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... un on post so please bear with me.I've been on 20mg xr twice daily for adhd at first i thought it was amazing i could actually sit thru a sit com or read without the words moving all over the page and remember what i read. so from nothing to xr was a huge improvement, however. ... (0 replies)
... up and how the brain receptors are affected. ... (7 replies)
... When I was diagnosed I spent two hours with a psychologist, then he sent me to a psychiatrist in his same office group. ... (2 replies)

... And just as Adderall is an amphetamine, codeine is an opiate. ... (8 replies)
... I am prescribed Adderall and for me, it feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders. The way I know it's working is because my ADHD isn't affecting my life! ... (4 replies)
... I wrote out the following in Notepad before I read your latest. After my read of your latest, I encourage you to carefully consider what I've written. Why? ... (9 replies)
... I have learned all of this because six years ago I was in a similar situation to what you're in now. I had a doctor that was willing to work with me, but had no history with ADHD or knowledge of the medications involved. ... (7 replies)
... hat I trust and know works, maybe I could finally realize the dreams I have had for as long as ADHD has ruthlessly, mercilessly stopped me dead from reaching all the good goals I know I could reach if it were not for the monster that got in my head somehow. ... (1 replies)
... is another valid Adderall abstraction. ... (27 replies)
Adderall dosage
Oct 18, 2007
... I am one of those people who takes 60mg of adderall a day. In probably the majority of medical publications I have seen and that are out there 30mg a day is listed as the highest standard dose. ... (3 replies)
... Jane said, "Maybe try to change one thing in your life per month, and possibly quitting smoking should wait until other things are a bit more orderly. ... (37 replies)
... I'm working on a summary to help myself account for the differences in our ADHD group. I do better on Dexedrine. You do better on Adderall. Why? ... (35 replies)
... social development. What you have described seems like the evolutionary biology theory of ADD, as put forth by Hartmann. I am struck by how you describe all 'symptoms' as negative relative to the 'way society operates and functions. ... (17 replies)
My ADHD type
Jul 25, 2009
... You're right! It IS all in my head! My brain is short on certain neurotransmitters which is the cause of the symptoms of ADHD! ... (11 replies)
... In my experience with being on Adderall, I can sometimes "forget" to eat or drink enough water because of the appetite suppressing effect. ... (17 replies)
... attention, etc...unlike how adderall only works while it's in your system. also, i think maybe you're relying too much on your drugs. ... (7 replies)
... I am in a similar situation to you although I have been using Adderall for about a year now. I really did need that time to kick my own but in gear and am hoping that my good habits will see me through. ... (6 replies)
... I think I read in my prescription not to break the tablets? ... (37 replies)
... Wow, that's a handful. You've delved deeper into the problem than my current understanding of the issue can handle. It's probably going to take me a day or two to manage a cogent reply, so I'll just throw in a random thought or two. ... (35 replies)
... Bob, you know how I hate to disagree with you, so I'll keep it short and hope you'll forgive me one of these days. ... (35 replies)


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