What do you mean by Vyvanse?
Well, Vyvanse is lisdexamfetamine dimesylate. I know it is tough for you to understand.
Let me explain it in a simpler way.
The Vyvanse is a central nervous system stimulant and it is a prescription medicine that is used to treat conditions like Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder [ADHD] (1), Moderate to Severe Binge Eating Disorder [BED]. (2)
Some individuals think that it is used for weight loss but it is not true. It can lead to severe side-effects if taken or engulfed in high doses.
Now the Question is: What exactly is Valium High?
Let’s get down to watch the show..!
Understanding the Drug: Vyvanse
The chemical name of this drug is lisdexamfetamine dimesylate (2S)-2,6-diamino N-[(1S)-1-methyl-2-phenylethyl] hexanamide dimethanesulfonate.
The drug is water soluble.
The drug is available in the form of chewable tablets and capsules.
The drug is taken once-a-day (in the morning) through the oral mode of administration.
What Are The Side-Effects Of Vyvanse High dose?
There are some serious side-effects associated with Vyvanse drug use. Some allergic reactions are also associated. I am going to utter the both.
Get Immediate Medical Help if you have any of the following allergic reactions:
- Urticaria (3)
- Dyspnea (Difficulty in breathing)
- Swelling of tongue, lips, face or throat
Call Your Doctor Immediately in case of these Serious side-effects:
- Uneven, fast, or pounding heartbeat.
- Decreased blood pressure.
- Restlessness, Tremor, and muscle twitches.
- Alarmingly high blood pressure which may lead to blurred vision, buzzing in the ear, severe headache, anxiety, seizures etc.
Other Common Side-effects are:
- Weight loss
- Loss of appetite
- Increased heart rate
- Abdominal cramps
- Sleep problems like insomnia
Take Vyvanse, Anyway.But remember these precautions!
Precautions While Taking Vyvanse:
- When your doctor prescribes you Vyvanse: Tell your Doctor about the allergies that you have.
- If you are allergic to any other drug: You should inform your doctor about the drugs you are allergic to. This is because your allergies may get exaggerated in future with the Vyvanse high dosage.
- If you have any illness and you are taking any medication for the same: You should inform your doctor about the drug you are taking to avoid any harmful drug interactions.
- Pregnancy: Yes, you heard that right. If you are pregnant or even planning for a pregnancy, you should tell your doctor clearly about it.
- If you are a lactating mother: You should not take this drug as it may harm your baby.
Directions For Use:
Let us know about the proper method of its administration.
You can take Vyvanse early in the morning orally (with or without food).
You should avoid taking Vyvanse in the afternoon because it can lead to insomnia.
You can either take it in the form of a capsule or as a chewable tablet.
Well, Let’s get down to the business!
How To Take Vyvanse Capsules?
- You can swallow the whole capsule. But it can get tough for the children to swallow it as a whole.
- Don’t worry! There is a solution.
- In such cases, you can follow the following method.
- Open the capsule and mix the entire ingredients with the orange juice, yogurt or water.
- Another thing that you can do is: Make a fine powder with the help of a spoon and then take it along with the water.
How To Take Vyvanse Chewable Tablets?
- Before swallowing, Chew these tablets thoroughly.
- These chewable tablets can be used as a substitute for the capsules.
What happens when you take Vyvanse high dose or Overdose the drug?
The overdose of Vyvanse can lead to severe problems. These are as follows:
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How to Choose the Right Dose?
Doctors usually start with a 30 mg dose.
After this, the doctor increases the dose, that is 50 mg and then up to 70 mg (if required).
If 70 mg is creating too many side-effects, then it may be dropped down to 50 mg again.
In Us, it is available in different strengths. These are as follows:
- 20 mg
- 30 mg
- 40 mg
- 50 mg
- 60 mg
- 70 mg
Does Vyvanse Get You High?
Vyvanse is an amphetamine and yes, it can surely get you high!
But, you should understand that each individual responds differently to different levels of doses.
Sometimes, you may only have some milder effects like tooth grinding, foot tapping and babbling too much.
The high is really peaceful (in some cases) and gives you a feeling of euphoria.
Since it is being used to treat ADHD (4), people have reported incredible mood lift, motivation, and increased concentration for a long time. The user may feel very energetic and the productive hours has been known to increase manifold.
