That is a good question, acey33. For me, it took a while to really get the benefit. I did notice right away that I had more energy, but that can dissipate after a while. Meaning, it can give you energy, but it can't give you motivation. I think the biggest example of it working was I steadily noticed I was laughing, smiling, and wanted to do things. Being able to read without wanting to throw the book across the room after a few pages. It can take some time to adjust to adderall. It really took a month to finally realize it was helping. After the first month I stopped it for a week. Boy, did I notice then how bad I was feeling. When I started it again, it was a more night and day feeling. From then on I have not looked back.
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