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EricP

Eyesight After Quitting

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Among the long list of withdrawal symptoms of quitting has anyone noticed a decrease in vision and some eye discomfort after quitting? 

I feel like my eyes are almost sore/tired when I awake some days as well as noticing sensitivity to bright light such as walking from inside to a sunny outdoors as well as difficulty reading in low light. 

Wondering if the decrease in dopamine somehow is also affecting some sort of balance in neurotransmitters that affects vision. I have read some complain of blurred vision while on adderall however not a lot of detail about vision after quitting.

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I notice my eyes hurt a little bit and are a little more sensitive although they might have been the same way during adderall I just didn't notice cause I was jacked through the roof on 60-100 mg 

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Blessed with great eyesight never felt my addiction impaired my vision after quitting. Maybe you just got a little older time to get them checked out? 

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I feel like my eyesight has gotten worse--but that could be natural. Both of my parents need glasses. I couldn't say for sure if it's linked to the withdrawal or not.

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Who knows probably just the timing and age. I'm 45 now and always hear the 40"s is when it starts to hit you. I did get some reading glasses awhile back however its not so much being able to read as it is being able to read in low light is the part I recently notice the most.

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