It is recommended one that abuses Adderall does not stop cold turkey, but rather slowly decrease their use over time. This will soften the withdrawal symptoms while helping the brain adjust to the real world and not depend on Adderall to provide its chemicals as much.
There are two phases to Adderall recovery: withdrawal and crash. During the Adderall crash, like many substances, you will experiences feelings the complete opposite of the ones that Adderall grants. This includes anxiety, fatigue, depression and even intense dreams and sleep disturbances. The crash typically happens when Adderall leaves your system.
Adderall withdrawal is similar to the crash, but it lasts days longer and its symptoms intensify. Intense mood swings, cravings, physical pain and even paranoia can come as a result.
It’s recommended to begin Adderall treatment with supervised detox, especially if one has a long history of use. Adderall withdrawal has been known to cause strokes and cardiovascular issues, and the intense withdrawal effects may cause someone to act out dangerously. During Adderall detox, the patient will be kept in a relaxing and peaceful environment and be set up with a healthy diet. This is to reduce the more intense symptoms of withdrawal as much as possible.
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