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7 Foods That Combat Fatigue From Adderall Withdrawal

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Fatigue is a common Adderall withdrawal symptom that can last for up to several weeks in long-term users. When used as directed, Adderall boosts energy and concentration, which is why quitting the drug abruptly can lead to fatigue. Fortunately, certain foods can help you overcome fatigue from Adderall withdrawal, and reduce its impact on your life as you recover from addiction and/or physical dependency.

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Struggling with fatigue from Adderall withdrawal? Here are seven healthy foods that naturally boost your energy and can help you get back to feeling vibrant!

1. Chia Seeds

These nutrient-dense seeds are packed with B vitamins, calcium, magnesium, and iron — all of which lend to reduced stress and higher energy levels. Chia seeds are best when added whole or ground to foods like yogurt, oatmeal, and smoothies.

2. Almonds

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Almonds can boost energy and concentration levels.

Like chia seeds, almonds are high in B vitamins and magnesium, and lend to higher overall energy levels. B vitamins are also effective at improving other common Adderall withdrawal symptoms such as irritability and poor concentration.

3. Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes are high in complex carbs and fiber to keep you feeling full and energetic for longer periods of time. This root vegetable is also loaded with magnesium and B vitamins, and an amino acid known as tryptophan, which naturally boosts serotonin to ward off stress and depression.

4. Peanut Butter

This healthy spread is packed with protein, fiber, and healthy fats that regulate blood sugar and naturally boost energy levels. Stick to using brands of peanut butter that contain peanuts and salt only, since sugars and additives may cancel out this food’s nutritious benefits.

5. Leafy Greens

Spinach, kale, and other leafy greens contain high amounts of vitamin C, iron, B vitamins, and other nutrients that combat fatigue and low energy. Some leafy greens are also high in chlorophyll, which helps ward off inflammation that can otherwise reduce energy levels.

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6. Fatty Fish

Fish such as salmon, tuna, and mackerel are high in omega-3 fatty acids, which naturally boost your energy levels, mood, and memory function. Increase your intake of fatty fish while going through Adderall withdrawal, and keep in mind these fish are high in healthy fats — not harmful fats — that can lend to overall improved health.

7. Bananas

Start eating bananas before meals or as snacks between meals to benefit from higher energy levels throughout the day. Bananas are high in B vitamins, magnesium, and complex carbs. Stick to eating ripe bananas with few brown spots, since eating bananas that are green or bright yellow in color may lead to bloating and indigestion, and interfere with your energy levels.

If you’re receiving treatment for Adderall withdrawal, talk to your doctor or nutritionist about other foods that can help you reduce fatigue. Your doctor can work with you on developing a healthy diet and menu that helps ease certain withdrawal symptoms.

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