Relapse

Research and articles on what happens if you have an Adderall Relapse.

The Risk of Relapsing on Adderall after Recovery from a Severe Addiction

The Risk of Relapsing on Adderall after Recovery from a Severe Addiction

Staying in recovery from a severe Adderall addiction can be difficult as it is a powerful and controlling substance. The amphetamine in Adderall hijacks the pathways in parts of the brain and constantly sends out messages that it is craving the substance. These cravings can continue long into recovery, making it hard for recovering addicts to abstain unless they are always on guard. The risks of...

Read More

Five Potential Adderall Relapse Triggers

Adderall is a drug used to treat ADHD. While it can be a helpful drug for some, it also has a high abuse potential. Individuals who struggle with Adderall abuse and addiction will have a hard time getting clean, and staying clean may be an even greater challenge. Remaining Adderall-free becomes easier if you know what triggers, situations and actions to avoid. Lack of Sleep as an Adderall...

Read More

Did I Ruin My Recovery from Adderall Addiction by Relapsing?

Adderall addiction can be a very tough problem to overcome. Since addictions are a lifestyle and not just a hobby, figuring out how to change around your lifestyle for the better and remove Adderall can be extremely difficult. Even after finding the right help and treatment, some people have difficulty returning to their homes and staying sober. However, it’s important for you to know that just...

Read More

Adderall Relapse

Adderall relapse

Adderall is a popular stimulant amphetamine drug used in the United States to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy. Adderall (generic names amphetamine and dextroamphetamine; closely related to Ritalin) is often abused and is highly addictive. Some people even call Adderall “steroids for the brain” because it keeps the user alert and hyperactive for several...

Read More