Research Question: How can nootropics be substituted for Vyvanse in people with ADHD?            ...

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Research Question: How can nootropics be substituted for Vyvanse in people with ADHD?                                                  Hypothesis: A stack consisting of Ginkgo biloba, Asian ginseng, Panax Quinquefolium, and Methylphenidate will be the optimal set of nootropics to accurately replace Vyvanse in patients with ADHD. by Mind Map: Research Question: How can nootropics be substituted for Vyvanse in people with ADHD?                                                  Hypothesis: A stack consisting of Ginkgo biloba, Asian ginseng, Panax Quinquefolium, and Methylphenidate will be the optimal set of nootropics to accurately replace Vyvanse in patients with ADHD.

1. Definitions

1.1. ADHD

1.1.1. Assessment of

1.1.1.1. Vanderbilt Assessment Scale

1.1.1.1.1. (NICHQ, 2002)

1.2. Vyvanse

1.2.1. Lisdexamfetamine dimesylate

1.2.1.1. (AHFS, 2012)

1.3. Nootropics

1.3.1. (Patel, 2016)

1.3.2. (Pranav, 2013)

1.3.3. (Suliman, 2016)

2. Effects of Vyvanse

2.1. Positive

2.1.1. In what aspects does Vyvanse control symptoms of ADHD

2.1.1.1. (Nagy, 2016)

2.1.1.2. (Adler, 2008)

2.1.1.3. (Banaschewski, 2014)

2.2. Negative

2.2.1. Precautions/side effects

2.2.1.1. (Babcock, 2012)

2.2.1.2. (AHFS, 2012)

2.2.1.3. (Nagy, 2016)

2.2.2. Dietary information

2.2.2.1. (AHFS, 2012)

3. Nootropics

3.1. Adrenergic Receptors

3.1.1. Overall Chemical Effects on the Brain

3.1.1.1. (Strosberg, 1993)

3.1.2. Asian ginseng

3.1.2.1. (Suliman, 2016)

3.1.3. Ginkgo Biloba

3.1.3.1. (Lyon, 2001)

3.1.4. Methylphenidate

3.1.4.1. (Linssen, 2014)

3.1.5. Nicotine

3.1.5.1. (Levin, 2002)

3.1.5.2. (Suliman, 2016)

3.1.6. Panax quinquefolius

3.1.6.1. (Lyon, 2001)

4. Explain how it fills a gap

4.1. Why Vyvanse is not preferable/ why the negative effects of Vyvanse outweigh the positive

4.1.1. (Nagy, 2016)

4.1.2. (AHFS, 2012)

4.2. Pros of nootropics

4.2.1. Natural

4.2.1.1. (Patel, 2016)

4.2.1.2. (Suliman, 2016)

4.2.2. Positive side effects other than reducing symptoms of ADHD

4.2.2.1. (Patel, 2016)

4.2.2.2. (Pranav, 2013)

4.2.2.3. (Suliman, 2016)