Is It Safe to Mix Adderall and Coffee?Stimulants may provide short-term performance dexedrine and caffeine alertness enhancement during sleep loss. Caffeine mg, d-amphetamine 20 mg, and modafinil mg were compared during 85 h of total sleep deprivation to determine the extent to which the three agents restored performance on simple psychomotor tasks, dexedrine and caffeine alertness and tasks of executive functions. Forty-eight healthy young adults remained awake for 85 h. Performance and alertness tests were administered bi-hourly from 8: Performance and alertness testing continued, and anf tasks of executive function were administered intermittently until the recovery cafffeine period
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Does Caffeine not mix well with Dexedrine!?? Along with that, I gave up sodas for Lent. Caffeine But since then I had about only three sodas within a week. But I had one soda last Sunday that seemed to have worn of my Dexedrine effects incredibly quickly. And although I haven't had any more since, I seem to not be at the stage I was, let's say, a week and a half ago.
So, the SparkNotes version Do any of you have experience with knowing if Caffeine is a counter drug to Dexedrine? Thanks so much to you all in advance! Find all posts by bwags3. Caffeine doesn't counter the effects of Dex, but taking them together could result in over-stimulation, also known as the "zombie effect. Not only caffeine but, I'm afraid, Chocolate also contains a mild stimulant.
Last week, without thinking, I had some chocolate and was awake for 40 hours! But I am quite sensitive to meds Whoa, you must be sensitive to stimulants. Chocolate contains only trace amounts of caffeine; it shouldn't keep you awake for 40 hours! Hopefully I'll get it sorted today as this week I'm only getting a full night's sleep every other day. As you can imagine I'm a lot of fun to be around at the moment!
Depending on when and how you drank the soda, it could be soda's high ph level if you took Dexedrine with soda. Caffeine and amphetamines do not get a long well in my experience. Caffeine seems to make my rebounds much more severe, and the med doesn't wear off as smoothly. I find that caffeine makes the dex a little ineffective - whilst the caffeine gives you a bit more energy, for me it feels like it takes away some of the focus.
I believe it's something to do with the caffeine being acidic? I think I read a couple of threads on here about acidic foods decreasing the absorption of the dex. I carried a watermelon? I took my dexedrine every morning with caffeine when I was on it. It was the exact kick I needed in the morning to get anything done. And it honestly lowered the level of anxiety I felt while on it. Rather, without Dex, caffeine ups my average level of anxiety.
With Dex, caffeine lowers my level of anxiety. Not a problem at all for me. I like the compounded effects of both together. Caffiene only in the morning, though, or I won't sleep.
Kind of kick starts my day with dextroamphetamine. I'm also seeking clarity about the interaction with Dexedrine and caffeine, and thought I'd try to resurrect this thread and hopefully glean further insight from the original poster or others. In the mornings I get spacey and lethargic for a couple of hours starting shortly after I have a strong coffee. I take Dexedrine 5 mg x daily. I drink cups of strong coffee a day.
I should note that I also take an SSRI - escitalopram Lexapro for dysthymia, which does have sedation as a side-effect. I tend to be sensitive to medications. Take Dexedrine 5 mg and escitalopram 10 mg. Shower, have 12 oz cup of strong coffee with some milk. I keep up with the coffee habit mostly throughout the day as I feel the coffee wearing off. During long bike rides, I take energy gels with caffeine. I sometimes take caffeine pills mg caffeine , or half pills.
I also think there might be something about the acidity of coffee. Do either of these things follow: Caffeine pills may not give rise to the same spacey problem though may contribute to physical agitation, anxiety or other undesirable side effects. I saw another thread where a poster suggested that the Dex and caffeine problem could be due to being overstimulated. I am writing this in my morning stupor, so it is not as coherent as I would like.
But my frustration level has reached a point that I need to make some changes. Spacey and lethargic can mean you got too much caffeine. I think you are overstimulated and you don't know it because you got used to it. I suggest that you drop your caffeine habit and see what happens. No caffeine pills, no decaf, no tea, nothing at all. You may feel bad for a few days, but it passes quickly. After that you may feel like you're slow and dopey, but I assure you that you are not.
Pay attention to your work results, not your feeling of "being up" or "being buzzed". You have been buzzed for so long that it will FEEL wrong to be without it, but in fact nothing is wrong. Don't bother with the substitutes, they're all disappointing crap.
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