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Dexedrine 15mg Pills is a useful medication in treating both attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and narcolepsy, when used as prescribed. But Dexedrine is also a drug prone to abuse, and addicts are drawn to the increased wakefulness and sense of euphoria it provides.
Dexedrine is the brand name for Dextroamphetamine, a psycho-stimulant drug that produces amphetamine-like effects in users. Dexedrine and other stimulants lead to enhanced brain activity and can eliminate feelings of fatigue — traits which prompted soldiers to use stimulants on the battle front during World War II, and more recently, truckers to ingest stimulants during cross-country drives.
However, as stimulants grew more popular, the serious health consequences of drugs like Dexedrine became recognized by the medical community. Doctors nowadays prescribe stimulants for fewer medical conditions, like asthma, than they have in years past.
How is Dexedrine consumed?
Dexedrine is typically ingested in either tablet or capsule form, but the drug can also be injected directly into the bloodstream.
How Widespread is Dexedrine Addiction?
Dexedrine, while abused by addicts of all ages, is a particular problem among college students who may take the drug while cramming for exams. The 2001 Harvard School of Public Health College Alcohol Study found 4% of college students surveyed had taken Dexedrine or another stimulant without a prescription during that year. The rate of abuse was higher for men than for women, and higher among Caucasian students than African-American or Asian students.
Students at highly competitive universities were more likely to turn to stimulants as fuel for their all-night study sessions, and some campuses had stimulant abuse rates as high as 25%.
High school and middle school students are also taking stimulants for non-medical reasons. According to the National Survey on Drug and Health, 510,000 youth aged 12 to 17 used Dexedrine or other stimulants non-medically in 2006, which represented 2% of the U.S. teenaged population. Teens who engaged in stimulant abuse, according to the survey, were more than twice as likely to have engaged in “delinquent” behaviors such as getting into serious fights, selling drugs or stealing.