Vyvanse Crash Symptoms
The following are some of the most common symptoms associated with vyvanse crash:
1) You feel like you have been drugged or something similar.
This feeling may last only few minutes or it could continue for several hours. Some people experience these symptoms after taking a single dose of 200 mg of vyvanse, while others experience them after taking multiple doses over time.
2) You feel sleepy, even if you don’t fall asleep immediately.
You might not realize that you’re sleeping at first. Your mind will wander and your thoughts may become random. After a period of time, though, you’ll wake up from sleep and realize what’s going on.
3) Sometimes when you lie down or get into bed, your body feels heavy or sluggish rather than energized like usual.
This effect lasts for several hours after the drug wears off.
4) You feel irritable, angry, or upset.
These feelings may persist for several hours after the drug wears off.
5) When you speak to someone else, they seem to listen more attentively than before.
However, their words and actions seem less spontaneous and natural than usual. They might sound bored or even annoyed. Their facial expressions change too; they might look sad or depressed instead of happy or jovial.
6) It’s difficult for you to understand the emotions of others or even your own emotions.
You may also feel a change in your view of life in general.
7) You’re less talkative than usual or you feel as if you’re not speaking as fluently as usual, like you’re struggling to find the right words.
8) You feel severely fatigued and drained of energy, even if you’ve slept a full night.
Vyvanse’s “crash” is said to have a noticeable effect on your personality.
Are your perceptions of these effects true?
We will find out shortly.
Vyvanse Emotional Effects
Many users report a change in their personality after taking vyvanse. This change may be slight or extreme.
Some people say they feel slightly sad or depressed, even though they feel more social and outgoing, and they perceive others as treating them better.
Other people report feeling euphoric, even though they don’t feel happier or more social than usual; others say they feel more hostile or angry.
One person said they felt extremely irritable and angry for several hours, even though they didn’t feel any anger or hostility toward anyone in particular. They became very introverted and shut themselves in their room for several hours.
Some people experience vivid dreams or nightmares, even after taking it during the day. These effects may be caused by the drug, but they may also be caused by an interaction between the drug and other substances.
Other people don’t experience any change in their personality at all. This may be because their personality is fairly stable already or because they’re well-adjusted to begin with.
The effects of vyvanse on the brain’s reward system are not clearly understood. It affects several chemicals in the brain, including dopamine and norepinephrine.
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