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What is Adderall
Adderall is a prescription medication used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). It works by increasing the availability of certain brain chemicals, such as dopamine and norepinephrine.

Adderall (amphetamine and dextroamphetamine) is a psychostimulant Darvon-N-oxide (DAR) and Dexedrine (dextroamphetamine sulfate) is the brand name. It was first synthesized by John C. Merck, Sr. and his colleagues at the American pharmaceutical company Merck & Co., as an alternative to amphetamines for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).


Use of Adderall
The use of adderall is a very popular option among people who want to boost their study and work efforts. Some people have used this drug to help them stay focused on their work for longer periods of time, others have used it to improve their concentration at school or with information that they find difficult to process.

Use of Adderall has become increasingly popular over the last decade, and the demand for this prescription stimulant has increased exponentially. Due to its high popularity, coupled with its wide availability and low side effects, there are many dangers associated with using this medication.

Doses of Adderall
Doses of Adderall increase or decrease depending on the adderall dose. A starting dose for a new patient is 5 mg and can be increased up as many as 30 mg per day, if needed. Some patients must start lower than 5 mg, followed by gradual increases until they reach the desired daily dose of 20 mg.
The prescribed dose of Adderall for adults is 10 to 20 mg 3 times a day or as needed. The physician may increase the dosage if needed.
Site effects of Adderall
It’s important to note that while these effects are desirable in some cases, you should also be aware of the potential side effects that come with taking adderall.

The use of adderall has been shown to create negative side effects with regard to the body in more than one way. Some possible effects include respiratory problems, insomnia, nausea, blurred vision and difficulty concentrating on a task (sometimes long after taking the medication).


Why is there an adderall shortage 2022
Addleall is the most effective treatment for ADHD, but it’s difficult to find. Addleall shortage 2022 was caused by overproduction of drugs and low sales, which led to a shortage in production of these medications in early 2022.



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