Akarin (citalopram) Side Effects

Akarin  as one of the classes of antidepressants known as SSRIs technically fits in the citalopram group of drugs.
celexa
Other brand names for this drug are: Celexa, Cipralet, Cipram, Cipramil and Prisdal.

What is Citalopram?

Citalopram is an antidepressant in a group of drugs called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs).

Citalopram is used to treat depression.

Citalopram may also be used for purposes not listed in this medication guide.

Important information

You should not use citalopram if you also take pimozide, or if you are being treated with methylene blue injection.

Do not use citalopram if you have used an MAO inhibitor in the past 14 days. A dangerous drug interaction could occur. MAO inhibitors include isocarboxazid, linezolid, methylene blue injection, phenelzine, rasagiline, selegiline, tranylcypromine, and others.

Some young people have thoughts about suicide when first taking an antidepressant. Your doctor will need to check your progress at regular visits while you are using citalopram. Your family or other caregivers should also be alert to changes in your mood or symptoms.

Report any new or worsening symptoms to your doctor, such as: mood or behavior changes, anxiety, panic attacks, trouble sleeping, or if you feel impulsive, irritable, agitated, hostile, aggressive, restless, hyperactive (mentally or physically), more depressed, or have thoughts about suicide or hurting yourself.

Do not give citalopram to anyone younger than 18 years old without the advice of a doctor. Citalopram is not approved for use in children.

Before taking this medicine

You should not use this medicine if you are allergic to citalopram or escitalopram (Lexapro), if you also take pimozide, or if you are being treated with methylene blue injection.

Do not use citalopram if you have taken an MAO inhibitor in the past 14 days. A dangerous drug interaction could occur. MAO inhibitors include isocarboxazid, linezolid, phenelzine, rasagiline, selegiline, and tranylcypromine.

To make sure citalopram is safe for you, tell your doctor if you have:

  • a bleeding or blood clotting disorder;
  • liver or kidney disease;
  • narrow-angle glaucoma;
  • seizures or epilepsy;
  • heart disease, heart failure, a heart rhythm disorder, slow heartbeats, or recent history of heart attack;
  • personal or family history of Long QT syndrome;
  • an electrolyte imbalance (such as low levels of potassium or magnesium in your blood);
  • bipolar disorder (manic depression); or
  • a history of drug abuse or suicidal thoughts.

Some young people have thoughts about suicide when first taking an antidepressant. Your doctor will need to check your progress at regular visits while you are using citalopram. Your family or other caregivers should also be alert to changes in your mood or symptoms.

FDA pregnancy category C. Taking an SSRI antidepressant during pregnancy may cause serious lung problems in the baby. However, you may have a relapse of depression if you stop taking your antidepressant

You can learn more by going to their website here:  Citopram
WATCH the following documentary on Anti-Psychotic drugs

The known side effects for Akarin are a long list. Much the same for the entire range of psychotropics available on the market place.

This pie chart is a good summary to start with and will give a clear indication of what you or someone under your care is going to be in for, if Akarin has been prescribed by a “health professional” in the course of treatment.

pie-chart-of-adverse-reactions

One can safely assume. That the side effects experienced would only get worse when Akarin will be consumed with any other drugs….

Here’s a complete list of side effects that may be experienced during the consumption of Akarin.

  1. Abdominal pain
  2. Aggressive or hostile behavior
  3. Agitation
  4. Angina (sudden acute pain)
  5. Anorexia Blisters or rash
  6. Blood pressure and pulse changes
  7. Changes in mood
  8. Changes in sex drive or ability
  9. Changes in vision or blurred vision
  10. Chest pain
  11. Constipation
  12. Depression
  13. Diarrhea
  14. Difficulty breathing or swallowing
  15. Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep
  16. Dizziness or faintness Drowsiness
  17. Dry mouth
  18. Fast, pounding, or irregular heartbeat
  19. Fever
  20. Hallucinations
  21. Headaches
  22. Heartburn
  23. Hives
  24. Hoarseness
  25. Hypersensitivity
  26. Increased irritability
  27. Insomnia
  28. Involuntary tics and twitching
  29. Itching
  30. Liver problems
  31. Loss of appetite
  32. Mania
  33. Mental/mood changes
  34. Muscle or joint pain
  35. Nausea
  36. Nervousness
  37. Painful menstruation
  38. Psychosis
  39. Purple blotches under the skin
  40. Restlessness
  41. Seizures
  42. Slow or difficult speech
  43. Sore throat
  44. Stomach pain
  45. Stuffed or runny nose
  46. Stunted growth
  47. Suicidal thoughts
  48. Swelling inside the nose
  49. Swelling of the eyes, face, tongue, or throat
  50. Toxic psychosis
  51. Unusual bleeding or bruising
  52. Unusual sadness or crying
  53. Unusual weakness or tiredness
  54. Violent behavior
  55. Vomiting
  56. Weakness or numbness of an arm or leg
  57. Weight loss
  58. “Zombie” demeanor

