Support

How support groups and organizations can benefit an Adderall addict.

How Helping Others Can Boost Your Recovery from Adderall

How Helping Others Can Boost Your Recovery from Adderall

Adderall is a brand name mix of dextroamphetamine and amphetamine that doctors prescribe to enhance brain activity and treat conditions like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy. This stimulant drug causes nerve endings to release dopamine and norepinephrine and then limits their reabsorption back into the central nervous system. The increase in neurotransmitters...

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4 Ways to Support a Friend Recovering from Adderall Abuse

4 Ways to Support a Friend Recovering from Adderall Abuse

Recovering from Adderall addiction takes a lot of work and courage, but the support of friends can make a big difference. If you have a friend working through recovery, here are four ways you can help out. Discuss Addiction with a Recovering Addict Your friend’s recovery is probably not much like any recovery portrayed in movies or TV. It would be a mistake to assume anything about your...

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Importance of Peer Support in Adderall Abuse Recovery

Importance of Peer Support in Adderall Abuse Recovery

Adderall is an addictive stimulant often prescribed for the treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Adderall effectively treats the symptoms of ADHD when used according to a doctor’s orders. However, when misused, Adderall can quickly lead to a debilitating addiction. Overcoming habitual Adderall abuse is difficult, but having a network of positive support from peers can...

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Uniting as a Family to Overcome Adderall Addiction

Uniting as a Family to Overcome Adderall Addiction

Families are often negatively affected by addiction, specifically Adderall addiction. Because of this, family realtionships are often damaged, and families struggle to maintain healthy relationships. Due to the hardships they face because of addiction, families must remain strong and stand together. Families can have a major impact on addiction and recovery. They can provide both positive and...

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