i have been abusing adderall for the last year.i dont know how to just quit.i am taking over120mg or more. my husband says i am not the same.i need help desperately. what kind of withdrawls will i have
Well - you are taking about 3 times the dose that is used normally. Might want to drop that gradually to avoid severe depression. You dont really have classic w/d's from adderal. Main symptoms are fatigue and depression. It is eliminated by the body in around 10-12 hours ..... acidity and alkalinity affect elimination. Drinking grapefruit juice would probably speed up elimination through urine. You might want to use the amino 5-HTP for awhile. Or SAMe... You are likely way too concerned about the withdrawals and and not concerned enough about the habit. This can be done. See a doc if you feel the need for an anti-depressant.... and remember that you need to do this. It can be done.
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