Dextrostat Addiction And Abuse
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You should take Dextrostat regularly to see an improvement in your condition. Never take a larger dose or more medication than prescribed, as this can cause adverse side effects and increase your chance of developing dependency issues. Do not continue taking Dextrostat if your doctor advises that you stop taking this medication. Always inform your doctor if the medication’s effects stop improving symptoms of your condition.
Typically taken between one and three times a day, this medication works by increasing the level of certain chemicals within your brain — such as dopamine — to improve alertness and decrease impulsive behaviors. You should only take Dextrostat as prescribed by your doctor. Misusing your prescription can lead to severe side effects that can result in overdose or death.
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Contact your doctor if you experience serious side effects such as numbness in your extremities, hallucinations, severe changes in mood, muscle twitching, extreme weight loss or thoughts of suicide. Seek immediate medical attention if you experience any chest or jaw pain, shortness of breath, severe headaches, seizures or irregular heartbeat, as these symptoms can indicate a dangerous drug interaction or overdose. If you believe your Dextrostat use has become out of hand, it’s time to speak to someone who knows how to deal with substance use disorders head-on. Contact us today to see how recovery can work for you.
Avoid using alcohol or other substances that cause dizziness while on Dextrostat, as this can exaggerate these side effects. Avoid taking any other medications while taking Dextrostat, especially MAO inhibitors or medications that raise your blood pressure. Taking these types of drugs while on Dextrostat can result in a fatal drug interaction. Always inform your doctor of any new symptoms or changes in your condition while on Dextrostat.
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