SAN DIEGO, April 18, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Because Adderall is a psychoactive substance, the brain develops a tolerance to it over time. As higher amounts of dopamine (and other neurotransmitters) are released, these chemicals will be depleted the next day if the medication is not taken to trigger their release in such high amounts again.  Adderall is often prescribed after Ritalin tolerance levels have been exhausted.

Adderall dependence:

The effects of Adderall abuse can be very dangerous. Many young people take large doses to get high but don’t realize the serious health risks and dangers involved when doing this. Young people also mix prescription stimulants with other drugs and alcohol and increase the dangers associated with Adderall addiction. There are people who abuse Ritalin or Adderall because it keeps them awake and improves their performance. Some college students use stimulants to cram or study for tests and exams because they can stay awake for long periods of time.

Adderall Abuse

Abusing Adderall in large doses can cause; seriously high body temperature, irregular heart-beat, and the risk of heart failure and seizures. Most of the time Adderall and Ritalin are taken in pill form when they abuse these stimulants. There are some people who crush them and then dissolve them in water and inject the stimulant. This is very dangerous and could be deadly.

Adderall Recovery

Adderall Treatment (Early Stage):

It is possible to build up a tolerance to amphetamines, which means the person using the drug needs to take larger doses to do the same effect. Over time, the body might come to depend on amphetamines just to work normally.

Withdrawal symptoms can include extreme hunger, tiredness, panic attacks, crankiness, depression and nightmares.

Some people experience a pattern of “binge crash” characterized by using continuously for several days without sleep, followed by a period of heavy sleeping.

Contact Info: 
Author: Kevin Leonard
Organization: TheRecover.com
Address: 27420 Jefferson Ave, Temecula, CA 92590
Phone: (888) 510-3898

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