Adderall 5 mg is the lightest dose of Adderall used to treat Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. It is available in white color of round shape with a flat-faced beveled edge. Also embossed with “5” on the front side and the other side has “AD” on it.
Do you feel less active unlike your friends and you prefer to stay at home rather than going out?
When you plan to study you pick elements to stay focused but you get distracted easily?
Your friends score better in exams but you struggle with your own fights?
Your mind wants to study but unable to draw all your concentration?
Also, your body is always tired and wants to sleep?
These are the systems of ADHD that parents usually do not notice and bother for their child. ADHD is not a shame it is a common mental disorder among children and teenagers. Many children of 12 years to 15 years are diagnosed with ADHD. There are proper clinical tests available to claim a person has ADHD or sleep disorder.
Well, we know that medicine works wonderfully and quickly on a human body but they always come with a set of side-effects.
Long term adverse effects of Adderall 5 mg:
Anyone using Adderall 5mg for a long term gets through numerous effects of Adderall 5mg. Long term effects include loss of appetite, insomnia (lack of sleep), dry mouth, dehydration, nausea, fatigue, skin problems, heart damages, slow body growth, and total dependency.
Is Adderall mixable with other medicine?
Usually, doctors recommend Adderall 50mg alone to the patients. But, it depends on a health condition, age, gender and other diseases. Due to its changes in a phycological, psychological part of the body it is mandatory to control its reversible actions. So, doctor interact Adderall with other medicine like:
Ascorbic acid, acidifying agents to control the blood pressure level after Adderall intake.
Tricyclic Antidepressants: To prevent dependency and insomnia.
Proton Pump Inhibitors
Drug/Laboratory Test Interactions
Token of Advice:
Any medicine intake with Adderall must follow the prescription made by your doctor.