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Adderall is a prescription used to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) for both children and adults. It works by increasing the amount of dopamine and norepinephrine in the brain. When it is taken according to physician prescription it helps peoples to maintain focus and concentration. Some college students and athletes take this drugs for increasing both physical and mental alertness. Basically, 2 types of these drugs are available in pharmacies.

One is for immediate release and other is for Extended release. This drug lasts anywhere for 4-6 hours. Tablets would last for 6 hours but it should not be taken frequently.  

  • Adderall- IR

          This drug lasts anywhere for 4-6 hours. Tablets would last for 6 hours but it should not be taken frequently.  

  • Adderall- XR

          Extended-release capsules reach maximum absorption after 7 hours on average. The immediate-release tablets reach maximum absorption after 3 hours. It reaches 50% of their concentration after about 9 to 11 hours in children, 11 to 14 hours in adolescents, and 10 to 13 hours in adults.

How long does Adderall last in Urine?

To detect the use of drug intake in our body, a drug test is important. One of the most common drug tests is analyzed by using urine. Depending on the quantity of Adderall you take into your body the question of how long Adderall last in urine varies. An Adderall urine test can show positive results for approximately 2 to 3 days but heavy users may test positive for Adderall up to 7 days after its intake.

How long Adderall last in blood?

The blood test is another common drug test used to analyze drug usage. Immediately you ingest it, it produces peak plasma concentrations in your body in just 2 to 3 hours. Adderall can be detected in blood 12-24 hours after the drug was used. Adderall 10mg XR variety produces a peak concentration in 6 hours after ingestion.

What are the high effects of Adderall?

Adderall is a prescription used to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) for both children and adults. Intaking of a high dose of Adderall carries risks because it is addictive. Adderall addiction can results in uncontrollable cravings for the drug and use of the drug may have negative consequences. The stimulant effects due to high effects of Adderall are

  • Excitement
  • Fast heartbeat
  • Increased alertness
  • Behavior or mood changes

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