Adderall XR 10 Mg Tablet is a drug that is used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). It works by increasing dopamine, a chemical in the brain that helps control movement, attention, sleep and mood.
The drug can be prescribed to children who have ADHD and are over 6 years old. It also can be given to adults who have ADHD and need treatment for their symptoms.
Side effects of this medication include difficulty sleeping, decreased appetite, dry mouth and weight loss. Adderall XR 10 Mg Tablet may also cause high blood pressure, heart palpitations and seizures.
If you take this medication as prescribed by your doctor, it may be effective at treating your symptoms of ADHD.
The extended-release version of Adderall is called Adderall XR 10 mg tablet. This form of the drug comes in tablet form, which means it can be swallowed whole or crushed and mixed with water or food. One dose lasts for 12 hours, so you take one pill once every day at the same time to keep your symptoms under control throughout the day.
The Adderall XR 10 mg tablet comes in two forms: an orange capsule and an orange tablet that looks like a rounded square with rounded corners (which makes it look like an orange). The orange capsule contains 20 mg of amphetamine base (the same amount as its immediate-release counterpart), while the orange tablet contains 30 mg of amphetamine base (the same amount as its immediate-release counterpart).
When you take Adderall, it increases your heart rate and blood pressure. It also increases your body temperature and suppresses your appetite. In addition to treating ADHD, Adderall can be used to treat narcolepsy (excessive daytime sleepiness), obstructive sleep apnea, or depression associated with bipolar disorder or major depressive disorder.
The drug works by increasing levels of dopamine and norepinephrine in the brain, two chemicals that are responsible for regulating things like focus and attention.
The generic form of Adderall contains 10 mg of amphetamine salts, while the brand name version contains 5 mg or 10 mg of amphetamine salts. The dosage for adults ranges from 20 mg per day to 60 mg per day. Children between 6 and 12 years old should take 5 mg per day, while children between 13 and 17 years old should take 10 mg per day.
The XR form of Adderall contains extended release beads that contain amphetamine salts; these beads slowly release the drug into your system over an extended period of time so that you only need to take one dose each day instead of multiple doses throughout the day as with other types of amphetamines like Ritalin or Concerta.
While Adderall may be prescribed off-label for other conditions such as depression or sleep disorders, it’s important to note that there are no studies demonstrating its effectiveness for these uses.