Drugs and Alcohol

Research and articles on combining adderall with other drugs and alcohol.

Morphine Addiction in Veterans

Morphine Addiction in Veterans

From heroin to painkillers, all narcotics are made with natural compounds from poppy plants. Pharmaceutical companies use various alkaloids to make different pain medications (e.g., codeine for hydrocodone and fentanyl for oxycodone), but morphine is the most abundant compound in opium. In fact, the World Health Organization calls morphine the gold standard for pain relief, and its use in US...

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The Difference Between Being Drunk and Being High on Adderall

The Difference Between Being Drunk and Being High on Adderall

Being under the influence of alcohol or Adderall can often cause similar symptoms and determining the difference between the two can be difficult. A major difference between alcohol and Adderall is that alcohol is a central nervous system (CNS) depressant while Adderall is a stimulant. This means that alcohol will generally slow a person down while Adderall will speed a person up. Some of the...

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The Dangerous Mix of Party Drugs and Adderall

The Dangerous Mix of Party Drugs and Adderall

By mixing dangerous party drugs with Adderall, users are placing themselves and others around them in danger both during the time of use and once withdrawal starts to occur. Not only is this dangerous for others but the user can experience harsh side effects physically, mentally and legally. How Do Party Drugs Interact with Adderall? Each drug affects each user differently. Some users may...

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Is It Bad to Mix Adderall with Other Drugs?

Is It Bad to Mix Adderall with Other Drugs?

Anytime people abuse drugs, they take a risk of danger. Adderall, a prescription stimulant, is widely abused both as a work and study aid, and for its euphoric effects. People may take other drugs alongside Adderall to amplify its effects, provide novel experiences or to ease the discomfort of coming off of other drugs. Indeed, various drug combinations involving Adderall are common, but each one...

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Dangers of Combining Marijuana and Adderall

When compared with illegal drugs such as cocaine and heroin, it can be easy to underestimate how dangerous marijuana can be. Recreational drug users often view the drug as harmless, but it has many devastating side effects when used alone. Mixing it with other drugs like Adderall can significantly increase risks. Do not jeopardize your life by taking these drugs in conjunction. Learn how they can...

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Adderall Abuse and Drug Interactions

Adderall Abuse and Drug Interactions

The act of mixing Adderall with other drugs is gaining national attention in response to a number of overdoses, emergency situations and deaths. Recreational drug abusers frequently mix or combine different drugs and alcohol to increase the high or intensify the drug’s side effects. Sadly, many drug interactions occur unintentionally because the user was unaware of the possible dangers from...

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Dangers of Mixing Adderall with Alcohol and Other Drugs

Adderall is a psychostimulant composed of amphetamine and dextroamphetamine. It is primarily used to treat ADHD and narcolepsy and works by increasing the dopamine level in the brain. What Are the Dangers Of Mixing Adderall with Alcohol? Adderall functions by sharpening a person’s awareness and focus. This is why it is common for the drug to be used by college students to stay awake for writing...

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