking it because I lost insurance and could not afford it. I cold turkey quit. I did go through heavy withdrawals headache violent depression and severe weight gain. After two years of not taking I was diagnose with Parkinson’s. Now I’m wondering possibly I don’t have Parkinson’s but just a side affect of adderrall.

Ben
7:35 pm August 9th, 2016

There are lots of natural supplements out there that can help you recover from amphetamines, you just need to understand you are depleted of nutrients and your body is polluted. You can sit around for 2 or 3 weeks unable to shower, or you can do some research yourself. Two major things I can say right now that you should be stocked up on is whey protein and natural sea salt. The protein will help replenish dopamine and other chemicals, and you have flushed out all your salt and electrolytes so your muscles need that salt back. Those are two major ones. Then theres other small stuff on the side I recommend like multivitamins, fish oil, milk thistle, NAC, lots of fruits and vegetables during your cravings, you need to be aware of these things to promote a healthy and happy recovery from amphetamine abuse. Lots of DECAF green tea and vitamin c to flush your body of pollutants, leftovers of amphetamine use, especially hiding in your fat. Pot also helps way more with the pain than any single anti depressant I ever tried, don’t bother with antidepressants they will hold down your amphetamine recovery. Your brain needs to go au naturale and you need to learn about natural healing lifestyles as well.

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