Unfortunately, millions of people use Adderall without a prescription at all. In fact, some studies suggest that as many as 4.4% of total 12th graders have tried Adderall at least once (comparatively, about 1% of the total population hold a prescription). That means there are more risks and more risks of overdose for many Adderall users, simply because they might be using without a prescription, without dosing, and without a Risk Evaluation & Management Schedule in place.
For more information read the complete article “Is it Possible to Overdose on Adderall?” on our blog.
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