4 Natural Alternatives To Adderall, Vyvanse and Ritalin

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Have you ever heard of Adderall?

This medication is very popular in the USA, and is typically prescribed to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

Since it acts as a nervous system stimulant, it has been widely abused and is a cause of addiction. Due to this, it’s highly controlled, and can only be bought with a prescription.

However, several teenagers take these pills illegally, as a way to improve their physical and mental productivity.

Also known as the “Good-Grade Pill”, Adderall has become popular among students since it increases brain activity, leaves you feeling more alert, and helps you concentrate for longer.

Although its benefits do seem very desirable, Adderall’s list of side-effects is long, and includes increased probability of diseases such as schizophrenia.

The largest risk associated to Adderall is addiction, which requires a rehabilitation process very similar to the ones used to treat addictions to other drugs.

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There are also risks related to vital organs such as your heart, due to its stimulating effect.

As you can see, the unnecessary use of this medication comes with several health risks, which end up cancelling out the benefits.

So, we gathered 4 natural alternatives that can help you increase your focus, concentration, and even calm your nerves.

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