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How Does Adderall Work
It can make you happy, suppress your appetite, reduce fatigue, increase your attention span, and it's used to treat narcolepsy, depression and ADHD. What magical substance does all of thisé Adderall. Reactions intro Over 25 million people worldwide use amphetamine, which is the active ingredient in Adderall.
Amphetamine has actually been around since the 1800s, and has a pretty neat history. First synthesized in 1887 by Romanian chemist Lazar Edeleanu, amphetamine appeared on the market in 1933 under the nameâ€œBenzedrine,â€� or Bennies for short. In 1943, the US army began issuing â€œpep pillsâ€� to fight battle fatigue and boost morale. These peppills were pure amphetamine,which is a stimulant.
By the end of World War II,American and British troops had shipped an estimated 150 million of these pills. Japanese and German troops also used these â€œpeppillsâ€� and Hitler would get daily injections of amphetamine. American troops continued using amphetamine well into the Korean and Vietnam wars, but stopped once the drug was
no longer sold over the counter in 1956. Because, you know, unrestricted access to pure amphetamine is probably not a good idea. Today amphetamine is used in LOW doses primarily to treatâ€¦ Wait. Whaté Oh. Right. Used to treat ADHD.
The majority of ADHD drugs stimulatethe central nervous system. You'd think it wouldn't make sense to treat hyperactivity and lack of focus by adding stimulation, but we'll let neuroscience expert Ryan Davison explain: â€œPeople with ADHD tend to have lower levels of dopamine, a key chemical in the brain's reward center.
This lack of dopamine means people with ADHD are constantly seeking stimulation. Amphetamine stimulates the release of dopamine and other neurotransmitters in the brain so those minor distractions don't cause you to lose focus.â€� Nerve cells and neurotransmitters act like they're at a middle school dance. Neurotransmitters like dopamine are on one side