NIDA also cites several studies which have identified the association between prescription drug misuse and higher rates of cigarette smoking, alcohol use, marijuana use, cocaine use, and the use of other illicit drug use among U.S. adolescents, young adults, and college students.
Adderall seems to make more neurotransmitters available in the brain, which increases communication and activity.
While stimulants have the potential for addiction, when used properly and monitored in coordination with a physician, there is minimum to no likelihood of becoming addicted to Adderall. It’s function, when used as directed, assists brain neurons in operating normally. When misused or used by individuals without a prescription, Adderall as with any other stimulant can be addictive.
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