For a complete report of the KNOWN side effects of Citalopram – you can download a great detailed report here:  Citalopram Side Effects

Sadly. Neither your doctors, health professionals or pharmacist are going to go to any lengths in ensuring you KNOW the complete side effects of the “meds” they are prescribing and selling you.

In this day and age. It is really up to YOU. To take full responsibility for your own health. By getting as fully informed about the disease you are facing.

The available medical treatments. Traditional and non-traditional. Thereby being in a position that is the BEST to making the most appropriate one when you are being prescribed a Citalopram drug or you have the responsibility of looking after the well-being of a child, parent or loved one who is being prescribed Citalopram for any health “treatment.”

Vyvanse Side Effects

Vyvanse  as one of the classes of psychostimulants technically fits in the amphetamine group of drugs -much like Ritalin, Daytrana and Equasym are. With the only difference being is it a lisdexamphetamine.
vyvanse

Lisdexamfetamine is used for:

Treating attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). It is also used to treat binge eating disorder (BED). It may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor.

Lisdexamfetamine is an amphetamine. Exactly how lisdexamfetamine works is not known. It affects certain chemicals in the brain that may help improve attention span and behavior.

Do NOT use lisdexamfetamine if:

  • you are allergic to any ingredient in lisdexamfetamine or to similar medicines
  • you have severe hardening of the arteries; active heart or blood vessel disease; moderate, severe, or uncontrolled high blood pressure; an overactive thyroid; glaucoma; or agitation, anxiety, or tension
  • you have serious heart problems (eg, heart defect, irregular heartbeat)
  • you have a history of alcohol or other substance abuse
  • you have taken a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI) (eg, phenelzine) within the last 14 days
You can learn more by going to their website here:  Provigil
Watch the documentary on psychotropic drugs

The known side effects for Vyvanse are a long list. Much the same for the entire range of psychotropics available on the market place.

This pie chart is a good summary to start with and will give a clear indication of what you or someone under your care is going to be in for, if Vyvanse has been prescribed by a “health professional” in the course of treatment.

pie-chart-of-adverse-reactions

One can safely assume. That the side effects experienced would only get worse when Vyvanse will be consumed with any other drugs….

Here’s a complete list of side effects that may be experienced during the consumption of Vyvanse.

  1. Abdominal pain
  2. Aggressive or hostile behavior
  3. Agitation
  4. Angina (sudden acute pain)
  5. Anorexia Blisters or rash
  6. Blood pressure and pulse changes
  7. Changes in mood
  8. Changes in sex drive or ability
  9. Changes in vision or blurred vision
  10. Chest pain
  11. Constipation
  12. Depression
  13. Diarrhea
  14. Difficulty breathing or swallowing
  15. Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep
  16. Dizziness or faintness Drowsiness
  17. Dry mouth
  18. Fast, pounding, or irregular heartbeat
  19. Fever
  20. Hallucinations
  21. Headaches
  22. Heartburn
  23. Hives
  24. Hoarseness
  25. Hypersensitivity
  26. Increased irritability
  27. Insomnia
  28. Involuntary tics and twitching
  29. Itching
  30. Liver problems
  31. Loss of appetite
  32. Mania
  33. Mental/mood changes
  34. Muscle or joint pain
  35. Nausea
  36. Nervousness
  37. Painful menstruation
  38. Psychosis
  39. Purple blotches under the skin
  40. Restlessness
  41. Seizures
  42. Slow or difficult speech
  43. Sore throat
  44. Stomach pain
  45. Stuffed or runny nose
  46. Stunted growth
  47. Suicidal thoughts
  48. Swelling inside the nose
  49. Swelling of the eyes, face, tongue, or throat
  50. Toxic psychosis
  51. Unusual bleeding or bruising
  52. Unusual sadness or crying
  53. Unusual weakness or tiredness
  54. Violent behavior
  55. Vomiting
  56. Weakness or numbness of an arm or leg
  57. Weight loss
  58. “Zombie” demeanor

