Adderall 10 mg is a prescription narcotic drug used for treating ADHD (Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) and Narcolepsy. It has different variation and doses which are available in retail as well as online.
Adderall 10 mg is the lowest dose which is given in starting of the medication with increment on prescription in general. Adderall 10 mg comes in immediate-release tablets or eight-hour capsules as Adderall XR.
Adderall 10 mg is also known as “blue pill.” It is a round blue colored tablet, Its one side is engraved as “AD,” and the other is divided into two and carved as 10.
Adderal 10 mg stays in the system for a maximum three to five hours after the last dose.
How to use Adderall 10 mg
Adderall should be used with the prescription of a professional doctor. He will give you proper instructions about the doses; you should follow them correctly.
Always take the medication on time. If you forget the dose and it might the time for another one, skip the missed one and take your next dose. If you remember the dose in some time take it soon.
Do not take spoiled medicine; it will not be helpful for your health.
Read the manual carefully given by your doctor and follow them while you are on the medication of Adderall.
Do not crush, chew, snort, or bite the medication of Adderall 10 mg.
Side effects of Adderall 10 mg
The most common side effects of Adderall 10 mg occur in starting of the medication and may vanish in time, but some times they become worse if not get treated. You can lower the risk of side effects by following the instructions of your doctor properly, but if they happen, then seek emergency medical help or call 911.
The most common side effects are:
The unusual side effects are:
- low appetite
- high blood pressure
- fast heart rate
- loss of hearing
- weakness of sight
These are not all the side effects. Others can also happen if the medication is ill-treated. If you get any of them, call poison control center at 1-800-222-1222, you can also report your symptoms to FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088.