Adderall is a popular drug used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). It can also be abused as a way to get high and feel a rush of energy. Every day more people are prescribed this drug, and more people are abusing Adderall in ways that can destroy families and lives. Has Adderall created a pattern in your life? We can help.
Specialized Treatment for Adderall Dependency
Adderall, Ritalin, Focalin and other ADHD medications belong to a special class of drugs. These drugs have become especially popular among young people, as they are prescribed for students and professionals of all ages. Addiction is not age specific, as adults are prone to Adderall dependency. Our increasingly busy world calls for more productivity in less time than ever before.
The side effects of these drugs can damage your heart permanently and lead to unusual behavior, psychosis or mania. If you combine Adderall use with mental health concerns such as bipolar disorder, you can induce a dangerous mood state that could land you in real trouble or deadly situations. Adderall treatment needs to treat you as an individual while taking into account the specific side effects of this drug. Foundations Recovery Network offers targeted treatment to help each person overcome uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms and uncover the root causes behind Adderall abuse. Our specialized treatment plans work to help you learn more about Adderall dependency and how to live life sober and happy.
Using Adderall, Ritalin and Other Stimulants to Break Stronger Addictions
ADHD medications have become a popular method for many people to self-medicate stronger addictions to cocaine and methamphetamines. Many people believe that they can safely use these prescription medications as a drug replacement to help wean themselves off of speed and other illegal drugs. The truth is that Adderall and other ADHD medications are just as addictive as their illegal street drug cousins. Adderall can also cause similar dangerous side effects when used incorrectly. Before you use Adderall and other stimulants to break a stronger addiction, consider integrated treatment. Integrated treatment can get to the heart of your addiction and help you uncover and treat the underlying causes of addiction. Don’t trade one addiction in for another.
Ending Adderall Dependence and Addiction
If you would like to learn more about ending Adderall dependence and addiction, please call our toll-free helpline at (877) 345-3221. We are here to help and are available 24 hours a day. There is no wrong time to ask questions and explore recovery options. Please call now.