It’s May. Warm weather’s coming… it’s hard to stay to focused… and millions of students and young professionals are trying to get their work done so they can enjoy their summers.
So much so that college students have started tweeting about Adderall in record numbers. In fact, a new report published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research, shows that tweets about Adderall rise sharply during final exams. The study showed 213,633 tweets mentioned the drug during traditional finals periods, with peaks on Dec. 13, 2012 and April 30, 2013.
Clearly, Adderall is being used as a study aid during these critical academic times.
With the increased distractions that summer brings, it is no wonder. From college campuses to the corporate workplace, there is the stress to finish all your work before you leave for vacation so you can actually enjoy your time off.
This pattern of Adderall use during ‘crunch’ time, particularly by those driven to achieve, is raising concerns by many in the medical community who feel the more it becomes a social norm in online conversation, the higher the risk of more people abusing the prescription medication. It’s been reported that teen misuse and abuse of prescription drugs is up 33% since 2008.
That’s why smart, high achievers are turning to PROFIDERALL, America’s #1 Cognitive Energy Enhancer, to help them ignore the distractions and focus their attention until the job is done… without the use of controversial prescription medications.