You started Adderall to take control of your grades, your work, your life. So, why does it feel like Adderall is controlling you? If you’re tired of answering the call of addiction, contact us at Nexstep Medical Detox in Orem, UT just outside of Salt Lake.
When’s The Last Time You Felt Like Yourself?
That feeling when your dose wears off has a name. An Adderall crash. Have you ever heard of a crash that didn’t hurt? At first, you might take your next pill to chase away the fog, the fatigue or the sadness. Soon enough, it just won’t be enough.
As your tolerance for this amphetamine increases, it often stops working the same way. Adderall addiction makes you feel like you can’t function when you’re not taking the drug. It also stops delivering the benefits you thought you’d signed up for when you started it.
You take a pill to feel better and do better, and then somehow you don’t feel any better, and you stop doing what you used to. What do you call your addiction?
- Black Beauties
- Study Buddies
- Smart Pills
- Pep Pills
Is Adderall Addiction Dangerous?
Many people start taking Adderall or Adderall XR in college under pressure to keep up with the demands of work or school. Everyone else is doing it and it’s so easy to get, so how can it be dangerous?
Dextroamphetamine’s functions in the body are similar to those of cocaine. This highly addictive stimulant can either skyrocket you to an overdose or leave you so low that depression and suicidal thoughts start to take over.
Withdrawals. A Scary Road To Relapse.
Believe it or not, it’s not easy to quit Adderall cold turkey. If you were prescribed this medication for ADD or ADHD, those symptoms might start to reappear. Other scary, uncomfortable or life-disrupting withdrawals also come along.
Shortly after trying to stop Adderall on your own is the most common time for relapse which can also lead to overdose.
- Difficulty Concentrating
- Suicidal Thoughts
- Stomach Cramps
- Intense Hunger
- Panic Attacks
Waiting Will Only Make It Harder
It may seem tempting to put off detox. Waiting only brings you farther into the clasps of addiction, can increase withdrawal symptoms the longer you use, and prolongs your recovery time in the end.
There’s no reason to wait to get better.
How Can Medical Detox Help?
Medical Detox puts the safety and security of medical care by those experienced with addiction on your side. We know what you’re going through and how to help make this first step towards recovery as comfortable as possible. We want you to succeed.
- Transportation From The Airport For Out-Of-State Guests
- Easy Transition To Rehab, In-Patient Or Out-Patient Care
- Financing & Insurance Options To Help You Get Care Now
- Daily Medical Checks With A Caring Provider
- Nursing Care Available 24/7
- Personalized Detox Plans
Without a full treatment plan in place, starting with professionally monitored detox and ending in an ongoing recovery program, many people will relapse even months after trying to quit Adderall on their own.
Don’t let this be you. Take advantage of our knowledge and care and move onto your next step to a successful, long-term recovery.
Get Help. Get Safe. Get Free.
Call now to start your intake assessment and make the first move away from addiction to Adderall. When Nexstep Medical Detox is in your corner, you can get this drug out of your system safely and successfully with medically-assisted Adderall detox.
Contact us in Orem today. We can pick you up at the Salt Lake City airport from anywhere nationwide. You don’t have to live in UT to get the help you need.