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Vyvanse is a stimulant of the amphetamine class that is used to treat ADHD. It is closely related to Adderall. Vyvanse is a schedule II controlled substance.
Strattera is a pseudostimulant used for the treatment of ADHD, since it has a much lower potential for abuse than amphetamines. It is not a member of the amphetamine class. It is not a scheduled controlled substance.
Strattera is classified as a non-stimulant drug, it is in the group of SNRIs - serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors, while Vyvanse is a stimulant belonging to amphetamines.
Strattera cannot make one feel 'high', so it really has a very low potential for abuse. But when used for treatment of ADHD, Strattera works slower than Vyvanse and other stimulants. To achieve the desired effects one may need several weeks.
On the other hand, it is said that effects of Strattera are more steady, and patients on Strattera can feel fine all day long, while Vyvanse only boosts their abilities for a short period after being taken.
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No. Taking amphetamine will decrease your appetite, and probably significantly. If I take 30mg of Adderall/Amphetamine in the morning, food is the last thing on my mind, and I often have to force myself to eat just to get vitamins and protein.
However, if you get addicted to the substance, one symptom of withdrawal is increased appetite.
Answer: Trust me, you'll live. Just don't accidently take 10x your recommended dose, that would be dangerous. You can skip your next dosage, if you want or just keep taking it when you're supposed too. It doesnt really matter, but I usually skip a day if I take more than I should. NOTE: You should just stick to your prescribed dosage. And because Adderall is a controlled substance, you can only get one prescription re-fill per month. So if I take more I skip a day mainly because I'll have one less dose that month anyways. Thats math for you. So basically there's no need to worry, even though I bet it felt weird since you took double your regular dosage. :) hope this helps.****
You would be high as hell for the rest of the day
if your body is able to handle the caffeine, if your sensitive to caffeine then I would not mix them because you could have heart arythmias, and raise your blood pressure
No! It`s better to swallow because he gradually releases the active substances.
A dose of 15mb M. Amphet Salts will last varying amounts of time depending on who is receiving the dose. The dose will last longer in a smaller person than in a larger person.
Yes. Suboxone is an opiate, a downer, and amphetamines (aka speed) are an upper. So the speed will get rid of the sleepiness that Suboxone causes, and the Suboxone will get rid of the jittery feeling the speed causes. However, taking both downers and uppers at the same time is bad for your heart, so be very careful not to take too much of either drug.
The answer is definitely "yes." Your brain actually develops a tolerance to Adderall by creating more receptors. Once you develop a tolerance, the Adderall becomes less and less effective. You can overcome the tolerance temporarily by increasing the dose but, in time, your brain will also develop a tolerance to the new dose.
The most frequently used central nervous system stimulant is caffeine and it is most known around the world as the drug in coffee and tea. The most prescribed CNS would be methylphenidate, commonly known as the brand-name stimulant Ritalin.
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AddTabz Solves Adderall Shortage Feb, 12 , 2012by Lawrence Williams Adderall Drug Shortage Will Continue in 2012, Government Officials Say
A contentious relationship between drug manufacturers and the Drug Enforcement Agency may cause a continuing shortage of the attention deficit medication Adderall, which the FDA just added to its official drug shortages list, the New York Times reported.
As of 2007, about 9.5 percent, or 5.4 million, of school-aged children were diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyper Disorder, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Adderall prescriptions went up 13.4 percent from 2009 to 2010, and more than 18 million prescriptions were written for the drug, Reuters reported.
As demand for the drug grows, more and more patients have found the medication is out of stock at local pharmacies.
Experts say it's difficult to say where the reason for drug shortage lies. To manage controlled substances that can potentially be abused, the DEA sets manufacturing quotas for drug ingredients each year to control supplies like Adderall. But Adderall drug manufacturers, which include Shire Plc and Novartis, Teva and CorePharma LLC, say they cannot meet the growing demand for the product without looser limits from the DEA. The DEA questions whether there is actually a shortage of generic supplies, which are at an especially low supply, or whether the drug companies want to sell more of the expensive brand-name drugs.
Despite the growing demand, Special Agent Gary Boggs of the DEA's office of diversion control told the New York Times, "We believe there is plenty of supply."
Barbara Carreno, a DEA spokeswoman, told Reuters that hundreds of drugs that do not require a DEA quota, and those shortages are not caused by quota limits, but marketing ploys by drug makers.
"Any shortage of these products is therefore a result of decisions made by industry regarding manufacturing or distribution," Carreno told Reuters.
But a Teva spokesperson told Reuters, "Our production facilities are currently running at maximum capacity for Adderall utilizing all available API (the drug's active pharmaceutical ingredient). The catalyst for the problem is the quota system, not the business."
The addition of Adderall to the FDA drug shortage list comes on the heels of an executive order to ease drug shortages that Obama signed in October.
"The shortage of prescription drugs drives up costs, leaves consumers vulnerable to price gouging and threatens our health and safety," Obama said in a statement at the time. "This is a problem we can't wait to fix. That's why today, I am directing my administration to take steps to protect consumers from drug shortages, and I'm committed to working with Congress and industry to keep tackling this problem going forward."This article was published on .
It depends on what you mean by "better".
They're both the same strength; +/- up to 20% in the active ingredients depending on which state you live in. Ask your local pharmacist if you live in the United States what your state laws regarding generics vs. name brand differences are in your state.
It also depends on the person. Age, weight, tolerance, general health, any previous mental or physical condition, and the actual reason for use play a factor in why some MDs Rx the IR (instant release) version instead of the XR (controlled release).
