Adderall Side Effects

Adderall Side EffectsAdderall is an ADHD drug that is prescribed to people who are believed to have an attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or narcolepsy. It has been known to cause sudden death, heart problems, stroke, mania, hallucinations, agitation, aggression, skin reactions and restricted blood flow.

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Below are some of the drug reactions and harmful side effects that have been reported and documented which are provided to help the public make informed and educated decisions.

There have been 1,152 reports of adverse reactions to the US FDA in connection with taking Adderall.

Here are the top 10 adverse reactions that have been reported.

  • Drug being ineffective
  • Headache
  • Insomnia
  • Abnormal behavior
  • Overdose
  • Depression
  • Psychotic disorder
  • Anxiety
  • Agitation

Some documented side effects of taking Adderall:

  • Aggression/hostility
  • Blistering/peeling skin
  • Difficulty breathing or swallowing
  • Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep
  • Hallucinations
  • Hives
  • Irregular heart
  • Mania
  • Motor tics/verbal tics
  • Nervousness
  • Restlessness
  • Seizures
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Slow or difficult speech

Side effects can persist for months or even years after getting off Adderall.

Below is a list of other common ADHD drugs and some of the drug reactions and harmful side effects that have been reported and documented which are provided to help the public make informed and educated decisions.

Click on one of the drugs listed below to find out more about the drug reactions and harmful side effects that have been reported and documented.

  • Concerta (7,473 reports of adverse reactions)
  • Metadate (7,473 reports of adverse reactions)
  • Provigil (1,357 reports of adverse reactions)
  • Ritalin (7,473 reports of adverse reactions)
  • Vyvanse (2,991 reports of adverse reactions)

If you or a loved one need help with getting off Adderall, please contact a Narconon Fresh Start drug rehab counselor today at 855-734-2223.