Adderall withdrawal treatment: How to treat Adderall withdrawal
You can treat Adderall withdrawal with plenty of bed rest, time off work/school, and antidepressants (if necessary). More on how to treat Adderall withdrawal here.
Adderall withdrawal side effects
Thinking of withdrawing from Adderall and want to know the side effects? Read here to understand what can happen when you stop taking Adderall.
How to withdraw from Adderall
Want to withdraw from Adderall at home? Should you? Weigh the possible risks and get tips on how to withdraw from Adderall here.
Help for Adderall addiction
Adderall addicts can get help. You can find help for Adderall addiction by calling the National Drug Abuse Hotline at 1-800-662-HELP or consulting with your doctor, a psychotherapist, a trusted friend or family member or a local treatment center. More here on finding and getting help for Adderall addiction.
How to treat Adderall addiction
While there are no FDA-approved medications used to treat Adderall addiction currently, psychological and behavioral interventions can help. More on where to find help for Adderall addiction here.
Tolerance to Adderall
Tolerance to Adderall develops more on a weekly to monthly basis, sometimes taking up to 6 months before a doctor has to alter and change the concentration of the medication. However, amphetamines like Adderall usually take longer to develop a tolerance when used for therapeutic purposes. Adderall abuse speeds up the process. More on tolerance to Adderall here.
What are Adderall withdrawal symptoms?
Adderall withdrawal symptoms include anxiety, depression, extreme fatigue, increased heart rate, and paranoia. More here on what to expect when withdrawing from Adderall.
What is Adderall withdrawal?
Adderall withdrawal is a set of symptoms that manifests when you reduce Adderall dosage or quit taking Adderall completely. More here on what Adderall withdrawal feels like and what helps relieve Adderall withdrawal symptoms.
How long does Adderall withdrawal last?
Acute Adderall withdrawal occurs within the first few days after your last dose. However, protracted Adderall withdrawal can take weeks to months to resolve. More on how long Adderall withdrawal lasts here.
How to stop taking Adderall
Consult a doctor before you stop taking Adderall. Adderall causes strong withdrawal symptoms and can be gradually reduced over the course of several weeks. More on stopping Adderall here.