As Adderall addiction and abuse rates grow, more and more people are getting admitted to treatment for Adderall substance use problems. Who needs and receives Adderall addiction help in the U.S.? See in this infographic.
The use of “study drugs” such as Adderall has been on the rise since 2009. This infographic shows the demographics and national trends of Adderall use in the population. Check it out to learn more.
A review of the main side effects of smoking Adderall here.
The general onset of Adderall detox symptoms occurs within a few hours after Adderall effects wear off. And the length of time until detox resolvescan vary from weeks to months later, due to post acute withdrawal symptoms (PAWS). A general Adderall detox timeline here.
Suggestions on how to deal with an Adderall addict and Adderall addiction here.
Symptoms which can occur during detox from Adderall include depression, anxiety, mood swings, and trouble sleeping. More here on which symptoms you can expect as you get off Adderall and how to address them.
How addictive is Adderall? Is Adderall dangerous? Check out this infographic for the answers. Then, you can LIKE, COMMENT, or SHARE it with your friends!
While Adderall withdrawal is not dangerous, it’s a good idea avoid a cold turkey detox. More on how and where to find help for Adderall withdrawal 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.
Going cold turkey off Adderall IS NOT recommended. When you stop taking Adderall cold turkey you can experience severe effects of acute withdrawal. More on how to withdraw from Adderall safely here.