If you are high on Vyvanse, you may feel like you are the king of the world and you may get a staggering desire to sprint all around.
People taking 50mgs of Vyvanse have claimed to experience very relaxing effects.
It may make the world seem bright and fuzzy to you.
Adderall High vs. Vyvanse High
Both Adderall and Vyvanse have been categorized under “Schedule II” which means that they have the potential for abuse and their prolonged use may result in drug dependence.
So, Is there any difference between ‘Adderall High’ and ‘Vyvanse High’?
Let’s Find Out!
Well, If we compare the effects of both these drugs, we can surely find some dissimilarities in their effects.
To start with, Vyvanse is a pure dexamphetamine whereas Adderall is 70% dex 30% lis.
➸The effects of Vyvanse are known to last for 10-12 hours compared to Adderall’s 5-6 hour effects.
➸Vyvanse is generally considered ‘smoother’ than Adderall due to the gradual increase in intensity compared to Adderall.
➸‘Vyvanse high’ is generally more body oriented compared to that of Adderall. Still, there is a nicer positive mood lift and an increased empathy associated with Vyvanse.
➸Those who tend to use amphetamine for recreational purposes prefer Adderall over Vyvanse since the latter takes a longer time to produce the effects (and 12 hours is too long a period for them to be stimmed out that way).
➸Since Adderall is known to produce an immediate effect it has a higher potential for abuse whereas Vyvanse produces a noticeably delayed effect.
➸Also, most users snort Adderall for a greater “high”.
All things considered, Vyvanse is utilized into 100% dextroamphetamine, though Adderall is just 75% dextroamphetamine and 25% levoamphetamine; it could be concluded that the presence of levoamphetamine may make Adderall less addictive.
When to seek medical help?
- The individuals who are taking (MAOI) monoamine oxidase inhibitor (which is an antidepressant medicine) can have allergic reactions with the Vyvanse high dose.
- Seek your doctor’s help if your child shows signs of chest pain, heartburn, fainting (while having Vyvanse).
- Call your Doctor immediately if you see some unexpected wounds on your fingers and your toes.
- Check for the growth and height of your child if he is having Vyvanse medicine. If the growth of your child has stopped, then you should immediately consult the Doctor.
- If you or your child (whoever is taking the drug) faces numbness in the extremities, fingers, or toes, you should seek medical help.
- If you are having severe pain in your hands and feet and you are experiencing high body temperature, you should consult your Doctor.
Ending Up With the Journey
In this article, we have discussed every possible detail associated with the drug ‘Vyvanse’.
I would advise you to read it thoroughly.
After all, You don’t want to put your health at stake.
A lot of people are tempted by the excitement or escape that Vyvanse seems to offer.
Many people call it as “harmless recreation.” (But, I don’t find it that convincing!)
Indeed, Vyvanse has proven to be beneficial for the treatment of ADHD and BED.
But does that mean we should start using this drug just to find an escape from our problems?
I am sure you are not that weak. (Are you?)
If you have some unanswered questions in your mind, feel free to ask. I would love to answer you.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Can a 10 mg increase of my Vyvanse dosage (now at 60 mg, was at 50 mg) affect a 4.63 thyroid level?
Well, you know that Vyvanse is a stimulant that causes several chemical changes in the brain and nerves that control the hyperactivity.
Some side-effects are nausea, vomiting, headache, rise or fall in blood pressure, kidney problems, weight loss, insomnia etc. Consult your Doctor about the disturbance in thyroid levels. As thyroid levels are not listed in the side-effects. Probability is less.
My son is suffering from ADHD. He is 12 years old. He is taking Vyvanse for this. He is performing a lot of involuntary actions with his mouth. Is that because of Vyvanse?
Vyvanse is a stimulant and it creates many chemical changes in the brain. Hyper movements of head, neck, hands, and legs are seen.
These are common signs. So, involuntary movements of mouth are nearly a possible symptom. But still, you should consult your Doctor for this. He can guide you better in this regard.
Can I open the Vyvanse capsule or is there any liquid medicine option available?
Yes, you can open Vyvanse capsule and can take it along with water, orange juice or lemon juice. The dose cannot be divided. You have to take it as a whole. The liquid option is not available, I guess.
You should consult your Doctor for this.