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.
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.
Adderall withdrawal signs include increased heart rate, depression, extreme fatigue, and dissatsifaction with life. More on identifying Adderall withdrawal 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.
Should you detox from Adderall at home? What can you expect in terms of symptoms and time? We review detox from Adderall protocol 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.
Thinking of withdrawing from Adderall and want to know the side effects? Read here to understand what can happen when you stop taking Adderall.
Want to withdraw from Adderall at home? Should you? Weigh the possible risks and get tips on how to withdraw from Adderall here.
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.
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.