I've been clean of painkillers (mostly due to surgeries) almost 2 years now. Now I'm addicted to my Adderall 30 mg. I used to take it as directed, once daily, but last few months taking it more. I have only5 pills left until my renewed prescription next month. Does anyone know about the withdrawal symptoms from this? Is it worse than coming off vicodin or better? I have clonazepam 1mg which I rarely ever take. I have plenty refills for that. Was told that the clonazepam would greatly help. Is this true? I'm almost 66, widowed, lonely and I think that's why I turned to the Adderall. Gives me more energy and a little euphoria. Guess I have an addictive nature. Could someone out there help me? I can;t stand to feel so all alone. Thanks
Prolonged high doses of amphetamines followed by an abrupt cessation can result in extreme fatigue and mental depression. Chronic abuse of amphetamines can result in the manifestation of amphetamine psychosis.
I found this when i googled Adderall. Please talk with your doctor and tell him what is going on. We want you to be safe~~~~sara
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