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It is common for people who stop taking Adderall to experience withdrawal symptoms, including changes in heart rhythm, depression and extreme fatigue, making it difficult for a lot of people to stop taking these pills. If you live with an addiction to Adderall, you don’t have to battle your addiction on your own. Studies show that people who complete an inpatient program have more success at beating their addiction and remaining clean. Because of this, it’s important to find the best inpatient rehab center in your area. Finding a residential rehabilitation program gives you a safe environment, access to trained staff and the support you need to stop using the drug completely.

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Choosing the Best Private Adderall Treatment Facility

What is Adderall?

Doctors prescribe Adderall to patients who suffer from attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy. The medication comes as either an instant-release or an extended-release pill. Adderall reduces the symptoms that people suffering from ADD or ADHD experience, including the inability to focus, lack of organization and restlessness. One of the side effects, trouble sleeping, makes the medication a good treatment option for someone suffering from narcolepsy as well. Typical adult dosages are 30 to 40 mg per day for those taking the extended-release capsules and 20 to 40 mg per day for those taking the immediate-release pills. Narcolepsy patients take anywhere from 5 mg to 60 mg of Adderall each day.

Causes of Adderall Addiction

Adderall AddictionPatients who need the medication have a higher rate of concentration and retain more information when using the drug…
Patients who need the medication have a higher rate of concentration and retain more information when using the drug, but some of the side effects of the pill draw the attention of other users. As the pill causes people to have difficulty sleeping, it became popular on college campuses. When taking the drug, students found it easier to pull an all nighter, dubbing Adderall the smart pill. Adderall also boosts your metabolism, and causes people to experience a loss of appetite, making it easier to lose weight. When the drug wears off, users typically feel the need to take more to give them more energy. Adderall addiction isn’t limited to those who abuse the drug-even patients taking the medication exactly as prescribed can become addicted to the pill. If you want to quit taking Adderall, finding a long-term rehabilitation center will give you the continued support you need.

Why Stop Taking Adderall?

Prolonged abuse of Adderall can cause depression, high blood pressure, seizures and extreme fatigue. In more extreme cases, taking high dosages of Adderall over an extended period of time can cause a condition called stimulant psychosis. People suffering from stimulant psychosis suffer from insomnia, hallucinations, tremors, seizures, and delusions. In extreme cases of stimulant psychosis patients can become catatonic. As some of Adderall’s long-term effects can be extreme, it’s important that you find the best rehab for addiction to Adderall in your area and follow the program to help you stop using the drug.


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