Maximum safe daily doses of Adderall are 40 mg/day for children and 70 mg/day in adults. However, doctors prescribe Adderall based on individual tolerance and health issues.What is the average dosage of Adderall?
In general, the dosage of Adderall is about 1/2 that of methylphenidate (Ritalin) containing products, so 20mg of Ritalin would be about equivalent to 10mg of Adderall. Adderall is approved for use in children over the age of 3 years. It is generally started at a dose of 2.5mg in children under age 5 and gradually increased as necessary.Is it safe to take 40 mg of Adderall at once?
This is gradually increased over time, but Adderall isn't given to children in doses larger than 40 mg/day. Safe Adderall adult doses - Adults might take anywhere from 5 mg to 60 mg of Adderall per day. Usually, this is taken as several pills throughout the day. But even 30 mg might be too much for a particular person.What is the adult dosage of Adderall?
The dosage of Adderall for adults with narcolepsy is usually 5 mg to 60 mg per day (divided up into two or three doses). For people 12 and older, the starting dose of Adderall for narcolepsy is 10 mg daily (increased by 10 mg per week if needed).