Adderall is a commonly prescribed to treat ADHD and narcolepsy. Without a prescription, Adderall is Scheduled II controlled substance under the Controlled Substances Act. Adderall addiction is commonly a problem in workplaces and on college campuses throughout the country. Adderall addiction is comparable to cocaine addiction. If you or a loved one are suffering from Adderall addiction, give The View a call at (877) 310-4343 to get help today.
Adderall Addiction on College Campuses
According to the 2009 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, college students had a growing problem with Adderall addiction. Individuals abusing Adderall were three times as likely to use marijuana, eight times more likely to use cocaine, and alcohol abuse was also a common trend. Many college students with access to Adderall get it through a friend that has a prescription.
Adderall, used nonmedically, is associated with the following risks:
- Heart Attack
- Psychosis and Aggressive Behavior
Adderall abuse also can cause other issues. Some users report a condition that is similar to Raynaud's syndrome.
Like other amphetamines, Adderall withdrawal happens within 24 hours of a person's last dose. With high-dose abusers, 88% of people experience extreme withdrawal. Symptoms include drug craving, depression, fatigue, and an increased appetite. Adderall withdrawal typically can last as long as three to four weeks.
Adderall Addiction Treatment at The View
The View is a luxury detox and rehab center located in Los Angeles. Our core services include individual therapy, group psychotherapy, and stress reduction groups. Other adjunct programs include massage, meditation, and yoga. Our facilities, programs, and highly trained staff help create a safe and comfortable environment for clients to overcome their addiction.
We also offer other services for clients to help them along with their recovery. CBT and DBT are treatment options that help clients address cravings and learn new behaviors to mitigate further Adderall abuse. For clients with past traumatic experiences, we also offer EMDR.
From the initial medical intake, clients receive an individualized treatment plan developed from their unique background and Adderall use history. We also encourage family participation throughout the process.
Get Started at The View Today
If you or a loved one suffer from Adderall addiction, give us a call at (877) 310-4343 for an intake appointment today. You will benefit from our caring, professional staff, as well as our luxurious, intimate facility.