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What is a Common Adderall Dosage?

 

Adderall is available in pills with doses ranging from 2.5 milligrams to 30 milligrams. Since it is prescribed to both children and adults, age and body weight are factors that help to determine dosage amounts. The usual practice is to start low and work up to a dosage that works best for each patient. For children ages 3-5, 2.5 milligrams of Adderall once per day is a beginning point. Five milligrams of Adderall is a starting point for children above the age of six.

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Adults usually never receive initial Adderall doses above 40 milligrams per day and if the dose is at that level, it is often administered with four doses of 10 milligram pills taken every four to six hours. The highest Adderall level is 60 milligrams daily, which is an amount that can at times be used for narcolepsy patients.


When possible, the taking of Adderall should be suspended in order to determine if symptoms of ADHD or narcolepsy are still present. If not, the use of Adderall can be curtailed.

 

How to Use Adderall

 

Adderall is swallowed in pill form with water, usually first thing in the morning. If additional doses are prescribed, they should be taken four to six hours after the prior dose. Adderall should not be taken within six hours of bedtime, or getting to sleep may become difficult. Adderall should be taken precisely as it is prescribed by a physician.

 

Adderall Side Effects

 

Adderall can result in the following side effects that are less serious in nature: insomnia, increased anxiety, intensified fear, headaches, dizziness, an unpleasant taste in the mouth, dry mouth, constipation, diarrhea, weight loss, loss of appetite, loss of an interest in sex, impotence, or difficulty having an orgasm.


A sign of serious side effect that should bring about seeking a physician’s attention includes:

 

palpitations of the heart, increased blood pressure, severe headache, blurred vision, trouble concentrating, chest pain, numbness, a seizure, feeling light-headed, fainting, a fast or an uneven heartbeat, tremors, enhanced excitability, restlessness, a higher level of nervousness, hallucinations, unusual behavior and muscle twitches.


Nervous system changes can occur when a patient takes regular doses of Adderall. They can include a stroke, seizures, uncontrollable movements or quick sounds associated with Tourette Syndrome, headaches, tremors, depression, feeling unhappy, difficulty in performing normal movements of the limbs, feelings of joy, not able to sleep, dizziness, restlessness and overstimulation.
Some who take Adderall witness weight loss to the extent of anorexia, constipation, diarrhea, an unpleasant take in the mouth, or an extremely dry mouth. Children using Adderall for more than one year can witness a temporary decrease in growth. The final adult height is not affected by Adderall usage.


Chlorpromazine is known to block the effectiveness of Adderall. The usefulness of the following drugs is harmed by also taking Adderal: veratrum alkaloids; propoxyphene, also called Darvon, PP-Cap, Darvon-N, Darvocet A500, Darvocet-N 50, Darvocet-N 100, PC-CAP, Darvon Compound 32, Darvon Compound-65 and Propoxyphene Compound 65; phenytoin, that goes by the brand names of Phenytoin Sodium, Extended Release, Phenytek, Phenytoin Sodium and Dilantin; phenobarbital, also called Solfoton and Luminal; methenamine, which is also called Urex, Mandelamine and Hiprex; meperidine, that can also be called Meperitab and Demerol; lithium carbonate, with names such as Zabuyelite, Lithotabs Priadel, Lithonate, Lithobid, Lithizine, Lithane, Eskalith, Duralith, Cibalith-S, Carbolith and Dilithium carbonate; and ethosuximide, with brand names of Zarontin and Emeside.

 

Performance Enhancement Usage

 

Small amounts of Adderall are sometimes used to enhance memory tasks, making it a drug used by some college students. The problem with using a psychostimulant, such Adderall, is that besides enhancing the memory function, it boosts the performance of monotonous jobs, so that when it is used at a level which is too high, Adderall hinders memory and the mind’s ability to switch between different thoughts and actions.


Amphetamine, the key ingredient in Adderall, is used by athletes as a stimulant. Studies show that when taken at rates of 10 to 40 milligrams, Adderdall boosts endurance, stamina and strength. This is done by not allowing dopamine to be absorbed back into the brain. Also, amphetamine gives the body an easier tolerance for pain. A Nov. 28, 2012 USA Today article entitled, “Do Pro Sports Leagues have an Adderall Problem,” lists the drug as banned by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), the National Basketball Association (NBA), Major League Baseball (MLB), the National Football League (NFL) and the National Hockey League (NHL). There is no medical exemption allowed for using Adderall with the NHL.