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What happens to the brain from extended use of Vyvanse?

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Over time, due to the continued use of Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine), dopamine (D1/D2) receptors, start to become desensitized. Daily use, no matter what the dosage, can and will cause both short & long-term down-regulation of dopamine receptors & the DAT (Dopamine transporter). read more

Brain chemistry. Functioning. Structure. Stimulant Use Disorder or more specifically, Vyvanse Use Disorder is a reflection of these brain changes. Vyvanse Use Disorder seriously impairs sleep and eating with chronic insomnia and malnourishment. There can also be: Suppressed growth (in young users). Liver damage. Cardiovascular problems. Vision problems. read more

Vyvanse is the brand name for lisdexamfetamine dimesylate. It is a long lasting nervous system stimulant that belongs to the class of drugs known as amphetamines. This drug is a federally controlled substance, which means it has the potential for abuse or dependence. read more

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