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Drug or Toxic Substance:
oxedrine
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Description

Oxedrine is a stimulant drug that is used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy. It is a central nervous system stimulant that works by increasing the activity of certain chemicals in the brain. It is also used to treat fatigue and depression.

Common side effects of oxedrine include:
  ▸  Nervousness

- Headache
  ▸  Insomnia
  ▸  Loss of appetite
  ▸  Nausea
  ▸  Vomiting
  ▸  Diarrhea
  ▸  Stomach pain
  ▸  Dizziness
  ▸  Weight loss
  ▸  Increased heart rate
  ▸  High blood pressure
  ▸  Restlessness
  ▸  Agitation
  ▸  Anxiety
  ▸  Tremors

Brand names associated with oxedrine include:
  ▸  Adderall
  ▸  Concerta
  ▸  Daytrana
  ▸  Dexedrine
  ▸  Focalin
  ▸  Metadate
  ▸  Methylin
  ▸  Quillivant
  ▸  Ritalin
  ▸  Vyvanse

Synonyms
  • oxyphenylmethylaminoethanol
  • synephrine
Classifications
  • cardiac stimulant
  • sport doping
  • sympathomimetic

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