Reflections - Definition of Addiction Types
Adderall is an addictive prescription stimulant with effects similar to cocaine. People regularly taking Adderall at unprescribed doses are at a high risk of becoming addicted. Adderall works by increasing dopamine levels in the brain. Dopamine, the body’s “feel good” chemical, creates a rewarding effect. Although dopamine occurs naturally, drugs like Adderall produce unnaturally high levels of it. This can cause users to come back for more.
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The brain of an addicted person is dependent on Adderall to stimulate alertness and productivity. Without Adderall, addicted people often feel tired and mentally foggy. These are symptoms of Adderall withdrawal, a strong sign of an addiction. Some people even fake the symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) to get their own prescription for the drug. This is how many people eventually become addicted to Adderall and soon prioritize the drug over everything else.
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