Skip to Content

Vyvanse - How does smoking pot and drinking affect Vyvnase?

Responses (2)

Anonymous 20 Jan 2012

Hello. Combining alcohol and Vyvanse can be a dangerous interaction. Your blood pressure, as well as your hearty beat will increase rapidly. A combination of any of the three mentioned, is not adsvised. Best wishes,pledge

Bsteinbrueck 20 Jan 2012

I agree with Pledge for sure. Not a good combo.

But one can assume it happens occasionally, and possibly regularly (in college communities especially). However that doesn't mean it hasn't been the cause of many serious problems, including death.

If your name implies you are doing research on this topic, feel free to post more specific questions. Don't be afraid to ask things like "how has this affected you" or any question that pertains to your research. The active members of this site are very likely to share different views and experiences as well as useful information on the topic. You just have to ask! (And the more specific you are, the better.)
Hope you find what you're looking for!

And if you're just asking the question to find out whether or not it's okay/safe to do, the answer is no... it really isn't. IF it doesn't kill you, it can cause other problems including decreased affectiveness of the medication in the future, high/low blood pressure, extreme mood changes, seizures, and multiple other issues in both the cardiovascular and nervous systems.
Pot and alcohol are "depressants" while Vyvanse is a "stimulant". Therefore, combining them is similar to taking sleep meds and energy drinks at the same time (which can also be fatal), only at a MUCH more dangerous level.

Just to clarify, most of what I've said comes from personal experience and secondhand observation. So I won't claim to have any medical "facts" here, but the stuff has definitely been true for me!

Good luck.

Further Information

Search for questions

Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.

Similar Questions