Elon Musk on the Impact of Adderall: His Attitude

Elon Musk on the Impact of Adderall: His Attitude

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Elon Musk shared his attitude Adderalla drug used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or Sunday ADHD.

What happened: Musk said in response to a post on Twitter: “Adderall is an anger booster. It is best to use it sparingly or not at all.”

The billionaire responded to a tweet noting that some “very strange things” were going on with the ADHD drug.

This isn’t the first time the Twitter owner and Tesla CEO has advised against using Adderall.

In late April, Musk urged a Twitter user to avoid the drug “at all costs.”

He called Adderall “low speed” and said the drug “boosts your inner asshole.”

In a conversation, on Twitter, with Dogecoins DOGE/USD co-creator Bill MarkusMusk said in February his “pet theory” was that too much Adderall “makes people grumpy.”

Why it matters: The US has grappled with months of Adderall shortages, with the Food and Drug Administration first confirming a nationwide shortage in October. reported NBC News.

The FDA’s website currently lists the drug as “available” but at certain lower doses. However, 20 mg and 30 mg tablets are still listed as “limited availability”. The agency noted that manufacturer Teva continues to “experience an unprecedented surge in demand.”

Last year Musk said that psychedelics and ketamine are better than pharmaceutical drugs.

He said at the time, “I’ve spoken to many more people who have benefited from psychedelics and ketamine than SSRIs and amphetamines.”

Adderall is a stimulant and, according to WebMD, is an amphetamine/dextroamphetamine hybrid.

More recently, Musk said that in the future people “don’t have to pay for medicines” Getting high thanks to technological advances.

This illustration was created using artificial intelligence via MidJourney.

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