How can you recognize Ritalin addiction? Guidelines on how you can avoid getting addicted AND signs of Ritalin addiction here. More on Ritalin’s addictive potential in this article.
Can you take too much Ritalin to accidentally overdose? It is recommended that the daily Ritalin dose should not exceed 60 mg. More on Ritalin dosage and safety, here.
Recognize the signs and symptoms of physical addiction to Ritalin in yourself or in someone close to you. How can physical Ritalin addiction be treated? More, here.
Looking for help for a Ritalin problem? Learn what doe the process of Ritalin addiction treatment includes, and the ways to help yourself or a loved one on their journey to achieving and maintaining sobriety. More here.
What are the main effects of Ritalin (on the body and brain)? We review the postitive and negative effects of Ritalin here.
Yes, Ritalin (methylphenidate) is classified by the Drug Enfocement Administration as a Schedule II narotic. But is Ritalin a medical narcotic? More on its medical and legal classification.
Ritalin (methylphenidate) may cause sudden death, heart attack or stroke in people with heart defects or serious heart problems. More here on risks and adverse effects of Ritalin here.
Ritaline abuse = any time you take Ritalin OTHER THAN PRESCRIBED, especially for euphoric effect. Specific descriptions of Ritalin abuse here.
Yes, you can OD on Ritalin. Stimulant intoxication produces a wide array of symptoms including schizophrenic symptoms, manic-like states, psychoses, and various types of anxiety conditions. More details here.
Ritalin is used in the treatment of ADHD and is misused as a study aid or as a stimulant drug.