Adderall Water, Does Adderall Dehydrate you and How to Eat on Adderall?
Adderall water depletion is a serious problem among users who take the drug. Because Adderall is a stimulant medication, it can severely dehydrate its users, and can cause some serious side effects. Throughout this article we will go into details on Adderall water problems, however it is mostly promotion for my new upcoming memoir about Adderall. Enjoy! Other common nootropics that need water are Adrafinil and Fladrafinil. Subscribe for a free sample of nootropics (a great Adderall Alternative) worth over $50.00!
Adderall Water Depletion and The Dangers, An Excerpt from the Book
I was going after the drug, finally in a way that was both more socially acceptable, and it all became clear, I could visualize it all in my tweaked out mind. I was going to get straight A’s, have a bright future, go to college, and have a decent social life. Since Adderall, my self confidence had improved, and I was able to accomplish and excel at things I never thought I would. I had never had fun doing math homework before, or taking a four hour exam, and especially not cleaning my entire room in one sitting. I took a pill out of my stash and swallowed it, leaving me with only another three, and nerves in my gut of what was about to happen.
“Bradley!” My mother knocked loudly several times while I tried to find the shirt I had thrown on the ground in the middle of the night, and rolled back and forth in a desperate attempt to find warmth, and wait for the drug to fully kick in. “Honey, I hate to tell you this” she said “but you know your father, and I know what I said, but for both our sakes, let’s not tell him about any of this” she said. I was now just beginning to get out of bed and said in reply “right, so what do we tell him when he asks about the bottle of pills and when my ADD’s just suddenly cured out of the blue?” I asked. “Vitamins” she said. “Oh right” I said while yawning “the natural remedy thing” I said. “That’s what they’re going to be, hopefully” said my mother. “What!” I said, slamming my fist on the mattress “Yeah um, I was reading some of the side effects of the drugs online again” she said “and I’m going to push your pediatrician Dr. Smith for a more natural alternative.”
Is Adderall Water Depletion a Serious Problem?
I knew I was stuck with my mother’s opinion, but tried to shake off the worry and remind myself about the positives, I had finally gotten a doctor’s appointment, and all I had to hope was that Dr. Smith was in a lenient, and pill pushing mood.
We drove to the appointment, and after nearly half an hour of waiting, finally the nurse opened the door and called out my name. “Bradley” she read off the paper, tensing her eyes and trying to sound rather confident in her rash pronunciation, only managing to read the y in a way that I had grown accustomed to over the years. “It’s Bradley” I said, pronouncing it correctly like Bradley. “Well, Bradley, why don’t you step on the scale for me please” she said. Immediately a nerve came over me, and I tried to tense my muscles, putting as much weight down on the scale as possible. “One hundred twenty-nine pounds for weight and seventy-four inches for height” I almost panicked and wondered how I could let myself get that low. Was it noticeable? I asked myself, do my parents or the doctor’s know what’s going on.
I tried desperately to shake the negative thoughts from my head and focus on what was really important here, gaining a steady supply of a stimulant drug as to keep up both my grades, and appearances with my parents. “Well alright, let’s take your temperature and then your blood pressure really quick” the nurse added, in what I could tell was in a nonchalant and routine manner. The nurse took my blood pressure then dragged an electronic thermometer across my head, causing me to wonder if I had gotten run down enough to the point of having to endure another fever, only to be masked by my constant amphetamine high. “Whoa, your temperature’s a 102, you feeling okay” she asked. I knew if I didn’t lie at this point, my attention problems may not be seen as being related to my ADD “yeah I’m fine,” I said to the nurse, who smirked at my response. “Maybe it’s the jacket” she said “why don’t you take it off and I’ll take your temperature again after the appointment.” I gave a nod and tried to smile at my mother, helping to ease her apprehension and whatever anxiety I may’ve had left inside of me. “In any case, the doctor will see you in a few minutes” concluded the nurse, leaving the room with a loud slam of the door that normally would’ve made me jump.
Staying Hydrated and Avoiding Adderall Water Depletion
My mother already seemed more nervous than usual, more so than me even as I kicked my legs rapidly back and forth in an effort to make it seem like my “ADD” was acting up. “Maybe it was the fever that’s causing your attention problem and it’s something we don’t know about. Now I’m really scared” she said. “Calm down” I said “you’re just overreacting, the fever was from the jacket, and everything’s going to be fine.” The door opened and the doctor walked in just as I was finishing my sentence “okay how’s everything going!” From the tone of his voice I would’ve thought he was on ADHD medication himself “um everything’s going fine, how about you?” He looked at me and raised one eyebrow “well everything’s not fine, because otherwise you wouldn’t be here right?” He said. “I guess” I said with a chuckle, trying to play into his humor “yeah” I told him. “Okay so in that case, what seems to be the problem?”
