Adderall

Adderall abuse has been increasing in recent years and if left unchecked, can lead to problems such as headaches, nausea, upset stomach, restlessness, increased heart rate, insomnia, breathing problems and more. Continued abuse may result in more severe problems such as seizures, paranoia, vision problems and weakness. Adderall overdose can lead to panic attacks, loss of consciousness, vertigo, and even coma. With this in mind, Into Treatment now provides detoxification services as well as help recovering physical and psychological health.

Adderall

Some of the more common alternate names people use for Adderall include:

  • Ritalin: A common street name used to refer to Adderall without attracting attention.
  • Speed: Because Adderall gives increased energy bursts and helps speed things up for the user, it gained the slang Speed.
  • Add: Just like other shorthand slangs used by Millennials, Add is the shorter version of Adderall.
  • Addy: Another slang for Adderall used to stay under the radar and keep things short and simple.
  • Amphetamine: Adderall’s chemical composition includes amphetamines, hence the slang.
  • Study Buddy: According to a study, as many as 6.4% of students in the US have used Adderall at least once to help them concentrate while studying. The term Study Buddy has therefore gained popularity among the younger crowd.
  • Study Aid: Similar to Study Buddy, this is another slang term used by students to refer to Adderall.
  • Blues: The blue colored pills gave rise to this popular slang for Adderall.
  • Vyvanse: Vyvanse is another brand name nervous system stimulant very similar in composition and functionality to Adderall but one that launched much later than Adderall.
Adderall Abuse
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