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5 Healthy Ways to Cope With Adderall Withdrawal Symptoms After the Crash

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When you suddenly stop using Adderall, your body goes into withdrawal, also known as the “crash.” There are no known medications that effectively treat Adderall withdrawal as a whole, meaning you must cope with certain symptoms as they appear. Fortunately, there are several healthy ways to combat Adderall withdrawal symptoms and experience a safe, comfortable recovery.

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Here are five healthy ways to overcome Adderall withdrawal following the crash.

1. Know Common Withdrawal Symptoms

Quitting Adderall can trigger one or more adverse side effects that may cause pain and discomfort. But knowing what to expect from Adderall withdrawal can help you plan and prepare for ways to overcome certain symptoms. For instance, you can stock your home with healthy foods to prevent yourself from overeating and making unhealthy food choices, since increased hunger is a common Adderall withdrawal symptom.

Adderall withdrawal symptoms are:

Adderall Withdrawal Symptoms

Regular exercise will improve your mood and ability to sleep.

  • Anxiety
  • Irritability
  • Depression
  • Agitation
  • Fatigue and loss of energy
  • Insomnia
  • Excessive sleeping
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Cravings for Adderall
  • Increased hunger
  • Panic attacks
  • Suicidal thoughts

2. Exercise Regularly

Exercise releases endorphins — brain chemicals that naturally reduce pain and improve stress, anxiety, and depression. Exercising regularly can combat any pain and discomfort you might feel physically and mentally due to quitting Adderall. Exercise also helps improve and regulate your sleep patterns so you can overcome problems with insomnia or extreme fatigue during withdrawal.

3. Eat Healthy Foods

Healthy, whole foods such as fruits and vegetables are high in vitamins, antioxidants, and other nutrients that naturally help support and regulate normal bodily function. Certain nutrients can even boost your mood in a manner similar to regular exercise.

Avoid foods and beverages low in nutrition and high in fat — since these foods can worsen depression, stress, and feelings of sluggishness. Instead, eat healthy foods that naturally boost your energy and mood, such as nuts, seeds, and whole grains.

How to Stop Taking Adderall Without Withdrawal

4. Establish a Sleep Routine

Adderall withdrawal causes users to experience insomnia and extreme sleepiness interchangeably. Lack of sleep can lead to increased stress, and worsen and increase your risk for other health problems. On the other hand, sleeping too much can interfere with your daily responsibilities.

Make sleep a top priority while recovering from Adderall withdrawal. Reset your sleep schedule by going to bed at the same time every night and waking up at the same time every morning. Do relaxing activities for one to two hours before bed, and avoid watching television or spending time on your smartphone — both of which can interfere with healthy sleep patterns.

5. Visit an Addiction Treatment Center

Drug detox and drug rehab centers offer treatments that can safely and comfortably help you get through Adderall withdrawal. Many times, physicians will suggest gradually reducing your Adderall dose over time to help you avoid withdrawal symptoms completely. Other treatment centers may prescribe one or more medications that treat specific Adderall withdrawal symptoms, such as insomnia and depression.

If you’re coping with Adderall withdrawal symptoms after quitting, understand you don’t have to overcome dependency on your own without help. Call our 24/7 confidential helpline at 888-602-1971(Who Answers?) to learn more about nearby addiction treatment centers that can safely help you quit Adderall.

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