For a complete report of the KNOWN side effects of Vyvanse – you can download a great detailed report here:  Vyvanse Side Effects

Sadly. Neither your doctors, health professionals or pharmacist are going to go to any lengths in ensuring you KNOW the complete side effects of the “meds” they are prescribing and selling you.

In this day and age. It is really up to YOU. To take full responsibility for your own health. By getting as fully informed about the disease you are facing.

The available medical treatments. Traditional and non-traditional. Thereby being in a position that is the BEST to making the most appropriate one when you are being prescribed Vyvanse or you have the responsibility of looking after the well-being of a child, parent or loved one who is being prescribed Vyvanse for any health “treatment.”

Dexedrine Side Effects

Dexedrine  as one of the classes of psychostimulants technically fits in the amphetamine group of drugs -much like Ritalin, Daytrana and Equasym are.
dexedrine
Other brands names include: Dextrostat, Equasym and Focalin

 

According to the Drugs  website.

Dexmethylphenidate is used for:

Treating attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). It may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor.

Dexmethylphenidate is a central nervous system stimulant. Exactly how it works is not known.

Do NOT use dexmethylphenidate if:

  • you are allergic to any ingredient in dexmethylphenidate or to methylphenidate
  • you have severe anxiety, agitation, or tension
  • you have glaucoma
  • you have motor tics (involuntary movements), Tourette syndrome, or a family history of Tourette syndrome
  • you have serious heart problems (eg, heart defect, irregular heartbeat)
  • you are taking a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI) (eg, phenelzine) or have taken an MAOI within the past 14 days

Contact your doctor or health care provider right away if any of these apply to you.

You can learn more by going to their website here:  Dexedrine
Watch the documentary on anti-psychotic drugs

The known side effects for Dexedrine are a long list. Much the same for the entire range of psychotropics available on the market place.

This pie chart is a good summary to start with and will give a clear indication of what you or someone under your care is going to be in for, if Dexedrine has been prescribed by a “health professional” in the course of treatment.

pie-chart-of-adverse-reactions

One can safely assume. That the side effects experienced would only get worse when Dexedrine  will be consumed with any other drugs….

Here’s a complete list of side effects that may be experienced during the consumption of Dexedrine.

  1. Abdominal pain
  2. Aggressive or hostile behavior
  3. Agitation
  4. Angina (sudden acute pain)
  5. Anorexia Blisters or rash
  6. Blood pressure and pulse changes
  7. Changes in mood
  8. Changes in sex drive or ability
  9. Changes in vision or blurred vision
  10. Chest pain
  11. Constipation
  12. Depression
  13. Diarrhea
  14. Difficulty breathing or swallowing
  15. Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep
  16. Dizziness or faintness Drowsiness
  17. Dry mouth
  18. Fast, pounding, or irregular heartbeat
  19. Fever
  20. Hallucinations
  21. Headaches
  22. Heartburn
  23. Hives
  24. Hoarseness
  25. Hypersensitivity
  26. Increased irritability
  27. Insomnia
  28. Involuntary tics and twitching
  29. Itching
  30. Liver problems
  31. Loss of appetite
  32. Mania
  33. Mental/mood changes
  34. Muscle or joint pain
  35. Nausea
  36. Nervousness
  37. Painful menstruation
  38. Psychosis
  39. Purple blotches under the skin
  40. Restlessness
  41. Seizures
  42. Slow or difficult speech
  43. Sore throat
  44. Stomach pain
  45. Stuffed or runny nose
  46. Stunted growth
  47. Suicidal thoughts
  48. Swelling inside the nose
  49. Swelling of the eyes, face, tongue, or throat
  50. Toxic psychosis
  51. Unusual bleeding or bruising
  52. Unusual sadness or crying
  53. Unusual weakness or tiredness
  54. Violent behavior
  55. Vomiting
  56. Weakness or numbness of an arm or leg
  57. Weight loss
  58. “Zombie” demeanor

For a complete report of the KNOWN side effects of Dexedrine – you can download a great detailed report here:  Dexedrine Side Effects

Sadly. Neither your doctors, health professionals or pharmacist are going to go to any lengths in ensuring you KNOW the complete side effects of the “meds” they are prescribing and selling you.

