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... eliminates the rebound. It is therefore possible that people taking either Strattera or a tricyclic antidepressant in combination with a stimulant may not experience as much of a rebound as those taking a stimulant alone. ... (11 replies)
Adderall Crash
Oct 20, 2010
... A person can take one stimulant med like ritalin and it happen, then be changed to another stimulant med like adderall and it not happen. Bodies are strange. ... (7 replies)
... If he is indeed short of breath, I would bring that up with the doctor. One of the downsides of Adderall is the stimulant effect it has on the cardiovascular system which can cause issues with the heart (racing, palpatations, etc). Monitor this closely and don't be afraid to pull him off the Adderall until you can see the doctor if you feel it's necessary. Adderall is not a... (15 replies)

... effects including insomnia, anxiety, tics, and stimulant exascerbation of tourettes. It is good for a slew of maladies apart from ADHD too. ... (2 replies)
... I've taken a small dose of Adderall before bed to help me sleep. It works when I'm tired, near exhaustion, and dose is 10mg or less. The small dose reduces the rebound effects keeping me awake without overriding the fatigue putting me to sleep. ... (8 replies)
... Hoshi, well said, you've clearly done your homework. There's little I can add here beyond support for the above advice, but I'll throw in my two bits where I can. First, titration is definitely the correct way to begin taking any stimulant med (or any med for that matter). If your daughter was started out on 70mg Vyvanse, it's no wonder she's having negative side effects.... (7 replies)
... ADHD rebound happens at day's end when our stimulants are wearing off, and normal fatigue is setting in. The above neck controls are nearly energy exhausted. ... (2 replies)
... found that they subsided and the med was actually working, AND working as well as a stimulant might? ... (8 replies)
... Guanfacine, on the other hand, improves working memory, reduces distractibility, reduces implusivity and improves attention control. Guanfacine works similar to stimulant medications but not as effectively. ... (2 replies)
... release formulas tend to cause less rebound than the regular versions. ... (4 replies)
... months and adopted him at age 3. He was always very active. School was tough on him because he just couldn't sit. He did well on the meds. He did have the rebound with ritalin and that's when she put him on wellbutrin. It wasn't as bad with the adderall. ... (7 replies)
... First, we tried Strattera. As a distance runner, I didn't want to go the stimulant route. Since they were "banned," I didn't want to adjust to going on and off of them when I ran races. ... (7 replies)
... told about Straterra and ritalin together. Again too scared, even though Straterra is not a stimulant. I should try it though as the straterra might reduce the stimulant side affects. ... (29 replies)
... Adderall and Dexedrine are also stimulant medications. ... (4 replies)
Out of Control
Aug 15, 2004
... I do not know if this will help any but this is what we have done with meds for my 7 year old. We have a prescription of a short acting stimulant to give him on days that he sleeps in or days that we realize during a terrible meltdown that we forgot to give him his Concerta. It only lasts for four hours. ... (26 replies)
... you'll find useful. One deals primarily with a physiological explanation for the rebound effect of stimulant medication. The next was in response to your question about what behaviors you should tolerate when your son is rebounding. ... (12 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)
... It's well known that when the brain becomes dependant on a psychoactive substance, withdrawals, rebound and tolerance are a given. Unfortunately, this is less known with prescription medicines, which are really the same thing but "controlled". ... (15 replies)
... So I guess my question is if your child is taking the strattera at night do you still experience the "rebound" from the stimulant in the A.M.? ... (0 replies)
... For example, in essence Thunor replied to "Alice" that I thought, Thu has to right. I can use Adderall to "induce sleep" when ADHD rebound prevents me from succumbing to normal exhaustion. But there is something missing. What the hecks is it? ... (51 replies)

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