——————-Questions about Vynase——————-
00: 00 – Intro
00: 25 – Is Vyvanse addictive?
01: 06 – How do I cope with the side effects of Vyvanse?
02: 10 – Is Vyvanse better than Adderall? What’s the difference?
03: 10 – Can you skip Vyvanse on weekends?
03: 49 – Does Vyvanse help depression?
05: 40 – What drugs should not be taken with Vyvanse?
09: 03 – Is it possible to develop a tolerance to vyvanse?
09: 22 – What are the differences between Focalin and Vyvanse?
09: 54 – If I take L-tyrosine, will it potentiate the effect of Vyvanse?
10: 30 – Is it possible to successfully withdraw from taking Adderall or Vyvanse?
13: 34 – If I truly have ADHD, why does Vyvanse keep me up?
16: 05 – Do Vyvanse and cannabis conflict at all? Can I smoke cannabis while on 30mg of Vyvanse?
16: 50 – ATMC
When seeking treatment for ADHD symptoms, many people are vastly under-informed on their options. If you’ve only been prescribed Vyvanse, Adderall, or one of the other big-brand pharmaceuticals, you may not even know the many other options out there, including natural supplements and homeopathic solutions. Learn more about Vyvanse, its differences from Adderall, and what natural remedies may be good alternatives for you
Today’s scientists believe that the main reason adult ADHD remains underdiagnosed is that the diagnostic criteria for ADHD created in the DSM-V (the current manual for diagnosing mental illnesses, published in 2013) were developed around the signs and symptoms of children, specifically boys. There is also an implicit racial bias to how patients of color are diagnosed and treated for mental illnesses, ADHD included. This can affect the ability of young girls, children of color, and people experiencing adult-onset symptoms of ADHD to get proper diagnosis and treatment.
As it turns out, however, ADHD is a disorder that affects a diverse population of all ages and gender identities. And, for adults living with the symptoms of ADHD, Adderall can’t always be used to manage their condition — whether it interacts poorly with their other medications or just doesn’t seem to work for them. In this case, there are several alternatives typically prescribed instead, such as the drug Vyvanse.
So what Is Vyvanse?
Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) – Vyvanse is a stimulant in a family of amphetamine-based drugs used to treat certain symptoms of ADHD. Using a balance of naturally occurring chemicals in the brain called neurotransmitters, Vyvanse can target many aspects of the disorder that keep patients from being able to pay attention. The effect of this drug can help people with attention disorders have a much more organized and productive life. Some other Vyvanse uses are for the treatment of illnesses like Binge Eating Disorder, but due to the risk of certain more serious effects, it should never be used as a weight-loss drug.
Lisdexamfetamine and ADHD
When used as part of a comprehensive treatment plan, Lisdexamfetamine (the active ingredient in Vyvanse) can be a great help to patients with ADHD. The drug addresses the inability to stay focused, sit still without fidgeting, and pay attention to any tasks at hand. By providing the ability for the neurotransmitters in the brain to flow uninterrupted, Vyvanse can help people feel more in control of their thoughts and actions, and ultimately, their lives.
If, after learning more about some of the pharmaceutical treatments for ADHD symptoms, you feel like naturopathic alternatives could be the solution for you, the professionals at Alternative to Meds Center are always happy to help. Our holistic solutions to mental health disorders can help supplement your doctor’s treatment plans and provide viable treatment options for those who the medical system leaves behind. Contact us on our website or call us at (888) 907-7075 to get more information on homeopathic ADHD treatment methods and the other natural alternatives we offer
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