Yes, in the sense that you will be fully focused on what you are reading. What I mean is that if you have a bad memory to begin with I don't think Adderall will necesarily improve that, at least it doesn't really for me. But it will make it easier to memorize things since you will be concentrating totally on what you're reading without random thoughts popping in your head in the middle of a sentence. Meaning that I pretty much retain the same amount of information after 1 read through of something now that before I began adderall would take me 4 or 5 read throughs to get. If any of that makes sense to you (sorry, I don't think I'm articulating exactly what I'm trying to say too well).Hey Stillill, Does the Adderall make it easier to memorize what you read?
The full effects seem to come on within an hour of taking it and seem to last for about 8 hours or so (of course that depends on whether you get Extended Release pills or Instant Release). And yes it does definitly help motivate me to do, well really anything, but especially studying and reading.also, how soon does it start working once you use a pill a day? would it make you want to read more and easily get it memorize without reading over and over?
Like I said it's not going to necesarily improve your long term memory. What it does is help you concentrate. So if you are 100% focused on whatever you are studying you have a better chance of retaining that information in your head than you would if you were only half paying attention as you read. So if you are studying the multiplication tables then you would memorize them faster since you were completely focused on that without any distractions. But if you have a really bad memory then after a certain amount of time of not studying then you will still eventually forget that information and the adderall won't help with that. So basically it will help you memorize things initially but will not improve your ability to keep that information for long periods of time.Ok, i have a quick question. If you don't know your multiplication from 2 to 12, and you use the Adderall. Can it help you memorize the whole multiplication from 2 to 12?
No, adderall is a stimulant so it won't make you act like a zombie while taking it. Just the opposite actually. Of course it is possible that if you take it for a while and then stop that the come down could be rough. I've noticed that if I don't take it for a day then I am pretty tired for most of that day but it's not too bad. I guess it just depends on the person, how much they take, and how long they've been taking it.Another question i have it. Would it make you act like zombie? i know that funny right, but someone wrote a comment about that and that kinda make me scared hahaha.
No problem!You are so cool of explaining things. Thanks so much for the infos.
Hmm, that's not something I can really tell you. It's going to depend on how bad you think your ADD is, your weight, medical history and a number of other things. You should really just ask your doctor and see what he thinks. If you don't feel it's enough you can always ask to increase your dosage.How many mg should i have my doctor to prescribe for me? i mean which one works better? Once you administer the adderall. How many hours does it stay in your system?
No because the adderall isn't affecting your actual memory it's only affecting your concentration and focus.After it went away from your system, would you forget what you have read?