Adderall would usually be prescribed for an individual who has been diagnosed with ADD or ADHD. Some doctors are now prescribing it for depression and weight loss.
the question should have read: would a blood test show a dosage prescribed if someone is on adderall- or just a positive for this medication?
the same thing it does if you are prescribed.
No, it's not! Other medications are but not adderall.
The "straight up" (legal) answer would be: Administer Adderall (mixed amphetamine salts or MAS) only to the person to whom it is prescribed, exactly as prescribed. Adderall is a "schedule II" drug, and as such, it is illegal for anyone to take or possess it if it is not prescribed to them unless that person is responsible for administering it to a minor prescribed the medication.
Adderall in most cases is prescribed for A.D.D(attention deficit disorder) or A.D.H.D(attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) but in some cases is also prescribed for Narcolepsy. Hope that helps
Adderall is a drug that is prescribed for the treatment of narcolepsy and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. No, Adderall is not carcinogenic.
Because Adderall is presdcribed for the treatment of ADHD, depression, and narcolepsy. If you have either of these(or similar diseases) you will be prescribed Adderall. Xanax is prescribed for people with anxiety, insomnia and epilepsy. So if you were for example a patient with ADHD and anxiety you may be prescribed Xanax and Adderall.
adderall is prescribed to adults to help them focus or stay calm, doctors may also prescribe it for weight loss
Adderall is prescribed to adults to help them focus or stay calm, doctors may also prescribe it for weight loss
i think it would depend on the individual.... if the ingredients in mucinex are safe to mix with adderall and whether or not you are actually prescribed adderall or using it recreational just my thoughts lol
To help with their ADD/ADHD