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Things You Should Know About Adderall

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The prescription drug Adderall is used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in the human brain. We all know this; most adderall dealers are functional crack heads whom are allowed into social circles because their mothers keep re-upping their decade-old prescription. They have been suffering from ADHD their whole lives, and need that medication to help them acquire all the baseline advantages that a healthy brain already has. When a person without ADHD takes Adderall, it showers their brain in feel-good chemicals, as stated by American Addiction Centers:

Adderall increases the levels of serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine in the brain. These are messengers in the brain’s reward and motivation pathways, and they are responsible for the regulation of emotions and feelings of pleasure.

The upside of Adderall use is that you get to have your brain licked by the tongue of God for a few hours. It feels almost as good as an evening with my Ashlyn Rae vagina replica pocket pussy, which was a gift from my roommate for Christmas. I swear I haven’t put my pee pee in the PP yet, but I can only surmise that fake pussy is divine, just like having your brain fingered by an ape hand made of endorphins. After your brain gets a chance to marinate in a bath of neurotransmitter jizz, it basically loses all intention to do anything other than progress and accomplish. This does wonders for creativity, and makes it effortless to enter a flow state which, according to the founder of the Flow Genome Project, Steven Kotler, is, “… an optimal state of consciousness, when you feel and perform your best… Mental and physical ability go through the roof and the brain takes in more information per second, processing it more deeply.”

But, as with any mind-altering substance, Adderall has its downsides. Take too much of it and you might lose the ability to make decisions for yourself. The drug will grab hold of your nervous system and ride you like a fucking elliptical. Heart conditions, anxiety, depression, weight loss, loss of appetite, hopelessness, betrayal, addiction, insomnia, anger, thoughts of suicide, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia are just a few of the side effects of Adderall. It also makes you shit a lot.

I know people who have gotten out of some career-threatening situations by just rolling up their sleeves and sniffing some crushed up pills off their shitty loft bed desk. But there is also the threat of dependence, then ultimately addiction. Adderall shouldn’t be fucked with if you have an addictive personality or a desire to lose weight, or if you don’t have pockets deep enough to fund a potential habit that could last for the rest of your time in college.

It goes without saying that pill addictions should be avoided at all costs unless you’re like 70 or 80 years old (I’m gonna go balls to the wall on pharmaceutical drugs if I make it to that point). So when you’re in your twenties, or maybe even your teens, be safe.

[via American Addiction Centers, Steven Kotler]

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