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Adderall: Is It Adding to, or Subtracting from, Your Life?

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Am I an Adderall Addictive

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If you are worried about your Adderall dependence, you have come to the right place. The first step is acknowledging your dependency.

Adderall is a prescription medicine that can improve focus especially in patients diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Growing numbers of students and other success-driven people may take it just to concentrate better at school or work. Then, they get hooked.

According to both the National Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration, full-time students between 18 and 22 are twice as likely to use Adderall recreationally as those that do not go to school full-time. Students who use Adderall are eight times more likely to use prescription tranquilizers, too.

If you can relate to the above, it doesn’t have to go any further than this. We can help. Substance abuse treatment can help you let go of your dependence on Adderall.

The first step is diagnosis.

We invite you to take our test –and determine whether or not you’ve got an issue. If you do, read on, and consider contacting us to guide you through steering your life back to normal.

Understanding Adderall: Symptoms and Consequences

  1. Headache, dry mouth, hoarseness.
  2. Stomach upset, anxiety, pounding in your chest, and/or difficulty sleeping.
  3. Weakness or numbness in the arms or legs.
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  1. Chest pain, seizures.
  2. Stroke or cardiac arrest.
RR 2 Adderal

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Headache, dry mouth, hoarseness.

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Stomach upset, anxiety, pounding in your chest, and/or difficulty sleeping.

#3

Weakness or numbness in the arms or legs.

#4

Chest pain, seizures.

#5

Stroke or cardiac arrest.

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What Treatments Exist?

Because you have been exposed to excessive stimulants over time, you are prone to repeating the abuse, and it can be difficult to reverse the pattern on your own. For example, once you stop taking Adderall, your brain may experience a strong desire for more dopamine leading to cravings for the drug. Rehabilitation centers can help by providing detoxification services and by treating both your psychological and physical addictions.

Treatment choices include professional inpatient drug rehab or outpatient rehab. Inpatient, outpatient, and long-term residential programs offer a combination of individual and group therapy to treat the addiction and underlying mental health issues. Since the options range in geography, term of stay, treatment type and philosophies, and more, they can be overwhelming. We’re here to listen to your concerns, provide an ear and a friendly voice, and guide you through to choosing the right one for you.

A Word About 12-Step Support Groups

12-step support groups for after-treatment can be very effective for your sober recovery. Because they are composed entirely of recovering addicts, you’ll find the honesty, courage, and support you need to continue in your rehabilitation. Also, these groups are free and universally available.

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