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PSYCHOSTIMULANTS BRAND NAMES (GENERIC NAMES) AND SIDE EFFECTS

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PSYCHOSTIMULANTS

PSYCHOSTIMULANTS BRAND NAMES () AND SIDE EFFECTS

BRAND NAMES (GENERIC NAMES)
Adderall (amphetamine and

dextroamphetamine)

Dextrostat (dextroamphetamine)

 

Benzedrine (amphetamine sulfate) Equasym (methylphenidate)
Concerta (methylphenidate) Focalin (dexmethylphenidate)
Cylert (pemoline – removed from the

market)

Metadate (methylphenidate)
Daytrana (methylphenidate – skin patch) Methylin (methylphenidate hydrochloride)
Desoxyn (methamphetamine

hydrochloride)

 

Dexedrine (dextroamphetamine sulfate)
Vyvanse (lisdexamphetamine)

SIDE EFFECTS
Abdominal pain Restlessness
Aggressive or hostile

behavior

Heart attack Seizures
Agitation Hives Slow or difficult speech
Angina (sudden acute pain) Hypersensitivity Sore throat
Anorexia Impotence
Blisters or rash Increased irritability Stroke
Blood pressure and pulse

changes

Insomnia Stuffed or runny nose

 

Changes in sex drive or

ability

Involuntary tics and twitching

 

Changes in vision or

blurred vision

Itching

 

Chest pain Liver problems Suicidal thoughts
Depression Loss of appetite Swelling inside the nose
Mania

 

Swelling of the eyes, face,

tongue, or throat

Difficulty falling asleep or

staying asleep

 

Tourette’s Syndrome*

 

or faintness Muscle or joint tightness Toxic
Drowsiness Nausea

 

Unusual bleeding or

bruising

Dry mouth Nervousness Unusual sadness or crying
Fast, pounding, or irregular

heartbeat

Painful menstruation Unusual weakness or

tiredness

Fever Psychosis Violent behavior
Hallucinations Purple blotches under

the skin

Vomiting

 

Weakness or numbness of

an arm or leg

Weight loss “Zombie” demeanor

*Tourettes’s Syndrome: a neurological disorder characterized by recurrent involuntary movements, including multiple neck jerks and sometimes vocal tics, as grunts, barks, or words, esp. obscenities.

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