Posted by aruga4life | 10:13 PM

Ritalin or Methylphenidate is a psycho stimulant drug used to treat ADHD (attention-deficit hyper-activity disorder) among other illnesses. Its structure and pharmacology is similar to that of cocaine though it is less potent but lasts longer. It causes psychotropic reaction, a “high” in our terms, and this could result to psychological addiction. Although the drug is not as potent as strict amphetamine, the misuse of Ritalin can be quite fulfilling, and is also associated confidently with weight-loss, and as such can be quite appealing.

A person addicted to Ritalin, in wanting to stop will experience these withdrawal symptoms:
  • Tiredness
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Lethargy
  • Hunger
  • Cravings
But stopping from drug abuse is quite important especially in our society nowadays where drug testing is in high demand and even companies are turning this into a policy. One could never have a job and sustain an addiction secretly.
If you want to make sure you or someone you know is addicted or abusing Ritalin use, get an at-home test kit and do drug testing in the security of your own home. In this way, confidentiality is secured and no other person needs to know except those closest to you or to that person.
Then, own up to the addiction when results come out as positive. You should have the will then to stop the addiction and undergo a detoxification process. If you do not want to go to a facility, do home detox program. It is very possible since there are trusted products in the market for this, like the ones we are offering.
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If you are unsure of what to choose, then call our customer service hotline. Our representatives are very knowledgeable, friendly and discreet – we value your need for confidentiality.
It is never too late to stop addiction. Take the step and take us with you in your journey. Contact us today!