In this day and age. It is really up to YOU. To take full responsibility for your own health. By getting as fully informed about the disease you are facing.

The available medical treatments. Traditional and non-traditional. Thereby being in a position that is the BEST to making the most appropriate one when you are being prescribed Dexedrine or you have the responsibility of looking after the well-being of a child, parent or loved one who is being prescribed Dexedrine for any health “treatment.”

Desoxyn Side Effects

Desoxyn  as one of the classes of psychostimulants technically fits in the amphetamine group of drugs -much like Ritalin, Daytrana and Equasym are.

desoxyn

Another brand name this goes by is: Methylin

methyline

According to the RX List  website.

DESOXYN® (methamphetamine hydrochloride tablets, USP), chemically known as (S)-N,α-dimethylbenzeneethanamine hydrochloride, is a member of the amphetamine group of sympathomimetic amines.

You can learn more by going to their website here:  Desoxyn
Watch documentary on psychotropic drugs

The known side effects for Desoxyn are a long list. Much the same for the entire range of psychotropics available on the market place.

This pie chart is a good summary to start with and will give a clear indication of what you or someone under your care is going to be in for, if Desoxyn has been prescribed by a “health professional” in the course of treatment.

pie-chart-of-adverse-reactions

One can safely assume. That the side effects experienced would only get worse when Desoxyn  will be consumed with any other drugs….

Here’s a complete list of side effects that may be experienced during the consumption of Desoxyn.

  1. Abdominal pain
  2. Aggressive or hostile behavior
  3. Agitation
  4. Angina (sudden acute pain)
  5. Anorexia Blisters or rash
  6. Blood pressure and pulse changes
  7. Changes in mood
  8. Changes in sex drive or ability
  9. Changes in vision or blurred vision
  10. Chest pain
  11. Constipation
  12. Depression
  13. Diarrhea
  14. Difficulty breathing or swallowing
  15. Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep
  16. Dizziness or faintness Drowsiness
  17. Dry mouth
  18. Fast, pounding, or irregular heartbeat
  19. Fever
  20. Hallucinations
  21. Headaches
  22. Heartburn
  23. Hives
  24. Hoarseness
  25. Hypersensitivity
  26. Increased irritability
  27. Insomnia
  28. Involuntary tics and twitching
  29. Itching
  30. Liver problems
  31. Loss of appetite
  32. Mania
  33. Mental/mood changes
  34. Muscle or joint pain
  35. Nausea
  36. Nervousness
  37. Painful menstruation
  38. Psychosis
  39. Purple blotches under the skin
  40. Restlessness
  41. Seizures
  42. Slow or difficult speech
  43. Sore throat
  44. Stomach pain
  45. Stuffed or runny nose
  46. Stunted growth
  47. Suicidal thoughts
  48. Swelling inside the nose
  49. Swelling of the eyes, face, tongue, or throat
  50. Toxic psychosis
  51. Unusual bleeding or bruising
  52. Unusual sadness or crying
  53. Unusual weakness or tiredness
  54. Violent behavior
  55. Vomiting
  56. Weakness or numbness of an arm or leg
  57. Weight loss
  58. “Zombie” demeanor

For a complete report of the KNOWN side effects of Desoxyn – you can download a great detailed report here:  Desoxyn Side Effects

Sadly. Neither your doctors, health professionals or pharmacist are going to go to any lengths in ensuring you KNOW the complete side effects of the “meds” they are prescribing and selling you.

In this day and age. It is really up to YOU. To take full responsibility for your own health. By getting as fully informed about the disease you are facing.

