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... After my overdose on Adderall I was unable to get any comfortable sleep. Often I would fall asleep and then immediately wake up from an inexplicable rush of adrenaline. ... (5 replies)
... ...let's see..... first off, i just want to say...sorry for situation. it sucks to not know what to do to alleviate our psychological problems, eh? let's see...... isn't 90mg too low to be considered an overdose? i thought you had to many hundreds of milligrams to be that. i've taken 120mg in a 12 hr window, and nothing affected me. of course, i've been on adderall for 3... (5 replies)
... Hey, I really felt for you while reading your post. I am so sorry you are experiencing all these ailments. It seems that the medication you have been prescribed over the years has caused you more problems than the condition you were taking them for. Cut back on all these medications. It is very easy to for psychiatrists to diagnose you with all these different disorders... (5 replies)

... Okay well i read your whole story and i actually have alot in common with what your saying. First off i do agree that 90 mg really isnt that much. Im only 105 pounds and ive taken a lot more than that. Yet i still had some of the same conciquences. Three days ago i took 120 mg of vivnase.The one thing that you said that ive been searching the internet for was the red arms,... (5 replies)
... I'm not saying it isn't due to the drug adderall(possibly your sensitive to drug) but I know around the end of the semester I would take well over 100-250mg within a 48 hour period with no sleep. I have never experienced any negative side effects from this other than acute sleep loss and lack of motivation. Although, now in my life(years later) I do suffer with depression and... (5 replies)
... I'm not quite sure what to say or where to start. Reading your post felt like reading my own journal. A substantial amount of what you wrote I too have experienced. Including the almost obsessive research leading to convincing myself that my symptoms were signs of some obscure medical problem and that I was truly dying. Then being turned around by the ER nurses and laughed at... (5 replies)
... of the century. That was until he personally discovered its physically destructive and addictive qualities. The analogy can be carried further. Both cocaine and amphetamine impact additionally on the dopamine and adrenergic neurotransmitter systems. So do the SSRI's. ... (18 replies)




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