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What is the differece between Adderall and Vyvanse?

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cwmahalick 27 Nov 2009

Adderall and Vyvanse are two medications used for the same problem: AAD and ADHD. The difference between these two medications is the strength and effects.

Adderall is distributed in higher doses of mg's and Vyvanse. This does not mean it affects your body more, it just means it takes more substance of it to effect you the same way.

The effects of Adderall and Vyvanse are both suppose to make you more alert, and pay closer attention. It had been reported that Vyanse causes you to glue yourself to what your doing. When in comparison, Adderall just makes you very very focused in whatever you may be doing.

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