Adderall 12.5 mg: The Safest mg Out There?
Adderall 12.5 mg is a medication to treat hyperactivity symptoms and impulse control. It is a mixture of Amphetamine and Dextroamphetamine. Additionally, you can take it alone or with other medicines. It is a CNS stimulant and also used to treat ADHD and narcolepsy.
However, it is unknown if Adderall 12.5 is safe and effective in children younger than three years old.
Adderall 12.5 is taken orally in the form of a tablet. The tablet is peach in colour. Adderall 12.5 is round in shape and 07.00 mm in size. On one side of the medicine, it is embossed with 12.5, and on the other side, it is embossed with AD with a complete and partial bisect. Moreover, it distributed by Teva Pharmaceuticals, U.S.A.
You should inform your doctor if you have a history of drug or alcohol abuse because Adderall 12.5 is habit-forming. You should not take Adderall 12.5mg if you have used MAO inhibitor in the last 14 days. It can also cause new or worsening psychosis if you have a history of depression or mental disorder. You should call your doctor immediately if you experience heart problems, signs of psychosis or signs of circulation problems. You should not use Adderall 12.5 if you’re having glaucoma, overactive thyroid, agitation, blood pressure, heart disease, coronary artery disease, vascular disease or a history of drug or alcohol abuse.
Pregnant women should avoid Adderall 12.5 as it increases the risk of premature delivery, low birth weight and may also experience withdrawal symptoms like dysphoria or agitation.
The effect of Adderall in the milk of breastfeeding women is not studied well. But a hefty dose of medicine can interfere with milk production, especially in women whose lactation is not well established.
There are several side-effects of Adderall. I’ll be mentioning some side effects below:
- Sign of heart problems: Chest pain, trouble breathing, feeling that you might pass out.
- Symptom of psychosis: Hallucination, Behavioural issues, aggressive behaviour, hostility or paranoia
- Sign of circulation problems: Numbness, pain, cold, unexplained wounds, skin colour change in your fingers or toes.
- Muscle twitches
- Change in vision
- Stomach Ache and loss of appetite
- Weight loss
- Fast heart rate
- Dry mouth
You should take Adderall 12.5mg as prescribed by your doctor. You should not share this medicine with anyone as they are habit-forming and can lead to death. You should keep track of your treatment so that you’ll know if someone takes your medication without your knowledge. The medicine should be stored at room temperature and away from moisture, heat and light. Don’t crush, chew or break open your treatment; swallow it as a whole.
If you have missed a dose by chance, you should take medicine as soon as possible, but if it is too late in the evening, you should skip the treatment.