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... e trouble than it was worth, and I'm in a good, monogamous relationship with a great guy! I've always been a very talkative person, but on the XL I would think of things to say but never feel like saying them. Talking seemed almost pointless to me. ... (6 replies)
... About 2 days after I stopped I started having a severe problem concentrating on everything. I also experienced some behavioral changes and anxiety as a result of this. I find that I can concentrate, but only if I put my mind hard to work at doing so and it eventually causes a headache while trying? ... (2 replies)
... Have you taken it for extended periods of time and then quit one day? ... (149 replies)

... desenzitation of brain receptors from constant stimulation from a drug which causes those receptors to die off or become less sensitive which can lead to tolerance and symptoms simular to withdrawals including depression. ... (7 replies)
... I feel that ritalin is a narcotic,as does my sons doctor. Like any narcotic drug there is an addiction factor, and withdrawl symptoms as well. ... (2 replies)
... the brain will stop producing it and will shut down receptors as a way of adaptation. ... (13 replies)
... m completely wacky again and everything is falling apart. I am tapering off the ritalin and am down to 10mg per day. When we discussed coming off of the meds, my doctor treated the tapering method as sort of an afterthought. ... (13 replies)
... sorry to bring uo a old post but I stopped taking the ritalin and my wife said i was better on it and so did my doc so we are doing the same thing now. He used office visits to suggest ADD over a period of about 6 months. ... (5 replies)
... certified at a top establishment in our area. I think they either were that brain dead, or were given misleading info from drug reps, or simply in denial. Perhaps they believed addiction and dependancy were not separate issues. Perhaps they believe in fairies and goblins too.... ... (149 replies)
... Unfortunately, those withdrawal symptoms are passed off as part of the person's "medical condition" typically by the medical community, thus people have come to believe there are no withdrawals. ... (149 replies)

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