Phil Hellmuth Admits That He Tried Adderall for Better Performance at Poker Tournaments5 days ago
Phil Hellmuth recently said that he has tried this miraculous drug twice, so he can play his A-game at the poker tables. After all, he is 57 years old, and we all know how exhausting the WSOP tournaments are. In his recent tweet, he says that he had blown away many WSOP tournaments due to exhaustion, which caused him to play poorly.
In another tweet, Phil Hellmuth stated that in order to play his A game, he needs to work out, some more days off and take supplements like Brainfuel, which is a widely used drug that helps with concentration, focus and alertness. In the same tweet, he admitted that he tried Adderall twice, a drug that is prescribed to people that are struggling with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD.
Adderall is actually a kind of amphetamine, and in the last couple of years, it is one of the most abused drugs in the states. Adderall is a strong nervous stimulant that is often prescribed even to kids.
The effects of taking Adderall are better concentration, increased focus, loss of appetite, and even maybe the most important, it makes you feel rested, especially if you are feeling sleepy or tired. Many poker players are using this drug so they can perform better at the tables, but the drug comes with its side effects.
A lot of doctors have spoken about the side effects of taking Adderall like dizziness, stomach upset, nausea, nervousness, and the biggest of all is its addictiveness. According to many, Adderall is a kind of legally prescribed meth, and that is on the top of the list of addictive substances.
If you are using, or plan to useAdderall as an enhancement tool for your poker performance, we would advise you to please speak with your healthcare professional first. Yeah, it might help you to overcome your tiredness, but nothing beats a good night's sleep.
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