This Is What Adderall Does To Your Body:
The word on Wall Street is, cocaine is over, and everyone is taking Adderall to survive the all-nighters, the tedious work, and the hangovers from one-too-many the night before.
So what is Adderall and why does it make people more efficient?
We decided to put together some facts on what this amphetamine (yes, that's what it is) does to your body because it's not all fun and games. Canada pulled the drug off the shelves in 2005 because it was believed to be the source of 20 deaths over ten years, according to NPR.
So know what you're dealing with.
Serotonin, dopamine and adrenaline are the chemicals in your brain that make you happy and they're released when you do something you love (favorite sport, seeing your favorite band, whatever floats your boat).
These chemicals are stored in your brain for use when you do what you love, but Adderall breaks them free and sends them to your synapses. That's when you feel charged.
When Adderall wears off, they go back into storage.
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