Adderall addicts may not fit the stereotype of addiction. But using Adderall as a performance enhancer can lead to addiction. So, how can you help a student who has problems with Adderall? More here.
How can you differentiate between dependence and addiction after using Adderall for more than a few weeks? Here we review the signs of Adderall addiction and how to address them.
You abuse Adderall when you take Adderall other than prescribed. Snorting, injecting, dosing more frequently or at higher doses than prescribed is considered Adderall abuse. More here.
When you snort Adderall, you deliver high concentrations dextroamphetamine and amphetamine to the brain almost immediately. More on effects of snorting Adderall, its risks and possible side effects here.
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.
Yes, you can overdose on Adderall if you take Adderall in large amounts. More on Adderall overdose as well as amounts of safe dosing here.
Is snorting Adderall effective or should Adderall be taken orally? Can snorting Adderall get you high? What do you risk and what dangers are present when you snort Adderall? More on snorting Adderall effects here.
Children and adults can overdose on Adderall, when taking amounts more than prescribed. More on exactly how much Adderall is safe for you and the amount of Adderall that causes overdose here.
How much Adderall is too much Adderall varies by person. Kids start at 2.5 – 5 mg but do not take more than 40 mg/day. Adults take 5 – 60 mg per day, but can tolerate more or less given tolerance leves. More on Adderall safe dosing here.
Adderall can make you feel more alert when you are drinking. But the effects of mixing Adderall and alcohol can include masking alcohol intoxication, which can lead to alcohol poisoning and alcohol related accidents. More here mixing Adderall with alcohol.