The available medical treatments. Traditional and non-traditional. Thereby being in a position that is the BEST to making the most appropriate one when you are being prescribed Desoxyn or you have the responsibility of looking after the well-being of a child, parent or loved one who is being prescribed Desoxyn for any health “treatment.”

Daytrana Side Effects

Daytrana as one of the classes of psychostimulants technically fits in the methylphenidate group of drugs – though as a skin patch.

daytrana

Other brand names include: Equasym and the more popular Ritalin….

equasymritalin

According to the Medline Plus gov website.

Methylphenidate can be habit-forming. Do not take a larger dose, take it more often, take it for a longer time, or take it in a different way than prescribed by your doctor.

If you take too much methylphenidate, you may find that the medication no longer controls your symptoms, you may feel a need to take large amounts of the medication, and you may experience unusual changes in your behavior.

Tell your doctor if you drink or have ever drunk large amounts of alcohol, use or have ever used street drugs, or have overused prescription medications.

Do not stop taking methylphenidate without talking to your doctor, especially if you have overused the medication. Your doctor will probably decrease your dose gradually and monitor you carefully during this time. You may develop severe depression if you suddenly stop taking methylphenidate after overusing it. Your doctor may need to monitor you carefully after you stop taking methylphenidate, even if you have not overused the medication, because your symptoms may worsen when treatment is stopped.

Do not sell, give away, or let anyone else take your medication. Selling or giving away methylphenidate may harm others and is against the law. Store methylphenidate in a safe place so no one else can take it accidentally or on purpose. Keep track of how much medication is left so you will know if any is missing.

Your doctor or pharmacist will give you the manufacturer’s patient information sheet (Medication Guide) when you begin treatment with methylphenidate and each time you get more medication. Read the information carefully and ask your doctor or pharmacist if you have any questions. You can also visit the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) website (http://www.fda.gov/Drugs/DrugSafety/ucm085729.htm) or the manufacturer’s website to obtain the Medication Guide

You can learn more by going to their website here:  Daytrana Drug Info

Watch documentary on psychotropic drugs

The known side effects for Daytrana are a long list. Much the same for the entire range of psychotropics available on the market place.

This pie chart is a good summary to start with and will give a clear indication of what you or someone under your care is going to be in for, if Daytrana has been prescribed by a “health professional” in the course of treatment.

pie-chart-of-adverse-reactions

One can safely assume. That the side effects experienced would only get worse when Daytrana  will be consumed with any other drugs….

Here’s a complete list of side effects that may be experienced during the consumption of Daytrana.

  1. Abdominal pain
  2. Aggressive or hostile behavior
  3. Agitation
  4. Angina (sudden acute pain)
  5. Anorexia Blisters or rash
  6. Blood pressure and pulse changes
  7. Changes in mood
  8. Changes in sex drive or ability
  9. Changes in vision or blurred vision
  10. Chest pain
  11. Constipation
  12. Depression
  13. Diarrhea
  14. Difficulty breathing or swallowing
  15. Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep
  16. Dizziness or faintness Drowsiness
  17. Dry mouth
  18. Fast, pounding, or irregular heartbeat
  19. Fever
  20. Hallucinations
  21. Headaches
  22. Heartburn
  23. Hives
  24. Hoarseness
  25. Hypersensitivity
  26. Increased irritability
  27. Insomnia
  28. Involuntary tics and twitching
  29. Itching
  30. Liver problems
  31. Loss of appetite
  32. Mania
  33. Mental/mood changes
  34. Muscle or joint pain
  35. Nausea
  36. Nervousness
  37. Painful menstruation
  38. Psychosis
  39. Purple blotches under the skin
  40. Restlessness
  41. Seizures
  42. Slow or difficult speech
  43. Sore throat
  44. Stomach pain
  45. Stuffed or runny nose
  46. Stunted growth
  47. Suicidal thoughts
  48. Swelling inside the nose
  49. Swelling of the eyes, face, tongue, or throat
  50. Toxic psychosis
  51. Unusual bleeding or bruising
  52. Unusual sadness or crying
  53. Unusual weakness or tiredness
  54. Violent behavior
  55. Vomiting
  56. Weakness or numbness of an arm or leg
  57. Weight loss
  58. “Zombie” demeanor

For a complete report of the KNOWN side effects of Daytrana – you can download a great detailed report here:  Daytrana Side Effects

Sadly. Neither your doctors, health professionals or pharmacist are going to go to any lengths in ensuring you KNOW the complete side effects of the “meds” they are prescribing and selling you.

