|>> || What mg are they? And have you ever tried any amphetamines other than adderall (meth, vyvanse/elvanse, amphetamine sulfate/speed paste)? What about other stimulants? Without some more context about your previous experience with stims it's kind of difficult to give you any kind of accurate answer that will have any real meaning to you. |
Basically, expect to have a hard time eating and sleeping, not wanting to eat or drink (make sure you do this or the come down is going to be far worse), andfeeling pretty good in general for a while (like 5-7 hours). Then you're going to probably feel kinda shitty, maybe kinda zoney and out of it with no enery or motivation to do anything but still too physically stimulated/awake to sleep, as well as kinda feel sore everywhere from the increased muscle tension. You might feel a bit depressed or like it's hard to experience joy from anything (anhedonia)... things that would interest you or be fun/entertaining or totally boring and you have no desire to do those things. All of this will be much more pronounced if you don't eat or drink properly while on it.
Typically effects last for 4-8 hours, and after-effects/comedown lasts about 14 hours but upwards of potentially 16-24 hours (from the time you took the drug, of course).
>A more advnaced/ break down (beacause I just got my adderall script and have been up for two days now and couldn't help myself):
Dextroamphetamine tends to be less jittery than adderall or amphetamine sulfate and speed paste because the latter two are a racemic mixture (equal amounts of dextro and levo stereoisomers), and adderall is an equal combination of 4 different amp salts, two are racemic and two are dextro only... making it a 3:1 ratio of dextroamp to levoamp. Dexamp is much more potent as a CNS stimulant than levoamp, whereas levoamp is more peripherally stimulating. In other words, dexamp is more strongly correlated to increases in focus, attentiveness, clarity of thought, increased motivation, improvements in learning and working memory, feelings of increased energy, euphoria, increased feelings of confidence (and obviously temporary mood boost), greater desire for sex, as well as an increase in reward-seeking behavior (both a positive and negative here... it partially leads to the increased motivation, but as a downside is also is responsible for addictive and drug-seeking behaviors, with binge and prolonged usage leading to impulsive behaviors and poor impulse control).
Levoamp, in contrast, is more correlated with more physical side-effects, like increased heart rate and greater cardiovascular stess, decreased thirst and appetite, jitteriness/shakiness, vasoconstriction (blood vessels narrow... which causes coldness in the extremities and sometimes nose bleeds), increased muscle tension, muscle cramps, jaw clenching/teeth grinding, headaches, dry mouth, pupil dilation (although arguably CNS stimulation by dexamp causes plenty of pupil dilation too), dizziness, nausea, dehydration, diuretic effects (stimulation of urine production and stimulation of the GI tract--in other words it makes you pee a lot and makes you have to shit, which often is accompanied by GI disturbances like gas, upset stomach, and diarrhea) which contribute significantly to the dehydration, blurry vision (in part from pupil dilation), as well as fainting spells upon standing if vasoconstriction is bad enough (called orthostatic hypotension, causes you to lose vision, hearing, and then consciousness if you stand up too quickly).