ADHD and Prescription Diet Pill Medication
to Adderral, Ritalin, Concerta, or Vyvanse
It’s time to take control of your addition!
You may have started out with any one of these prescriptions to help you concentrate and focus because you may have been diagnosed with ADHD as a child.
Are you taking Amphetamines like Phentermine, Dexedrine, and Amphetamine Salts to lose weight and find you cant stop? You are addicted to losing weight and feel that if you stop taking the medication, you will become unattractive. Or maybe you cant stop because whenever you try, you become severely depressed.
But now you have noticed that your use has increased and your prescriptions are running out sooner than they used to and you feel that you need to start using higher and higher doses to get the same effect.
YOU ARE NOT ALONE!!
You may be asking yourself!
- Are you visiting several doctors to get multiple prescriptions for the same medication?
- Maybe you are taking the prescriptions in a different way than your doctor intended?
- – To lose weight?
- – To work longer shifts?
- – To fight depression?
- – To make you feel “Normal”?
- Are you having a hard time cutting down?
- Are you depressed and edgy when you don’t have your medication?
- Do you feel like you can’t live without your medication?
What you may not understand is that...
These prescription medications have the same medicinal effect as cocaine as a stimulant, and is some instances, can be much more addictive than cocaine.
These prescriptions medications have the same effect as many anti-depressant medications, and you may be taking them to self-medicate a depression problem you may not understand you have
You may have become addicted to these medications because they were the first medications you came across that worked for whatever you needed them to do!
It’s not your fault.
If you have the right genetics, the right circumstances, the right lifestyle, and the right timing, it is extremely easy to become addicted to them!
If you need help to stop these medications, you will most likely need medical assistance. When someone tries to stop taking stimulant prescription medications, they can experience a debilitating depression that may be too much to handle on their own.
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