There are only minor differences between XR (extended release) and IR (instant release). The main one being that in the XR version, 1/2 of the tablets active ingredients will be released immediately and the other half will be released over time (4 hours later to be specific) via time-released technology in bead form using the Mictrotrol delivery system. 1 Maximum blood plasma concentration of the active ingredients with the XR version is typically achieved at 7 hours, while the IR version's plasma concentration is achieved at approximately 4 hours. (This, like all medications, is not standard, and depends on the person. I.e., all medications and their side-effects/plasma concentration true half-lives and a plethora of other factors are on a case by case basis per person).
Age-wise, an MD would be more likely to Rx children the XR version for a few reasons: Children metabolize Adderall faster 2, so they won't need to go to the nurse's office at school mid-day. (This could create stigma.) Children are also less likely to suffer from insomnia caused by the XR version's longer half-life than adults would.
At the moment, Adderall (in either version) is only legal in the United States. Canada made Adderall a schedule I drug/medication, which means it can be used for research purposes only/not prescribed. Adderall IR is only approved for narcolepsy and ADHD, while Adderall XR is not approved for narcolepsy . This does not mean that MDs cannot prescribe either/or for off-label reasons (treatment resistant depression; sleep cycle disorders), or to negate side effects on a case by case basis. For example, a 12 year old child could easily suffer from insomnia, so the IR version might be given instead of the XR version. Some adult patients with ADHD feel that there is more of a "crash/comedown" with the IR version, so they might try the XR version instead, whereas the majority of people with narcolepsy would not notice this crash/come down side effect with the IR version of Adderall.
Regarding your specific question, 30 mgs of Adderall is not such a low dose in either IR or XR version, considering that the suggested prescribing guidelines regarding dose is 20-40 mgs in adults with ADHD, and 20-60 in adults with Narcolepsy. Those are also not typical starting/beginner dosages.
If you ask this question out of recreational- use behaviors and curiosity, it is advised to let it be known that Adderall is a Schedule II medication in the United States for a reason. Adderall is made up of 4 stimulating "salts" in equal ratio (racemic amphetamine aspartate monohydrate, racemic amphetamine sulfate, dextroamphetaminesaccharide, and dextroamphetamine sulfate). A patient who has ADHD and/or Narcolepsy is unlikely to benefit from any "high" with this medication so they would clearly be at less of a risk for abuse, over-use and dependence than recreational users. Therefor, it has met the FDA's guidelines for being a Schedule II medication, and as such, should be used with precaution and under a medical doctor's supervision:
1 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_release_technology and http://diyhpl.us/~bryan/papers2/adderall.txt
It depends on what urine is being tested for. Ritalin is detected in a intense Urine testing stage. For example The military does a full urine test of all drugs including Ritalin and Adderall to see if you are using it illegally or you are currently taking it just in case you did not reveal to your military personnel that you are taking it.
So overall yes it can be detected in urine but depends on how far the person conducting the test will detect the Ritalin at. This will cost more to perform since an overdose of Ritalin will not be detected still since it will be below the 450 count limit because Ritalin is not a strong control subsistance to detect compare to crack or cocaine. But don't get my wrong. I've passed just fine on most jobs. Also it depends how fast your body gets rid of it during the day so that's another reason why it can't be detected in the common urine tests today.
Some jobs do use new technology to detect Ritalin without going further into testing but this is not used much due to being a controversial issue of violating your medical rights to use it since it is against the Equal Rights act of your ADD Disability to use Ritalin if your prescribed to use it and they determine that you are using it or abusing it. So this is why it hasn't been showing up on your urine test radar levels.
So overall the answer is yes it can be detected but not in most common urine testing except for military drug testing and mostly intense testing for people who are on probation, which I was told that it doesnt get detected on that either.
This is probably the best answer because its actually a 75/25 chance to detect it depending on what your getting tested for. Mostly for most common things, I say no but with military testing and others I have to say yes since I've seen people get discharged due to abusing Ritalin while not be on it.
Military it will be detected at 100% and most job places are actually not be able to detect it unless they perform further testing or have new urine testing technology to detect it.
So In technical terms yes it can be detected. Common terms No. So 75% no 25% yes
With almost every insurance company, the max dose is 60 mg daily. I don't know EVERY insurance policy out there, but more than 60 mg would be hard to get, and really expensive i imagine. in my experience, my doc said he could only prescribe 60 mg a day. Sad :(
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A potentially lethal amount. methylphenidate is a stimulant, not a hallucinogen. If you want a stimulant experience with hallucinations I suggest doing some research on dextromethorphan if you haven't already. Though judging by the fact that you know what methylphenidat is, you probably know all about DXM.
No! Never cut a tablet labeled XR in half it is an extended release tablet made to be slowly broken down by the body. If you break it in half you will receive to much medication at a time. Talk to you doctor about lowering you dosage or about taking the 20mg every other day.
No, they do not. I have ADHD myself. & i just went to the doctors & got tested & then got it.
This is a rather broad question. I have in my medicine cabinet a perfectly legal pain killer that was prescribed for me, which contains codeine, which is a type of opiate. Actually, any opiate is legal if it is medically prescribed, although some are prescribed more freely than others. If you are using opiates for recreational purposes rather than for medical purposes, that is illegal, but again, the penalties vary quite a bit depending upon three factors: what kind of opiate is it, how much of it do you have, and in what legal jurisdiction were you caught. There is a huge difference between having some drugs for your personal use, and having drugs that you are in the business of selling on the black market. Penalties vary tremendously.