In this day and age. It is really up to YOU. To take full responsibility for your own health. By getting as fully informed about the disease you are facing.

The available medical treatments. Traditional and non-traditional. Thereby being in a position that is the BEST to making the most appropriate one when you are being prescribed Daytrana, Ritalin or Equasym or have the responsibility of looking after the well-being of a child, parent or loved one who is being prescribed Ritalin for any health “treatment.”

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Concerta – Side Effects you NEED to know about….

Concerta as one of the classes of psychostimulants technically fits in the methylphenidate group of drugs.

concerta

According to the Medline Plus gov website.

Methylphenidate can be habit-forming. Do not take a larger dose, take it more often, take it for a longer time, or take it in a different way than prescribed by your doctor.

If you take too much methylphenidate, you may find that the medication no longer controls your symptoms, you may feel a need to take large amounts of the medication, and you may experience unusual changes in your behavior.

Tell your doctor if you drink or have ever drunk large amounts of alcohol, use or have ever used street drugs, or have overused prescription medications.

Do not stop taking methylphenidate without talking to your doctor, especially if you have overused the medication. Your doctor will probably decrease your dose gradually and monitor you carefully during this time. You may develop severe depression if you suddenly stop taking methylphenidate after overusing it. Your doctor may need to monitor you carefully after you stop taking methylphenidate, even if you have not overused the medication, because your symptoms may worsen when treatment is stopped.

Do not sell, give away, or let anyone else take your medication. Selling or giving away methylphenidate may harm others and is against the law. Store methylphenidate in a safe place so no one else can take it accidentally or on purpose. Keep track of how much medication is left so you will know if any is missing.

Your doctor or pharmacist will give you the manufacturer’s patient information sheet (Medication Guide) when you begin treatment with methylphenidate and each time you get more medication. Read the information carefully and ask your doctor or pharmacist if you have any questions. You can also visit the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) website (http://www.fda.gov/Drugs/DrugSafety/ucm085729.htm) or the manufacturer’s website to obtain the Medication Guide

You can learn more by going to their website here: Concerta Drug Info

Watch documentary on psychotropic drugs

The known side effects for Concerta are a long list. Much the same for the entire range of psychotropics available on the market place.

This pie chart is a good summary to start with and will give a clear indication of what you or someone under your care is going to be in for, if Concerta has been prescribed by a “health professional” in the course of treatment.

pie-chart-of-adverse-reactions

One can safely assume. That the side effects experienced would only get worse when Concerta is being consumed with any other drugs….

Here’s a complete list of side effects that may be experienced during the consumption of Concerta.

  1. Abdominal pain
  2. Aggressive or hostile behavior
  3. Agitation
  4. Angina (sudden acute pain)
  5. Anorexia Blisters or rash
  6. Blood pressure and pulse changes
  7. Changes in mood
  8. Changes in sex drive or ability
  9. Changes in vision or blurred vision
  10. Chest pain
  11. Constipation
  12. Depression
  13. Diarrhea
  14. Difficulty breathing or swallowing
  15. Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep
  16. Dizziness or faintness Drowsiness
  17. Dry mouth
  18. Fast, pounding, or irregular heartbeat
  19. Fever
  20. Hallucinations
  21. Headaches
  22. Heartburn
  23. Hives
  24. Hoarseness
  25. Hypersensitivity
  26. Increased irritability
  27. Insomnia
  28. Involuntary tics and twitching
  29. Itching
  30. Liver problems
  31. Loss of appetite
  32. Mania
  33. Mental/mood changes
  34. Muscle or joint pain
  35. Nausea
  36. Nervousness
  37. Painful menstruation
  38. Psychosis
  39. Purple blotches under the skin
  40. Restlessness
  41. Seizures
  42. Slow or difficult speech
  43. Sore throat
  44. Stomach pain
  45. Stuffed or runny nose
  46. Stunted growth
  47. Suicidal thoughts
  48. Swelling inside the nose
  49. Swelling of the eyes, face, tongue, or throat
  50. Toxic psychosis
  51. Unusual bleeding or bruising
  52. Unusual sadness or crying
  53. Unusual weakness or tiredness
  54. Violent behavior
  55. Vomiting
  56. Weakness or numbness of an arm or leg
  57. Weight loss
  58. “Zombie” demeanor

