Citation: Adderall fan. "Life Improving but with Serious Reprocussions: An Experience with Amphetamines (Adderall) (exp50155)". Erowid.org. Apr 14, 2008. erowid.org/exp/50155
The very first time I tried Adderall I was actually looking to score some pain killers or xanax, but when I got to my buddy's house he said he was out but had some Adderall. At first I wasn't interested but he kinda told me about it and its effects, he said its awesome for working. So I bought 20 10mg tablets and gave 10 of them to my friend and saved them for work the next morning. The next day of work was intense! I was feeling so great and working hard was actually fun! After work the friend I gave some too called me and said we need more! By the next week I had gone to see my doctor and swindled my way into getting a prescription for 20mg. Over the next two months my work performance had doubled and I had gotten two raises because I was working so hard everyday just feeling on top of the world and so focused! I was convinced that this was a miracle drug!
But of course after taking it for so long I built up a tolerance and I just kept needing more and more to get to the same level. So I started running out before the month was up and when I would run out I didn't want to work, get out of bed, or even talk to anyone. So of course I figured out a way to get them refilled early, I would go see my doctor and switch the dosage and make up some excuse and it worked everytime! It has now been three years and I still to this day have a prescription for 30mg tablets and 20mg XR. I definatley get serious come-downs but I also got myself a prescription for Xanax 2mg which almost eliminates come-downs. It makes the anxiety and stress go away and helps me get some sleep. My doses now are around 220mg every two days which I would not recommend to anyone. It is definatley a very addictive drug.
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