Everyone can get tired or exhausted, just as everyone can get distracted. Whether at home, at work, or with friends, it’s not unusual if someone may be feeling a bit fatigued.

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However, there are some that find themselves being much more tired than others and seeking distractions more than the average person.

If you find yourself in desperate need of stimulation, you might be showing signs of ADHD.

Whether you had it as a child or starts to show up in adulthood, ADHD is something that affects many people, in extreme ways as well as a minor.

So if you think you have the symptoms, no matter how small, be sure to consult with your local physician.

You can’t really diagnose yourself with something like this, so a medical professional will always be your best bet to making sure you have a disorder and what sort of treatment you need.

What is Narcolepsy?

Then there’s narcolepsy, which also involves being tired, but not inattentive. While fatigue is a part of it, wanting to fall asleep is also a symptom.

In fact, feeling like sleeping is perhaps the biggest sign related to narcolepsy.

Those who have this disorder may involuntarily fall asleep during moments they shouldn’t, such as a meeting with co-workers or when socializing with friends.

As odd as it may be, it can be treated with the help of a medical professional. By being properly evaluated one can determine whether they do have narcolepsy and determine the best treatment options available.

Bringing up both ADHD and narcolepsy may seem a bit strange, but both of these disorders have one very specific treatment option in common: Adderall.

EzCare Clinic can help you get the right form of treatment via medication by getting you evaluated by medical professionals.

With helpful staff and certified physicians, our clinic can help you understand your symptoms and provide you with the best possible treatment options.

Adderall IR

Adderall IR

What is Adderall IR?

Used for stimulating the brain so that you can stay more focused and alert, Adderall is an amphetamine that works with your central nervous system.

It can make you much more alert, stay highly focused, and even provide a feeling of euphoria.

For those who suffer from ADHD and narcolepsy, the benefits that Adderall provides allows them to have healthier day-to-day interactions and activities in a way they had not previously.

Adderall IR (Immediate Release) is the most common and popular form that exists.

It not only helps those with ADHD and narcolepsy but people who feel as if they have trouble concentrating, which can include college students.

This latter group has actually become a popular and known quantity that consumes amphetamines for the sake of staying concentrated, but also for the feeling Adderall provides outside of just being more focused.

However, due to its popularity, Adderall has also been known to be taken advantage of. Prescription drugs being abused is nothing new, but Adderall does find itself being among the most popular of these drugs.

If you think there is a chance that you will want to take advantage of this drug, such as asking for more from your doctor, you may want to reconsider choosing Adderall as a treatment option.

You should also be aware of common side-effects related to Adderall, such as dry mouth, fatigue, insomnia, weight loss, and erectile dysfunction.

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How Does Adderall IR Work?

Are you familiar with your own brain’s reward system? It’s the thing that makes you want to make the drive to a local eatery so that you can have a delicious meal.

While much of what we do is based on survival, it also has a basis in the reward system.

We do certain things because we anticipate some sort of reward, be it a tasty lunch or a fulfilling feeling of accomplishment.

Dopamine is a key neurotransmitter that helps the brain and motivates you to do the things you do each day.

When you’re low on dopamine, your brain becomes desperate for something to do, which can result in the symptoms most associated with ADHD.

What Adderall does is go to the reward center and make the dopamine active again, linking it with the brain receptors and producing more dopamine for release.

By stimulating the brain intensely, you are then able to actually focus and become less exasperated.

ADHD vs Narcolepsy

ADHD Vs. Narcolepsy

How Long Does IR Adderall Last for?

Adderall IR (immediate-release) is the most basic version of the drug that will be prescribed to you. It is taken throughout the day and each dose lasts around four hours.

The dosage you will get from your doctor should be low but just enough to be effective. The actual effects should be felt within an hour of taking the dose; traces of IR will leave your body after a day or two.

The effects of Adderall IR can be as helpful as they are soothing. Keeping you focused and attentive is an important effect of IR, but it can be just as easy to abuse.

You can find yourself being dependent on the drug and that can cause unintended consequences, such as the previously mentioned side effects.

You must make sure that taking Adderall in any form will not do more harm than good, which is something you can discuss with the doctor you see who can prescribe you the medication.

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This type of medication can yield different effects on the people who take it, so it is vital that you always seek a doctor who can tell you whether Adderall is right for you.

Ezcare clinic has licensed medical physicians who can evaluate you and determine whether any kind of prescribed medication will be for your benefit.

Our clinic also helps people who want to combat weight loss, anxiety, or need an emotional support animal letter. You can call us or visit our webpage to set up an appointment, as well as learn about our many available services.

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