Need A Drug That Is Like Vyvanse, Just Shorter Lasting, And Preferably Less Side Effects.

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Frustrated College Student Says:


I have class from 8am-1pm, so I don't need a pill that lasts for 12 hours. A pill that lasts around 8 hours would be more that sufficient for my needs.
It wouldn't be an issue, but the side effects of Vyvanse blow, and I'd rather they not last throughout the entire day. I can't maintain a proper diet; it is extremely difficult to "get it up" when the lady friend and I can find time alone; my hands get clammy; I get jittery; sometimes I feel like I can't catch my breath even though I am in exceptional shape; the dry mouth I get is more severe than most, to the point that I am actually difficult to understand as the pill begins to wear off; and the worst is how unbelievably irritable I get as it starts to wear off.

Are there any drugs with lesser side effects, and if not, a pill that just doesn't last as long?


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Verwon Says:

There are regular release formulations of Adderall that are available, so it isn't going to last as long.

Learn more Adderall details here.

As to the side effects, it carries the risk of causing just as many as the Vyvanse and how many you may experience really depends on you and how sensitive your body is to such medications.

Has your doctor made any suggestions?

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