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Adderall XR is an
extended-released capsule intended as a once daily dose. While
Adderall is approved for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
(ADHD) and narcolepsy, a neurological sleep disorder, the
extended-release medication is prescribed only for ADHD.
Adderall XR is not without adverse side effects and other serious
substance abuse issues in connection to the amphetamine in the drug.
* Heart problems, which include heart defects and high blood
* Psychiatric problems that include new or worsening behavior,
bipolar illness, depression or aggression issues
* Tourette's syndrome and tics
* Thyroid irregularities
* Kidney and liver problems
For children and teenagers, any new or worsening conditions that
cause the patient to hear or see things that are not real or
believing things are not real, along with being suspicious should be
reported immediately to the doctor prescribing the medication.
All other medications the person is on should be disclosed prior to
starting on Adderall XR due to the serious side effects that some
drugs, when combined, can cause. They include the following:
* Anti-depression drugs including MAOIs
* Anti-psychotic drugs
* Narcotic pain relievers
* Seizure medications
* Blood thinners
* Blood pressure medications
Other serious side effects, although they tend to correct themselves
later, is a slower than normal growth and lower weight for children
and teenagers in the same age group. Amphetamines are a well-known
weight loss drug among older teenagers and adults. In addition, any
changes in vision or seizures should be reported to the doctor.
The more common side effects of this drug include:
* Stomach pains
* Faster than normal heart beat
* Dry mouth
* Sleep problems
* Weight loss due to decreased appetite
Due to the high incidence of addiction, due diligence should be
exercised in the use of this medication. The parent of the child, or
if an adult, should make sure that access to this drug is monitored
closely at all times.
Adderall is used as a recreational drug due to its euphoric mood
elevator. Often crushed and snorted or dissolved in water and
injected with a needle, will bring on a more intense state of
euphoria. Combined with alcohol, it causes short-term psychosis,
which can bring on sudden rages and outbursts.
The drug is also known around colleges as the "study drug" by
enabling the person to stay awake for long periods and focus on
their studies. In the sports world, the drug is banned due to the
performance enhancing abilities.
Overall, with proper supervision, Adderall XR is an excellent drug
when used correctly along with a treatment plan that includes
counseling and/or other therapies.