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.
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 is prescribed in doses of 5-30 mg daily. Adderall is prescribed to help with ADHD and sleep disorders. More on Adderall prescription dosing, costs, and uses here.
Immediate release Adderall effects last for 4-6 hours. But the extended release version of Adderall XR can last for 24 hours. Why? Different formulas of Adderall last for different periods of time. Learn more about Adderall effects and duration of action 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.
Adderall works by affecting the brain, causing a stimulant effect. More on how Adderall works in the brain, nervous system and for how long 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 is neither a medical nor a legal narcotic. However, Adderall is a controlled substance and its use is enforced by the DEA. We explore more about Adderall’s use and legal classification here.
YES and NO. Adderall is a legal narcotic and Schedule II drug. But Adderall is not a medical narcotic. More on narcotic definitions and Adderall as a narcotic here.
Yes, you can die from taking Adderall. But the risk of sudden death from Adderall’s effects on the cardiovascular system is low. More on reported cases of sudden death as well as how to avoid sudden death risk factors for Adderall here.