What is Adderall drug?
Did you know that, in 2011 alone, almost 50 million drugs like Adderall were dispensed to treat symptoms of ADHD and hyperactivity? The drug’s purpose is to increase focus, treat sleepiness…and even ease narcolepsy. However, prolonged use can do more harm than good – on both brain and body.
See, while stimulants increase concentration, they decrease the need for sleep and food. Adderall increases serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine levels, which control emotions. If the brain senses there aren’t enough neurotransmitters present, the brain can be rewired, causing sleep difficulties, irritability, fatigue, weight loss, headaches, tremors…and much more.
On the physical side, we’re talking increased body temperature, heart rate and blood pressure. The frightening risk of a stroke is also heightened, as well as seizures and heart attacks. Is any of this really worth it? Getting free might sound more challenging than getting hooked, but it’s 100% possible. Calling Blvd Treatment Centers is the first step to freedom.If you or a loved one feels a need to overcome an adderall addiction, visit http://www.BlvdCenters.org or call (866) 583-2384 to speak to an Addiction Counselor. At BLVD we custom tailor our recovery programs within the safe and nurturing confines of our rehab treatment centers. Our mission is to assess the severity of your addiction to help you achieve true and lasting recovery.
Quitting Adderall can be difficult. However, with hard work, dedication, and a strong will to stop abusing adderall, you can enjoy a substance-free lifestyle.
Along with helping you recover from adderall dependence, our qualified healthcare professionals will also help you identify your emotional triggers.