Adderall Addiction Treatment

Dextroamphetamine and Amphetamine (Adderall) is a prescription stimulant that has similar effects as Meth. Not everyone who uses Adderall will develop an addiction because it is commonly prescribed for the treatment of narcolepsy and ADHD. It has different effects on those two types of patients. Adderall increases dopamine and norepinephrine levels in the central nervous system, which affects how the brain pays attention and the speed at which it reacts.

An addiction can occur when a person becomes dependent on it to be able to function and be productive. Adderall addictions are very common, and Cypress Lake Recovery has the treatment center for you or a loved one dealing with this.

Chronic Pain Management

Managing other ways to deal with focus issues can be done in natural ways instead of using this drug that can overtake you. Cypress Lake Recovery offers medical detox with specializing physicians and medical staff to help you through every step safely. We have proven holistic therapies to help you along the right path.

Use of Adderall

The most common uses for Adderall are to treat ADHD and narcolepsy, but it can also be used by many people just trying to focus and be productive. Like Meth, it gives you focus and a greater attention span to study, get work done, and stay even stay awake. We see many college students start using Adderall recreationally to study for a big test or cram in homework to get the grades they need, or their parents need for them to graduate.

When mixed with other recreational drugs or alcohol, it can cause people to forget and possibly blackout. This can be a dangerous road to walk down.

For Family Members and Friends:

Adderall addiction is something that is happening more and more frequently among younger people who don’t necessarily need to be prescribed it. Young college students turn to this drug due to stress and anxiety of schoolwork, studying, and getting good grades to graduate. The pressure of doing well in school can push someone to fall to this addiction. If you or a loved one is suffering from an Adderall addiction, get the treatment and therapy that will help turn the page on the addiction.

Symptoms and Side Effects of Misusing Adderall:

  • Not being able to finish work without using Adderall
  • Being unable to be alert without it
  • Needing larger dose to feel the effects

These are side effects of misusing Adderall over time, and some of the long-term effects include:

  • Sleep Difficulties
  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Mood Swings
  • Weight Loss
  • Paranoia

We can help you deal with this by proven holistic treatment and therapy that will work, and you can finally get back to your normal self. If you or someone you care for is addicted to stimulants like adderall, call Cypress Lake Recovery today at 409-407-4976 and learn more about our addiction treatments. We’ll create an addiction treatment plan that will help you stick to the path of recovery.