Friday, October 14, 2011
Adderall seems to be the perfect helper drug at first. It helps one to focus and concentrate more effectively. The thinking process becomes clearer. The author of this article tried Adderall for a week. The author felt he was more productive. He was accomplishing more when taking Adderall. He felt extremely focused, but at the same time he felt less like himself. When he was tired, he couldn't go to sleep. As I read on, I noticed that it could cause psychosis. It is a scary thought to think that a drug that is suppose to help focus and concentration can cause pyschosis. Taking Adderall for a pick-me-up can become dangerous. At first it seems to be the perfect boost of energy. One of the withdrawl effects that Adderall causes is depression. No one wants to feel depressed. If Adderall gives the feeling of being energetic at first, then feeling low later doesn's seem to be much of a helper. Adderall should be taken by individuals who it is prescribed for that have ADHD. It isn't for someone who wants an extra boost of energy during their day.