For a complete report of the KNOWN side effects of Concerta – you can download a great detailed report here:  Concerta Side Effects

Unfortunately. Neither your doctors, health professionals or pharmacist are going to go to any lengths in ensuring you KNOW the complete side effects of the “meds” they are prescribing and selling you.

In this day and age. It is up to YOU. To take full responsibility for your own health. By getting as fully informed about the disease you are facing.

The available medical treatments. Traditional and non-traditional. Thereby being in a position that is the BEST to making the most appropriate one when you are being prescribed Concerta or you have the responsibility of looking after the well-being of a child, parent or loved one who is being prescribed Concerta for any health “treatment.”

Benzedrine – Known Side Effects

Benzedrine as one of the classes of psychostimulants technically fits in the amphetamine group of drugs.

benzerdrine

According to the Drug Info website.

Amphetamines are stimulant drugs, which means they speed up the messages travelling between the brain and the body.1

Some types of amphetamines are legally prescribed by doctors to treat conditions such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy (where a person has an uncontrollable urge to sleep). Other types of amphetamines such as speed are produced and sold illegally. The more potent form, crystal methamphetamine (ice), is covered in a separate fact sheet.1

The appearance of amphetamines varies. These drugs may be in the form of a powder, tablets, crystals and capsules. They may be packaged in ‘foils’ (aluminium foil), plastic bags or small balloons when sold illegally.2

Amphetamine powder can range in colour from white through to brown, sometimes it may have traces of grey or pink. It has a strong smell and bitter taste. Amphetamine capsules and tablets vary considerably in size and colour.1

Illegally produced amphetamines can be a mix of drugs, binding agents, caffeine and sugar.

Slang names

Speed, fast, up, uppers, louee, goey, whiz.

You can learn more by going to their website here: Drug Info

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The known side effects for Benzedrine are a long list. Much the same for the entire range of psychotropics available on the market place.

This pie chart is a good summary to start with and will give a clear indication of what you or someone under your care is going to be in for, in the event that Benzedrine has been prescribed by a “health professional” in the course of treatment.

pie-chart-of-adverse-reactions

It would be safe to say. That the side effects experienced would only get worse when Benzedrine is being consumed with any other drugs….

Here’s a complete list of side effects that may be experienced during the consumption of Benzedrine.

  1. Abdominal pain
  2. Aggressive or hostile behavior
  3. Agitation
  4. Angina (sudden acute pain)
  5. Anorexia Blisters or rash
  6. Blood pressure and pulse changes
  7. Changes in mood
  8. Changes in sex drive or ability
  9. Changes in vision or blurred vision
  10. Chest pain
  11. Constipation
  12. Depression
  13. Diarrhea
  14. Difficulty breathing or swallowing
  15. Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep
  16. Dizziness or faintness Drowsiness
  17. Dry mouth
  18. Fast, pounding, or irregular heartbeat
  19. Fever
  20. Hallucinations
  21. Headaches
  22. Heartburn
  23. Hives
  24. Hoarseness
  25. Hypersensitivity
  26. Increased irritability
  27. Insomnia
  28. Involuntary tics and twitching
  29. Itching
  30. Liver problems
  31. Loss of appetite
  32. Mania
  33. Mental/mood changes
  34. Muscle or joint pain
  35. Nausea
  36. Nervousness
  37. Painful menstruation
  38. Psychosis
  39. Purple blotches under the skin
  40. Restlessness
  41. Seizures
  42. Slow or difficult speech
  43. Sore throat
  44. Stomach pain
  45. Stuffed or runny nose
  46. Stunted growth
  47. Suicidal thoughts
  48. Swelling inside the nose
  49. Swelling of the eyes, face, tongue, or throat
  50. Toxic psychosis
  51. Unusual bleeding or bruising
  52. Unusual sadness or crying
  53. Unusual weakness or tiredness
  54. Violent behavior
  55. Vomiting
  56. Weakness or numbness of an arm or leg
  57. Weight loss
  58. “Zombie” demeanor

For a complete report of the KNOWN side effects of Benzdrine – you can download a great detailed report here:  Benzedrine Side Effects

Unfortunately. Neither your doctors, health professionals or pharmacist are going to go to any lengths in ensuring you KNOW the complete side effects of the “meds” they are prescribing and selling you.

