Using adderall

Shelby Lex

Adderall has proven to be a lifesaver for some of those who have been diagnosed with ADD and ADHD, and for good reason. It generally gives users better concentration and ability to focus, helping them to not only function better, but be productive and take control over themselves.

Because of these beneficial effects, it gives users better studying and working capabilities by boosting the body’s dopamine levels in the brain, which makes the neurons in the brain more receptive to certain types of signals. This counteracts the hyperactivity effect of ADD and ADHD.

Adderall also acts as a stimulant, and, by increasing blood pressure and heart rate, gives users a heightened sense of alertness to help them stay focused.

There is a possibility for addiction to Adderall, and as it is related to a milder form of meth, rapid mood shifts, insomnia, and anxiety are a few possible side effects.

Yet even with the slim potential for addiction to and dependence on the drug, Adderall is generally safe when used properly and by those who actually have ADD and ADHD.