24yrs and taken some form of amphetamine for 10 years. I know the side effects and I know to manage them. It improves my grades and overall activity in all aspects of my life. I have recently had the most extensive blood work done(9 total different test) and the test came out,for lack of a better word, great. Does this mean that I have learned to how to take this medicine properly and manage the side effect with acquired experience, almost expertly, or does my young age have more of an impact as to why I had great test results and not the management of being physically active and having a good diet?
you of course are taking adderall correctly. i imagine that you do not sit at home all the time after taking adderall? you do not just eat and expect adderall to make itself work. adderall is somewhat like a diet pill, it will give u the nudge you need but you are the one that kicks it in. staying active and having a good diet is at the top of the list of why your blood work is, well, outstanding. and there is nothing in ur life style that needs to change for how ever long you are taking adderall. as long as your off the couch and in the world daily or every other day as you grow older your health (and blood) will stay as grand as it is today.
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