If you are suffering from narcolepsy or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), you might have been familiar with the drug, ‘Adderall’. It is usually used for controlling the levels of chemicals present in our brains; that are Norepinephrine and Dopamine. Adderall 30mg comprises of a mishmash of amphetamine and dextroamphetamine – two central nervous system stimulants affecting Norepinephrine and Dopamine (chemicals in the brain). It plays a huge role in controlling hyperactivity. Adderall works by raising the dopamine levels within the brain. Dopamine is considered the body’s “feel good” chemical and causes a pleasing effect. However, our body produces dopamine naturally, but certain drugs such as Adderall increase its level by producing it unnaturally, eventually making the patient happy and less impulsive. Moreover, Adderall 30mg also treats sleep disorder narcolepsy that can assist in keeping the patient stay awake throughout the day and ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder as a constituent of a complete treatment plan along with other social and psychological treatments. It is recommended not to use it to treat fatigue or to delay sleep in people who actually do not have any sleeping disorder. Furthermore, it elevates the capability of the patient to focus and reduce twiddling.
Dosage And Administration
As stated before, Adderall comprises two stimulants, i-e., Amphetamine, and Dextroamphetamine. It is available in a couple of forms: short acting and long acting. The shot acting one can usually last for 4 hours whereas the long-acting form can last for a whole day when taken in the morning. The capsules are made up of two sorts of beads, one of them (usually half of the whole capsule) dissolves right away showing the effects of one dose of the drug, while the second portion or type of beads are coated and do not dissolve in the blood till the right time for the second dose. Adderall’s long-acting version usually last for 10 to 12 hours.