Immediately I remembered what I had rehearsed, and executed it almost flawlessly. “Well I was hoping you could tell me whether or not I was right” I said. “I’ve been a little hyperactive ever since I was a little kid, and lately it’s been so hard to get work done. Ever since my classes have gotten to a certain level, it’s been impossible to just sit down and concentrate on something. My mother and I have been researching it online and we feel it’s ADD.” The doctor seemed to go along with my plea, and it seemed as if no suspicion at all had risen that I was exhibiting intense drug seeking behavior.
Avoiding Adderall Water OverUse
The doctor again nodded before asking “how long have these symptoms been present? My mother and I exchanged glances and I responded accordingly. “Most heavily in the last nine months but” (I had read online that doctors don’t declare ADD or ADHD unless symptoms have been present for at least eight months) my mother finished my sentence for me “but from what I can tell he’s pretty much been exhibiting traits of ADD his entire life.” I tried to resist chuckling, but found it exceptionally hard considering my mother was more or less promoting my drug addiction for me. “Yeah, pretty much” I replied to my mother’s statement.
Adderall Water Intake Benefits and How it Energizes the User
He looked at me and asked “well, do you think you need medication?” I blushed, I actually hadn’t expected so simple of a question. “I think it would help” my mother jumped in “but we were looking into exploring a natural alternative.” I bit my lip and tried to control myself from becoming too infuriated. Then, I remembered. I remembered that doctors push these drugs so heavily and so easily, that even the most anti-drug savvy professional would dish the drug out like skittles. “As far as natural alternatives there’s really nothing that works. The only actual treatment is psychotherapy and it takes years to complete, not to mention it only partially alleviates the symptoms” he replied. He also told me Adderall water depletion is a serious problem whilst using the drug.
I couldn’t tell if the appointment was headed in the right direction, and by this point, decided it was best to take my own course of action. “I mean, what would you say is the best remedy for treatment?” I asked, trying to remain as strictly professional as possible. “Ritalin” he said. Wow, that simple, I thought to myself, chuckling at the ease of it. “Actually” my mother interrupted “my son and I were looking into the Ritalin one, and we realized that the side effects were terrible.” he gave a shocked and confused look, and in an attempt to clarify what she meant and move the appointment along, I jumped in once again. “The dosage seemed really high too” I added. “Don’t worry about the dosages, they’re different for every medication” he said. “I know” I replied “but my mother and I were looking into the Adderan one as the safest alternative” I added, trying to seem rather naïve on the subject “yeah, the Adderan seemed the best” I said. “It’s Adderall” he responded “and I’ll give you Adderall if that’s what you want, it’s just, the Ritalin works better, in my opinion at least” he said. Just make sure when you take Adderall you don’t let Adderall water intake hurt your effects.
Adderall Water Dosages
All the attention was directed on me at this point, and I searched my stimulated brain for a decent, non drug seeing answer, pressed with such a desirable and nerve wrecking question. “No, no, you’re a doctor, not me” I said, trying not to sound knowledgeable by any means on the subject. I tried to laugh off the anxiety “whatever you think is the best medication” I said. Suddenly his eyes lit up, as he punched my answers to his generalized questions in his computer “actually you know what’s really best? Focalin!” His childish nature actually began to annoy me, and I craved finally getting my prescription and being done with it all. “Alright then” I said “I guess I’ll go with that.” He also told me that Adderall water intake and regulation is very important with the drug.
He nodded, and my mother proceeded to ask even more questions about the drug as he punched the results of what medication to give me into the computer. Her seemingly endless questions centered on how kids with this “disease” (as she exaggerated it) can manage on their own. For ten minutes, the doctor told his own story about how he got through college without medication for his ADD, and even told a ridiculous story about how he jumped out of a window to avoid getting a shot because he was afraid of needles. I worried that my mother may’ve been having second thoughts about the prescription, and I pushed the conversation towards a conclusion as fast as I could.
Final Thoughts on Adderall Water Intake
Finally, he was shaking my hand goodbye, and I was opening the door on my way out of the room. On the way out and walking down the hallway however, a somewhat familiar female voice caught my attention “wait up” she said “I’ve got to take your temperature again.” I was a little one edge that I had gotten stuck with one of the nurses who actually cared about their patients well being and that was actually willing to recheck my temperature just for the sake of my health. “101.4” she read off the thermometer. And you’re absolutely sure you’re feeling okay” she said. My heart was racing, and I could feel it beating through my cheek bones “yeah of course” I said. he walked by us across the hallway, giving an awkward smile as he passed us “I told you you’ve got to get a new one of those things” he said “they’re always breaking.” Always remember that enough Adderall Water intake is important.
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