Positive Effects Of Methylphenidate
There are some positive side effects of meth or methamphetamine, aka Methylphenidate, Methylamphetamine and Desoxyephedrine when correctly prescribed by a doctor in a controlled environment.
Some medications that produce these positive effects include Concerta, Ritalin and Methylphenidate - a generic version of Ritalin & Concerta, Ritalin SR, Ritalin LA, Metadate CD, Metadate ER, Methalyn and Methalin ER.
The effects of Methylphenidate can be helpful to treat attention deficit disorder or ADD, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD and obesity due to the positive side effects of correctly prescribed methylphenidate.
ADD & ADHD - Attention Deficit & Hyperactivity Benefits
Those with attention deficit disorder (ADD) or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are able to stay focused due to the effects of methylphenidate. For those with ADD or ADHD methylphenidate has a calming affect which helps with the short attention span and hyperactivity symptoms. .
The positive effects of methamphetamine, or methylphenidate when correctly prescribed can be helpful for attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD) and obesity disorders.
Some of the positive effects of meth, methamphetamine, methylphenidate, methylamphetamine and desoxyephedrine when correctly prescribed:
- Methylphenidate can cause raised alertness in those with ADD & ADHD
- Improved concentration and calm those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
- Methylphenidate can increase energy levels
- Increase self esteem
- Reduce mania & increased cognitive abilities
- Methylphenidate can increase motivation
- Reduce hunger and fight obesity
One of the side effects of Meth, methamphetamine and methylphenidate is that it can curb the apetite, or cause a person not to feel hungry or munchy causing temporary weight loss.
This side effect can be a positive side effect for the weight loss potential for obesity or a negative side effect with chronic long term meth or methamphetamine abuse due to the risk of anorexia developing.