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What kind of medication is Adderall?

Adderall is the best medication for people who are diagnosed with ADHD or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Initially, it is a combination of two different salts, amphetamine and dextroamphetamine. Since Adderall works on the central nervous system, it is also known as a CNS stimulant.

Adderall to improve hyperactivity, impulsive behavior, and attention span. However, professionals also recommend this medicine for the management of narcolepsy. In the United States, Adderall is a prescription medicine and can only be used for limited medical purposes. The food & drug administration or the “FDA” approved Adderall in 1996. And it is a schedule IV controlled substance by the drug enforcement agency.

Primary uses

As a stimulant drug, Adderall can be used to treat most types of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and narcolepsy. Its primary uses may include;

  • Inattention: getting distracted, poor organizational or concentration skills;
  • Impulsivity: taking unnecessary risks, interrupting others;
  • Hyperactivity: never seems to slow down, difficulties staying on task and over talking.

Important Information

In some cases, Adderall can be a habit-forming drug and result in physical dependence. Inform your pharmacist if you have a history of drug or alcohol addiction or abuse. Stimulants like Adderall have caused the heart attack, stroke, and other severe conditions in people with high blood pressure, a heart defect, or disease. Let your pharmacist know if you have any of these conditions.

A combination of stimulants and MAO inhibitors can result in a dangerous interaction. Do not use Adderall if you have recently (in the last two weeks) taken an MAO inhibitor. You may not be able to use this medication if you have glaucoma, severe agitation, overactive thyroid, moderate to extreme fever, vascular disease or coronary artery disease, etc.

What should I do before taking Adderall?

To make sure Adderall is safe, you should inform your pharmacist if you have or ever had;

  • Overactive thyroid;
  • Glaucoma;
  • High blood pressure;
  • Severe anxiety and agitation;
  • Vascular disease or hardening of the arteries;
  • A history of abuse or addiction to drugs or alcohol, etc.

Also, let your pharmacist know if you are a pregnant woman or willing to be a mom. For breastfeeding mothers, Adderall is also not safe to take. If you take Adderall while nursing a baby, your baby may have some dangerous drug overdose or withdrawal symptoms. 

How should I take Adderall?

How you need to take Adderall depends on the drug form you are using. Here, we have some instructions for people who take Adderall in its tablet form.

  • You should take Adderall tablets orally one to three times a day. The first amount should be used in the morning after first waking up. You may take additional doses after an interval of four to six hours.
  • Try not to use this medicine later in the evening. This can cause trouble falling asleep at bedtime.

You can take Adderall tablets by mouth with or without food. It’s always good to take Adderall with food to avoid a drug overdose and stomach problems. Your dosage amount must be based upon your medical condition and response to treatment. Your pharmacist may adjust your dose at regular intervals to determine which dosage is best for you. Always take it at the same time each day without missing a single dose. If missed, take it as soon as you remember. 

Adderall dosage

Usual adult dose for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Immediate release IR:

  • Initial dose: 5 mg orally 1 to 2 times daily
  • Maintenance dose: may increase 5 mg at weekly intervals
  • Maximum amount: 40 mg per day

Extended-release XR:

Patients who are switching from other medication or starting treatment with Adderall;

  • Initial dose: 20 mg orally once within a day

Usual adult dose for Narcolepsy

Immediate-release IR

  • Initial dose: 10 mg per day in divided doses
  • Maintenance dose: may increase 10 mg at weekly intervals
  • Maximum amount: 60 mg per day

What should I avoid while taking Adderall?

Driving: You should avoid driving and operating heavy machinery until the effects of Adderall are not finished. The results of this medicine can influence the power of your brain and result in an accident.

Overdose: An overdose of this stimulant medicine will not improve your condition any faster but can produce side effects. This is why you should avoid using this medicine in overdoses.

Breastfeeding: Adderall can pass through your breast milk and enter your baby’s system. If it happens, your kid may have some dangerous withdrawal symptoms.

Sudden discontinuation: Do not stop taking Adderall suddenly. This can result in some unpleasant withdrawal symptoms. If you don’t have enough medicine to continue the treatment, you can order Tramadol online to get overnight delivery.

What are the possible side effects of Adderall?

Get urgent medical help if you experience an allergic reaction to such medication. Allergic symptoms may include hives, difficulty breathing hives, and swelling of your face, throat, tongue, and lips.

Call your doctor immediately if you have:

  • Signs of psychosis: new behavior problems, hallucinations (seeing & hearing things that are not actual), aggression, hostility, paranoia, etc.
  • Symptoms of heart problems: trouble breathing, chest pain, feeling like you might pass out.
  • Symptoms of circulation problem: pain, cold feeling, skin color changes, numbness, unexplained wounds
  • A seizure
  • Muscle twitches
  • Turn in your vision, etc.

Seek immediate professional’s attention if you have symptoms of serotonin syndrome, including hallucinations, sweating, fever, fast heart rate, agitation, twitching, nausea, coordination, muscle stiffness, diarrhea, etc.

Common side effects may include:

  • Weight loss;
  • Stomach pain;
  • Feeling nervous or mood changes;
  • Dry mouth;
  • Loss of appetite;
  • Fast heart rate;
  • Dizziness;
  • Headache;
  • Sleep problems (insomnia), etc.

It is not a complete list of side effects that occur due to Adderall use. Some other consequences may also occur. Most of the adverse effects are rare and seem in some unique conditions only.

Talk with your doctor/pharmacist if you have any of the earlier mentioned side effects while using Adderall.

What drugs can interact with Adderall?

Some drugs can interact with Adderall and result in some unpleasant aftereffects. Let your pharmacist know if you are taking any of the following medicines.

  • Medicine for blood pressure adjustment;
  • A blood thinner like warfarin, jantoven;
  • Cold or allergy medicine like an opioid;
  • Treatment for seizures, etc.

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