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Snorting Adderall: What It Does To You

In this busy day and age, employers, universities and friends place a high value on productivity, efficiency and alertness.

Because of this, it can be tempting to turn to stimulants in order to heighten your natural abilities.

But there is a big difference between drinking a cup of coffee or two to jumpstart your day… and snorting a prescription medication like Adderall, a powerful amphetamine.

According to a 2012 article in The New York Times, Adderall abuse has become a huge problem among high school and college students who are willing to sacrifice their health in order to get a competitive edge in their studies.

What’s even more disturbing is that some parents are willing to support their children and even ask them to take these drugs, if that means that their children can earn better grades and consequently qualify for more prestigious universities across the country.

If you are already snorting Adderall and you are thinking of the negative side effects on your body… or you if are considering doing that, you have landed on the right page.

At the end of this page, you can ask your own questions about snorting Adderall or leave a comment with your own experience with this drug.

Continue reading to understand how snorting Adderall affects your body and how you can minimize the negative side effects on your health.


How I Knew I Was Ready to Quit Adderall

3 signs you are ready to quit adderall

My Adderall Addiction Symptoms

Dunno about you, but back when I was abusing Adderall, I often had the feeling that something was off about my life. That I wasn’t really being my true self.

Now that I look back on it, the signs were clear that not only did my body want me to quit Adderall, my inner self wanted me to, as well.

Do you share any of my Adderall addiction symptoms listed below? If so, you may want to think about quitting Adderall for good.

Facts About Adderall

What Is Adderall?

adderall dosage pill size chartAdderall is the brand name given to a prescription drug most commonly used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and ADD in children and adults.

The active ingredients in Adderall include the salts of two well-known psycho-stimulants, amphetamine and dextroamphetamine.

Adderall is a central nervous system stimulant, along with other types of amphetamines including methamphetamine (‘crystal meth’). The drug works by increasing the level of dopamine in the brain, which helps people suffering from ADHD calm down and maintain focus on their environment and/or their task at-hand.

This 3-minute video explains where Adderall came from and what it does to your body:

There are two forms of the drug sold today: (more…)

8 Unmistakable Signs of Adderall Addiction

“The Truth About My Adderall Addiction”

Last December, Ruthie Freidlander wrote an excellent autobiographical article for Elle magazine that explained how an Adderall addiction crept up on her and eventually consumed her life.

Here’s how Ms. Friedlander explains the thought process that led to her full-on addiction:


Adderall Side Effects For People Who Don’t Need It

Is Adderall Safe For People Who Don’t Need to Take It?

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If you don’t really need to take it, Adderall side effects can be very serious, because it is technically an amphetamine, a dangerous type of drug for anyone to abuse.

Although very rare, an overdose of Adderall can cause cardiac issues, stroke and death. (more…)

How To Quit Adderall For Good

how to quit adderall - Recovery From Adderall Addiction

Whether you wean yourself off slowly or quit Adderall cold-turkey, it is absolutely possible to return to your old, sober self with the right help.

While it’s never easy, it could be the best decision you ever make.

This article explain how to quit Adderall safely and permanently, using resources and support networks that are widely available today. (more…)