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Risk of Adderall.

I just consumed 30mg tablets of the generic brand of adderall for the first time. They are the instant release kind. Im pretty high right now, am I at risk of overdosing?
Asked On : Thu, 5 Aug 2010
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I am not a health care professional, but I do think you should rethink taking that Adderall next time. If you're not meant to take it, it could cause serious problems.

Just visit your health care provider and he or she will be able to test you properly for ADD/ADHD.

The draw of adderall is that it is instant with the tabs, but crashing is harder. If you are meant to take it and get on a regular regime, the prescript acclimates to your body and not only provides the instant concentration but can help you to stay focused past the pill come down.

What people don't understand is that these drugs are suppose to get in your system and then stay there. Up/Down on/off will throw your body out of whack.

No one should take adderall with the intention of abusing it.

Thank you.
Answered: Tue, 15 Mar 2011
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