Lol!! "Go make me a sandwich." OMG that cracked me up.
Obviously the rest is pretty hopeless. Sheesh, lol.
"Make me a sandwich." hahaha... that was awesome. I am seriously going to have that stuck in my head for a week.
I swear to god, I'm not being sarcastic at all that is just making me so giddy... I can't wipe this stupid grin off my face, its such like a girlie, cute flame, I can just hear the high pitched voice saying it.
Maybe its so funny because of the irony behind the whole post where before you were all like trying to be reasonable and telling me I should chillllll ooouuuutttt and then you go to the other extreme and FLIP OUT... lol... and the fact that it is all because some dude feels the need to throw out insults because someone wasn't able to psychically realize that he knew you first hand rather than the common sense thought that he was just reading off your profile. Then your all like 'coming to his aid' and the fact your a girl and you said, "Make me a sandwich". lmao!
Woooo, man.. I'm sure you'll think I'm being sarcastic, I promise I'm not, but I have got to thank you for that bit of ecstasy you gave me there.
Oh, and not sure if you realized it or not KILL JOY, probably wouldn't matter anyway, but I was referring in my previous post to your friend being the one who needed to chill out. Not you.
Missmay- (and Kill Joy)
I haven't researched this much so I really don't know a whole lot about it but in the people I do remember complaining of any issues involving working out while on adderall, they usually describe their hearts to be intensely thumping in their chest (a pretty obvious sign that your heart is working a bit too hard).
Here is a quote (below) from wikipedia I just found regarding Canada's temporary ban on adderall. It seems they found very little linkage between cardiac death stemming from normal adderall dosages unless of course the people had heart conditions or they OD'd. Not to sound like I'm badmouthing your dosage of adderall but I'm not sure if 90mg approaches an 'OD' level; most likely not. Honestly though I never know which of these studies is trustworthy because there is so much dang money wrapped up in their results and it is so easy for whoever does them to deceive people with their 'research study' methods. Really though, if people were dropping dead from adderall use and strenuous exercise I think we'd be hearing about it because its such a popular drug. I really don't think there is any cause for concern. Then again there's sure to be more research out there that says otherwise.
I would be lying if I said I didn't feel my heart going crazy in my chest more often on adderall than off of it (usually during long runs).
"On February 9, 2005, Health Canada suspended all sales of Adderall XR after data collected by manufacturer Shire Pharmaceuticals linked the drug to 12 sudden deaths in American children between the years of 1999 to 2003. Further research, however, found little data suggesting use of Adderall resulted in an increased risk of cardiac defect. Of the twelve sudden deaths positively linked to pediatric Adderall users during the four year period, five had known pre-existing cardiac conditions, one died after strenuous exercise in 110 degree heat and two had levels suggestive of an overdose. Given the more than 37,000,000 prescriptions for Adderall filled during the four years, the US Food and Drug Administration could find no increased risk of sudden death among Adderall users beyond the normal rate of the general population."-Psychology Wiki
(scroll to 'government warnings')