Dark Circle

The darkening of skin under the eyes are called dark circles. They are commonly seen in older adults and people with darker skin color. The other causes include tiredness, oversleeping, eye strain, dehydration, sun exposure, and genetics.

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I have dark circles under my eyes from using Adderall. How to get rid of it?

Query: Hi doctor,I have been taking Adderall for almost six months now, and one of the side effects I am experiencing is dark circles under my eyes. I take plenty of vitamins, drink enough water, and get plenty of sleep every day, but the dark circles persist. Any suggestions on how to get rid of the dark ...  Read Full »


Dr. Majd Hasan Mohammed Obeidat

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I understand your concern. Chronic sleep deprivation is one of the most common causes of dark circles around the eye. Adderall (Amphetamine and Dextroamphetamine) is a drug that causes stimulation of the central nervous system (CNS), so it tricks your body and mind...  Read Full »

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