Amphetamine Withdrawal

Amphetamines are normally prescribed to people with ADD or ADHD. The most common commercial name for amphetamines is Ritalin. Amphetamines are essentially a stimulant that helps a perosn with concentration, yet can be abused by the user or the user’s friends, which do not need the substance to concentrate.

Amphetamine withdrawal can be described as opposite of what the drug aspires to do. This means if we describe the drug as a sort of stimulant, then amphetamine withdrawal is like taking a downer. These symptoms begin withing 24 hours after the addict’s last dosage.

Amphetamine withdrawal symptoms include:

  • Excessive sleeping
  • Increased appetite
  • Depression
  • Anxiety

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