In this day and age. It is up to YOU. To take full responsibility for your own health. By getting as fully informed about the disease you are facing.

The available medical treatments. Traditional and non-traditional. Thereby being in a position that is the BEST to making the most appropriate one when you are being prescribed Benzedrine or you have the responsibility of looking after the well-being of a child, parent or loved one who is being prescribed benzedrine for any health “treatment.”

Adderall – side effects that you need to know!

Adderall as one of the classes of psychostimulants technically fits in the methamphetamine and dextroamphetamine group of drugs.

adderall

According to the National Institute Drug Abuse website.

A Methamphetamine (also called meth, crystal, chalk, and ice, among other terms) is an extremely addictive stimulant drug that is chemically similar to amphetamine. It takes the form of a white, odorless, bitter-tasting crystalline powder.

You can learn more by going to their website here: Drug Facts

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The known side effects for Adderall are a long list. Much the same for the entire range of psychotropics available on the market place.

This pie chart is a good summary to start with and will give a clear indication of what you or someone under your care is going to be in for, in the event that Adderall has been prescribed by a “health professional” in the course of treatment.

pie-chart-of-adverse-reactions

It would be safe to say. That the side effects experienced would only get worse in event that Adderall is being consumed with any other drugs….

Here’s a complete list of side effects that may be experienced during the consumption of Adderall.

  1. Abdominal pain
  2. Aggressive or hostile behavior
  3. Agitation
  4. Angina (sudden acute pain)
  5. Anorexia Blisters or rash
  6. Blood pressure and pulse changes
  7. Changes in mood
  8. Changes in sex drive or ability
  9. Changes in vision or blurred vision
  10. Chest pain
  11. Constipation
  12. Depression
  13. Diarrhea
  14. Difficulty breathing or swallowing
  15. Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep
  16. Dizziness or faintness Drowsiness
  17. Dry mouth
  18. Fast, pounding, or irregular heartbeat
  19. Fever
  20. Hallucinations
  21. Headaches
  22. Heartburn
  23. Hives
  24. Hoarseness
  25. Hypersensitivity
  26. Increased irritability
  27. Insomnia
  28. Involuntary tics and twitching
  29. Itching
  30. Liver problems
  31. Loss of appetite
  32. Mania
  33. Mental/mood changes
  34. Muscle or joint pain
  35. Nausea
  36. Nervousness
  37. Painful menstruation
  38. Psychosis
  39. Purple blotches under the skin
  40. Restlessness
  41. Seizures
  42. Slow or difficult speech
  43. Sore throat
  44. Stomach pain
  45. Stuffed or runny nose
  46. Stunted growth
  47. Suicidal thoughts
  48. Swelling inside the nose
  49. Swelling of the eyes, face, tongue, or throat
  50. Toxic psychosis
  51. Unusual bleeding or bruising
  52. Unusual sadness or crying
  53. Unusual weakness or tiredness
  54. Violent behavior
  55. Vomiting
  56. Weakness or numbness of an arm or leg
  57. Weight loss
  58. “Zombie” demeanor

For a complete report of the KNOWN side effects of Adderall – you can download a great detailed report here: Adderall Side Effects

Unfortunately. Neither your doctors, health professionals or pharmacist are going to go to any lengths in ensuring you KNOW the complete side effects of the “meds” they are prescribing and selling you.

In this day and age. It is up to YOU. To take full responsibility for your own health. By getting as fully informed about the disease you are facing.

The available medical treatments. Traditional and non-traditional. Thereby being in a position that is the BEST to making the most appropriate one when you are being prescribed Adderall or you have the responsibility of looking after the well-being of a child, parent or loved one who is being prescribed Adderall for “treatment.”