Archive for the ‘Post-Adderall Health, Exercise, and Nutrition’ Category
A few people have messaged me on the forums asking me about a response I posted to a reader with dental problems, where I mentioned that I had gone down to Mexico to get my Adderall-ruined teeth fixed for way less money than I was about to pay in the states. So at the risk […]
Not directly related to quitting Adderall, but related to the exercise most people find themselves compelled to after quitting. Really well done video.
Aside from keeping up at work, it seems that weight gain is one of the biggest hurdles many Adderall users face when quitting. Totally understandable! Adderall takes the effort out of staying thin, just like it takes the effort out of doing work. Plus, most people who have been on Adderall for a long time […]
To finish off my three part exercise theme here at Quitting Adderall, here are 5 stupid decisions I’ve made during my time as a compulsive exerciser. Some of these decisions just cost me money, others costs me months of frustration and pain. You can see the other two articles in this series here.. Part 1: […]
When you quit Adderall, you may start to feel a renewed interest in physical activities. For one thing, you’ll want to stave off the weight gain that often results from the lifestyle changes related to quitting Adderall (like eating full meals and sleeping at night). But more than that, virtual reality headset most people report […]
As said many times in the comment threads: developing a love for exercise can be a huge boon to your post-Adderall recovery process. To start off a three-week series on exercise here at Quitting Adderall, here’s an awesome quote from over-the-top sbiancamento denti punk rocker/writer/comedian Henry Rollins. I believe that the definition of definition is […]
If you’ve been using Adderall regularly for any extended period of time, you’re facing a multi-pronged challenge when you quit. First, you’ve most likely developed a strong psychological addiction and/or dependency on the way the drug makes you feel. Second, you’ll have to weather through physical effects of legitimate amphetamine withdrawal, as your body struggles […]
Most Adderall takers are at least social smokers, probably because Adderall and Cigarettes can be such a delicious combination. Like Adderall, cigarettes help you lubricate an otherwise less-than-tolerable experience. If you really want to race lightning-speed towards your goals, quitting smoking will help make you uncomfortable enough to keep moving. I was a militant smoker for years and I quit smoking cold-turkey. No Chantix, no patches. Here’s how I did it.