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... you may find that you just have a higher tolerance than many. ... (3 replies)
Stimulants?
Sep 23, 2010
... All medications have the potential of leading to tolerance, but this is not a hard and fast rule. Everyone's personal chemistry is unique, and will develop tolerance at different rates, and to different levels. ... (11 replies)
... Yes, it is possible for him to develop tolerance. It is more likely that he has grown and the dose that previously worked for him is no longer enough. You might also look at other factors in his little life that might be causing him to have more problems. You know - changes like moving, a new school, a new sibling, tension between his parents, etc. Unlike with the... (1 replies)

... and she suggested I switch to Concerta due to my tolerance to adderall xr. ... (2 replies)
... Unfortunately, yes, it is possible to build up tolerance to Adderall. You are on a relatively low dose so your doc might consider increasing the dose for you. However, it seems to me, that is risky. ... (1 replies)
Stimulants?
Sep 23, 2010
... all the adhd meds will eventually "stop working", its known as tolerance, and it happens with all drugs. adderall and ritalin are two notorious stimulants, and you should look into each of them and consider which one will be better for him. (11 replies)
... I have never taken Concerta, but I do take Focalin and can say with certainty that you do build a tolerance to it. ... (3 replies)
... If you've actually damaged your brain due to drug abuse, adding stimulants will not heal it. ... (1 replies)
... I'm a 17 year old male, and was diagnosed with ADD about 4 or 5 years ago, the drug that I was diagnosed was Adderall and I was started out at 5 mg tablets (because they didn't offer the capsules back then) After about a year A change in the effects of the drug were noticed and I was upped to 15 mg of Adderall tablets, as time has gone by, my dosage has increased to 25 mg of... (2 replies)
... There is also a difference between feeling the medication and whether it is actually effective or not. Usually when people start on ritalin they notice that there focus greatly increases and they get a great energised feeling. As soon as the wonderful energised feeling goes away they say they have become immuned to the drug and start looking for a higher dose. In a lot of... (4 replies)
... hours or a day or so at a time. I often don't want to go to bed simply because I don't want to face another jobless day. But, it bothers me to take a whole lot stimulants at the tail end of a sleepless night. It just seems excessive and wrong somehow. ... (3 replies)
... Within 24 months, my tolerance increases to 6 mg. ... (3 replies)
... a miracle drug. I went back to school and earned certificates and Diplomas, I was motivated, energetic and full of life. I am now 55 and I have built up such a TOLERANCE to ADHD medications, that I am worse off than ever!! I take Adderall 90mg daily and it hardly does a thing. ... (7 replies)
... associated effects of anorexia, insomnia, or mild euphoria, tolerance does not develop to the increased levels of neurotransmitters. ... (51 replies)
... I have read some interesting things about the so-called "paradoxical effect" of stimulants on people with AD/HD... What perspectives exist on this topic? Does anyone have any personal experiences, medical/scientific information, or other thoughts on this ? What about treatment tolerance? I was recently diagnosed with ADHD combined type (after a series of... (5 replies)
... Well, from what I've read, your reactions are not unusual. The brain has an inner defense to maintain it's homostatis, so it does eventually build up tolerance(opposition) to most any psychoactive drug that takes over or controls brain function. This could take a short time or a long time, it varies by drug, dosage and personal chemistry/tolerance. Tolerance can also bring... (13 replies)
... Stimulant tolerance does happen in some individuals. It could be related to the dose or ones' biology. ... (16 replies)
... group that can find a medication and manage your symptoms with it long term, there is always the possibility that like me, you're part of the group that develops tolerance to medications very quickly. Anytime your environment changes, your body works to adjust to those changes and maintain its equilibrium. ... (7 replies)
... one's different. The best we can hope for is a smart doctor that takes the time to find the right dose and the right med, and see how things go. If you develop tolerance to one med quickly, you may find that another med works better. ... (5 replies)
Increasing dosages
Jan 18, 2005
... However, I have read that taking drug "holidays" will renew some of the effects of the stimulants when you resume them. This may help keep tolerance at a distance for many years. Also, keeping doses as low as possible helps lower your tolerance thereshold. ... (5 replies)


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