Adderall Side Effects: the medicine used for ADHD & Narcolepsy

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Adderall side effects are minimal compared to the benefits of reducing ADHD and Narcolepsy. The most common side effects of Adderall are “weight loss, headaches and emotional changes.”

Here is a listing side effects that can occur while taking the prescription Adderall:

Loss of Appetite

Dry Mouth

Insomnia

Headaches

Abdominal Pain

Temporary Increase in blood pressure

Weight Loss

Emotional changes

Nausea

Vomiting

Dizziness

Diarrhea

Weakness

Increased Heart Rate

Urinary Tract Infection

Fever

Heartburn

Children also sometimes experience slow growth, but it is usually only less then an inch and about 2 pounds of weight. It is being reported that children usually make up the slight lack of growth over time and will still reach normal growth levels.

To read more on the side effects of Adderall, click here: http://adhd.emedtv.com/adderall/adderall-side-effects.html

 

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