Generic Name: LISDEXAMFETAMINE - ORAL Pronounced: (lis-DEX-am-FET-a-meen) Vyvanse Oral Uses
Lisdexamfetamine is used to treat attention deficit
hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) as part of a total treatment plan, including
psychological, social, and other treatments. It may help to increase the
ability to pay attention, stay focused, and stop fidgeting.
This medication is a stimulant. It is thought to work by
restoring the balance of certain natural chemicals (neurotransmitters) in the
This medication is not recommended for use in children
younger than 3 years.
How To Use Vyvanse Oral
Read the Medication Guide provided by your pharmacist
before you start using this medication and each time you get a refill. If you
have any questions, consult your doctor or pharmacist.
Take this medication with or without food, usually once
daily in the morning or as directed by your doctor. Do not take this medication
in the afternoon ...
I let the most bizarre things fall through the cracks. At home it's usually something small, like when I was steeping herbs in olive oil, and left them in the jars for over a year (it should have only been a month or so). At work it's usually something small too. Not all the time, but frequently enough to be a potential problem.
It only recently dawned on me that this is a pattern with me. I think I realized it somewhere at the back of my head for years, but let's put it this way - I only recently realized that it was really dumb.
What brought this to the surface of my brain was something fairly small in the scheme of things as far as my job goes (just like at home, it's usually something small). In the beginning of each semester, we have to move a lot of classes out of one classroom and into another because the instructor doesn't like the class that was assigned. Occasionally one of the special events (everything that's not an academic class) I've scheduled into a room,...
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As an avid and enthusiastic traveler, one thing I was adamant about from the moment I was diagnosed with RA was that I was not going to let it stop me from seeing as much of the world as I could. I knew that traveling would be different with RA, but what can I say- I’m stubborn about giving up the things I love.
That summer, though I had never done anything so ambitious before developing RA, I set out with two friends to go to South America for three weeks. The trip included seeing Macchu Piccu, trekking through the Amazon and staying on a tiny island on Lake Titicaca. It took weeks of planning, several doctor visits and all my organization skills to make sure I was prepared for such a trip- and for anything that might happen. Though it was hard on my body, the trip went fantastically, and I victoriously dubbed it my ‘I have RA, but RA doesn’t have me’ trip.
With that first adventure under my belt, I no longer felt so wo...
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