10-31-05, 01:28 PM
I was wondering how exactly it works on the central nervous system. I know that it speeds it up, but how? For example Strattera blocks the reuptake inhibitors in neurons therefore making the nuerons send more nuerepinphrine (Spl) nuerotransmitters, making it the only non-stimulant med for add. I look at the manufactioner's labels and what not and i've come to the conclusion that they do not even know or don't want to tell the users.
11-19-05, 09:25 PM
honestly if you want my opinion...I'll tell you...
but I won't go into detail...all I can tell you is
I'am VERY against Concerta, XR "long acting stimulants"
I wish I was a moderator I was once on a site before.
Though instant release I don't mind, they leave your system
after 3-4 hours. If you also want another opinion of mine
which I posted as an article I don't think Ritalin, or Adderall
should be prescribed till 13 years of age. and or atleast 8 years of age.
Just so you all know this is all posted on a readable article online
my feelings so it doesn't matter. These are my personal feelings
and no one and I mean NO ONE! can change how I feel about it.
Though when I first started out Adderall 5 MG instant release
the way it should be was good.
... Im glad that answerd the question.
Back on topic, heres a link that might help.