Question by  SandyC (16)

What is an Adderall replacement drug?


Answer by  patti (29325)

There are a number of amphetamines (which Adderall is) that can be taken for ADD. Other options include Concerta, Strattera, Detxroamphetamine, Ritalin and others. These drugs are not interchangeable. Each one has subtle differences that give physicians prescribing option for their patients.


Answer by  Veetzy (376)

Adderall is a drug that has been used to treat patients with Attention Deficit Disorder. Due to safety concerns, replacement drugs are worthy of consideration. Atomoxetine (Strattera)is a drug that is used when Adderall is not of best interests to the patient. Also, Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) is another replacement drug used.


Answer by  liblady (366)

As Adderall is a psychostimulant, a number of drugs with stimulant properties have been used in place of Adderall specifically. The amphetamine methylphenidate (marketed as Ritalin, Metadate, Concerta) and dextroamphetamine (marketed as Dexedrine) are the most common substitutions to treat AHDH.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Addarall is a drug that is used to replace some chemicals that are lacking in patients who have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). As you may know, these patients lack the chemicals that are required dopamine receptors and dopamine transporters and d1 gene that is required for proper attention.


Answer by  firefighter38310 (430)

if you read my posts and my job descriptions im ADD. Adderal is one of many; Ritlain, Concerta. time relesed Ritalin and there are many new meds out there. behavior modification works the best for me but i am older and have a better grasp of my illness


Answer by  Anonymous

Check into a new product called ADDTabz. Safe for long term use and non-prescription.

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