Yes it could cause nerve damage. It's amphetamines- speed. If you take too much it could kill you. Adderall carries the risk of heart attack and stroke.
I don't think it causes nerve damage. I ingested a months supply on a 2day binge. No damage, wasn't very fun either.
No, you should be fine. It may hurt your nasal passage if snorted regularly, though.
Like most other chemicals, it is processed in the liver. Taking small doses as an otherwise healthy individual shouldn't damage the liver but abusing the drug, like any other, can have adverse effects.
Doses of immediate-release Adderall is available in 5, 7.5, 10, 12.5, 15, 20, and 30 mg. Adderall XR is available in 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30 mg doses
How much we talking about? In usual doses, no.
Budeprion can cause a temporary and short high if taken in high doses. However, high doses cause seizures that result in permanent brain damage.
It would obviously depend of the dosage. Taking 6 5mg Adderall would be the same as taking 1 30mg Adderall. So, to just say "8 Adderall" can be anywhere from 40mg to 240mg. It also depends on tolerance. If you have little or no amphetamine tolerance, I would not exceed 20-30mg in 1 dose. If your amphetamine tolerance is through the roof, you could probably handle a very large amount. This is not "safe" though, being that large doses of amphetamines can cause long term cardiovascular and psychological damage.
Adderall makes your pupils extremely dilated (bigger), especially on higher doses.
Adderall doesn't come in a 50mg. dose. It comes in 5, 10, 20, and 30mg doses.
Amphetamines, including Adderall, can cause withdrawal symptoms in people who stop taking them too quickly. However, Adderall withdrawal is more likely to happen when people take higher doses of Adderall than recommended. People who take Adderall as prescribed for a legitimate medical purpose do not usually have withdrawal symptoms when stopping Adderall. Some withdrawal symptoms of Adderall can include extreme fatigue, depression, and changes in heart rhythm.
Yes. However, in high doses they can cause cellular damage and death.
It is dangerous because it has enough energy to break atomic bonds. In small doses, it can damage cellular DNA, leading to reproductive problems or cancer. In high doses it can do enough damage to destroy tissue and cause prompt death.
somewhat, they are both stimulants that can be highly addicting and very dangerous. chemically they are very different but they act in a similar way, the key difference is that adderall is less hallucinogenic and when taken at prescribed doses is unlikely to cause any of the major issues associated with meth
The amount of acetaminophen that can cause liver damage varies dependent on a number of external factors. However, FDA records from large studies of liver damage suggest that this may happen at doses of 5,000 mg to 7,500 mg.
Acetone in large doses can cause damage to the nervous system and systemic poisoning, even death.
Like any radioactive substance, radioactive steam constantly emits high energy particles. These particles can cause damage to cells and genetic material. In high doses the radiation can kill you outright while in loser doses it can cause cancer.
Salt is generally bad for birds, it can cause dehydration and high blood pressure. Even small doses of salt can cause a lot of damage.
Extremely large doses of silver, much beyond what is recommended by proponents for therapeutic use, may cause neurologic signs or organ damage.
Vicoprofen (hydrocodone and tylenol) can be taken with adderall is reasonable doses. If taken recreationally, in other words, to get "high", the risk of a fatality increases. Adderall increases desire for certain things. If you are addicted to Vicoprofen and you take a lare amounth of adderall, say (30-60mg) your first time, the desire for large doses of hydrocodone with increase severely. This is not a proven statement but has been noticed in smokers, drug addicts, and anxiety patients.
Yes you can Mix the two as long as you stay within reasonable doses. The Klonopin is usually prescribed to help ease the crash of the adderall. But I have heard of people mixing them at the same time to create a better and less jittery effect from the adderall. Talking doses really comes down to tolerance but for a novice, I wouldn't mix more than 2 klonopins with more than 30mg Adderall. Stay within that dose range, and you will be fine.
I have never tried this particular combination, but I have mixed other opioids (oxycodone, morphine, codeine) with Adderall at various doses of each substance. The good: it feels amazing. And there's no pharmacological danger in mixing the two, per se. The bad: the Adderall will make you more alert, letting you take higher doses of the opioids than you normally would. This could lead to the risk of an overdose. Or vice-versa - the opioids will cause you to take too much Adderall. While there is a theoretical risk of death if you are a complete idiot and push this to extremes, there is a very real and likely risk of a vicious hangover and/or comedown. If you are to utilize this combination, you must have the self discipline to take only your normal dose of each drug, and no more.
It can be taken in split doses but they will be weaker.
There is no such thing as a 150mg Adderall. All Adderall XR doses have the word "Adderall" on them along with the dosage, and they are in a capsule (Either blue or orange) and filled with small beads. Of the IR Adderall I know, the 10mg pills are blue and the 20 and 30mg pills are orange. Both have "AD" written on one side of them. They can be circular or oval shaped. Hope this helps.
Yes it is possible but overdosing ibuprofen can cause liver damage. Consult your physician! If you have a large body mass you can usually take higher doses.
because large doses of X-Rays are known to cause cell damage and cancer