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... I find it easy to understand if exercise. Exercise forces our brains to come up with the neuros we are short on. If, and how I so do wish, I could make a decent living with my butt out of this chair, I'll bet I could just say no to drugs too. I love the outdoors. ... (4 replies)
... I stopped taking adderall 20mgXR about three weeks ago after taking it for about three months. ... (4 replies)
... How long should I give it to be out of my system, where I do not feel any negative effects of it? ... (2 replies)

... IMHO, it's not so much that this is a side effect but the result of brain changes caused by the amphetamines. For example, there is a study out there that suggests over many years, SSRi's will cause serotonin receptor damage, possibly because of receptors being burnt out, overused, etc. ... (13 replies)
... Yes, I remember your post about the cold hands. That is weird how we seem to be experiencing the same side effects around the same times. I could deal with the cold hands, but depression? ... (13 replies)
... nuing the drug has this effect on you. Most doctors will say it's the old ADD, but whatever the old condition was doesn't change the fact of downregulation which is solid science. ... (6 replies)
... Well I might as well jump in on this as well. I totally agree with the others. If they haven't convince you, maybe this will. Adderall is a stimulant combination used to treat ADHD as I'm sure you already know since you posted this question on this board. ... (3 replies)
... g needed, because she told me that generally there are no withdrawl effects with this drug... so far I haven't had any... and its been two days.....maybe my case is just different or I am lucky... ... (4 replies)
... h worse, unless you were on a very high dose. Part of it could be that you've been shorting yourself on sleep a bit while taking the Adderall, and now your body is demanding it. ... (1 replies)
... Haha yes, "exercise", is what I meant. Two pretty different words. ... (4 replies)
... Couldn't have said it better myself! (6 replies)
... This is the downregualtion of brain receptors that can gradually occur when certain receptors are artificially and sometimes overstimulated with chemicals. ... (16 replies)
... on now. Like you though, I never experienced any type of depression before Adderall came into the picture. ... (13 replies)
... The news just threw a curveball into our efforts to advise doctors on how to treat attention deficit disorders in kids," said Dr. Oscar Bukstein, an associate professor of psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. ... (29 replies)
... made me feel at ease with people but unfortunately it did not take me long to become addicted to it all and most of my adult life up until the age of 34 was a mess but anyway.... ... (15 replies)
... Are you on regular Adderall or Adderall XR. Many have reported that the regular version makes them much moodier then the XR version. So that might be an option. ... (9 replies)
... I had a really hard time when I was on Ritalin and my nephew has a tough time some days on his Cocnerta. He was MUCH worse on the ADDerall XR. The thing that caused the biggest problems for me on the ritalin was the appetite suppression. ... (14 replies)
... And I am also wondering how likely it is that I will never fully recover. ... (5 replies)
... First thing I would say is you should check with your doctor before stopping or changing any of your meds. ... (1 replies)
... owledge, physical addiction isn't possible. Very high levels of amphetamines do deplete the body of energy and severely damage muscles and nerve endings. I think withdrawal symptoms are more symptomatic of muscle and nerve damage than addiction. I think there is difference. Whether true isn't that all important. ... (9 replies)

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