Adderall's intended use is for the treatment of ADHD (Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder) and helps to calm the symptoms of those who suffer from it. Many people, however, and especially students, have been abusing the drug due to the hyperfocus state it
provides to people who don't suffer from ADHD. Adderall can be addictive, and abusers of the drug can suffer from side effects like insomnia, hallucinationis, high blood pressure, and numbness. Focusing after having abused the drug can be extremely difficult. Learn more about Adderall's effects and get help for addiction at iAddiction.com.