There is a recognized side effect of mood changes with Adderall XR or immediate release. If you were experiecing dibilitaing anxiety while taking Adderall I would say that is a side effect worth talking over with your doctor. It's not a side effect that is noted as one that is mild, or one that might go away during treatment. Talk with your doctor. * You are most likely taking too much for your body to handle. That is a rather large dose and thouh it is a difficult medication to get due to so many abusing it, my experience is that doctors often over-perscribe it. I was initially told to take 2 20mg pills a day, one if the morning and one in the afternoon. I tried the first day with just one and felt more ADD then before! I found with my body chemistry and schedule that if I take half a pill in the morning (quite soon after I wake up) it lasts me the entire day, does not make me feel bad at night when it wears off (occasional insomnia) and is not overly habit forming. I don't usually take it on weekends or vacations, etc. and it has worked very well in this capacity for several years. Depending on the reason for taking so much, I would talk to your doctor first, I would slowly reduce your dosage until you find one that works for you. Good luck.
It can be, but a lot of other things can also cause moodiness.
His temper, and his moodiness.
The best vitamin for moodiness is B12. It is also good for anxiety and depression. Folic Acid is often taken to help regulate mood management.
No it doesn't, it contains no psychotropic ingredients. Acne itself can cause moodiness, however, since people often worry about their appearance.
Mares get protective of their babies, which can appear to be moodiness.
yes, it can also be PMS
they are long lasting and interfere with daily functioning.
Diabetes symptoms and signs include severe hunger, increased thirst, unexplained changes in weight, fatigue, moodiness, nausea, blurred vision, and frequent urination; if you regularly experience any of these symptoms, you should contact your doctor.
Extreme moodiness (PMS), cravings for mainly sugar, abdominal pain, tired all the time, and, of course, blood flow will be noticeable. The symptoms are mainly moodiness, crying for no particular reason, and other depression-like symptoms.
Yes. Any hormone imbalance can affect you physically and psychologically.
Take a home pregnancy test and you will have the answer!
Irritation, moodiness, isolation or going out too often, drugs & alcohol
Happy one minute or day, depressed the next. Extreme Moodiness.
fatigue, muscle weakness,skin bruises easily, moodiness
Cramps (pain in your lower abdomen), moodiness, sometime extreme cravings, headache, etc.
moodiness, depression, sore breasts, weight gain, and severe headaches.
The mood of the sales team play a great role in serving the customer.
Moodiness is the abstract noun form for the adjective moody. Another abstract noun is mood.
No, the word moody is an an adjective. The noun form is moodiness. The exception is when Moody is a person's name, then it is a noun.
If you have missed a period you may be pregnant. Take a test.
Moodiness,Irritability Cravings for more AMP. If drank late at night sleeplessness occurs.
moodiness, swelling, death, weight gain, & dysfunction thinking ex-memory loss