Does Vyvanse Work?

Vyvanse is the newest medicine for ADD and ADHD. It uses an innovative approach so that it is an ADHD ADD medication that cannot be abused.
As a Canadian doctor, I am not able to prescribe Vyvanse, because it is not yet available outside of the US.
So, my biggest question is: Does Vyvanse work?
I have read the research, I have heard the presentations, but I don’t have real life experience with this medicine.
This is where you can help me out.
I want to hear from anyone who has tried Vyvanse, or even considered trying Vyvanse.
Just go ahead and enter a comment below.
Please realize that when you click submit, it will take a little bit of time until your comment reaches my blog. That is because every comment is moderated (i.e. I want to make sure that there are no spam comments, and nothing hateful, racist, etc.).

I found this video – where someone shares his or her experience with Vyvanse – and you can watch it here:

Now, it’s your turn. Please type in any of your own personal experiences with Vyvanse so that the readers of this blog can benefit from your knowledge and experience. I know that the readers of this blog span the whole globe – so if you have experience with Vyvanse, all of the readers of this blog (American, Canadian and International) will appreciate your contribution very much!

Thank you for your help,

Dr. Kenny

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  1. My main point is that Vyvanse has stopped my stuttering, my strong random muscle twitching problems, physical depression,compulsive eating, nail biting, and mild depression. It has increased my attention span, memory, and dedication. It makes me productive at home, with my children, and at work. My ADHD has ruined my finances, relationships, education, and my confidence. In 2012 I began having major stuttering issues, and random strong muscle twitches which I believe may have resulted from a combination of substance abuse, anxiety, and diabetic nerve damage. This encouraged me to avoid social situations. I no longer have any of the issues I mentioned since I started Vyvanse. I started at 50mg and I am about to increase to the maximum 70mg. I am on the road to accomplish more in the next few months than I have in the past 10 years.

  2. I’m an adult with add who had only ever marginally abused stimulant medications in the past as a means of dealing with my issue. I wasn’t ever prescribed anything. I was a mess for years. In a year on vyvanse, I found a wife, have a baby, and am sorting through things I couldn’t comprehend before. I’m grateful for this drug. Although I hate being medicated, I never feel that way. I take a light 30mg dose and have for about two years, unchanged. It made a difference in my life. I’m glad I stopped being stubborn.

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