Adderall Plugging – Dangers of Medically Unapproved Administration
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While a non-user might not know much about the different methods of consuming Adderall and specifically ‘plugging’ and its associated dangers, addicts often use Adderall ‘plugging’ to get high, which has similar effects to swallowing Adderall..
Many people may be familiar with some of the ways the drug can be abused. This can include: intravenously, orally or nasally (snorting). However, there is little information available about plugging the drug.
Adderall tablets and extended-release capsules (Adderall XR 20 mg) can be obtained only with a prescription from a doctor. Both these pills contain a combination of two active chemicals: amphetamine and dextroamphetamine – Amphetamines belong to the class of drugs known as CNS stimulants. Doctors often prescribe Adderall for depression and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Its use in treating Narcolepsy (a sleep disorder which causes people to doze off).
The rewarding effect of the drug can be attributed to a high concentration of the mood-enhancing brain chemical, dopamine.
As with many drugs that alter the chemicals of the brain, Adderall’s use can be habit-forming. Because the properties of Adderall, even if taken within prescribed guidelines, can be highly addictive. To overdose on Adderall the consequences might be severe if not treated properly.
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A Quick Overview of Adderall Side Effects
Adderall has many side-effects which may occur even with proper use of the drug; outlined by a doctor’s prescription. With increased and regular usage some users develop an understanding of how much Adderall XR to get high is needed for plugging, but with all drugs excessive and over use can make the side effects even more severe.
- Feeling nervous
- Loss of sleep
- Nausea and vomiting
- Diarrhea or constipation
- Reduced hunger
- Unintended loss of weight
Note ‘plugging’ contributes to developing specific Adderall side effects in men even faster than with the oral route of administration.
Dangers of Plugging Adderall: What One Should Know
Understandably, abusing any prescription or street drug can have harmful side-effects and pose health complications which may impact other aspects of a person’s life. However, the method od Adderall plugging could be more damaging to someone’s health in a number of ways.
Most notably, the rectal administration is not the most common route for taking the drug. Furthermore, the use of unclean applicators may result in infections. A users urgency to get high can make them less likely to follow safety precautions such as the use of lubricants and proper hygiene.
Want to Know More?
If one has any queries about Adderall plugging or wants to know more about the symptoms of Adderall abuse, help of an expert is vital. They can give proper counselling and recommend the right addiction therapy. In case of severe dependence to amphetamines, treatment in residential rehab may be required.
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