Concerta, also known as methylphenidate, is used to control symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Many people with ADHD have difficulty focusing, remaining still and completing tasks. Concerta works as a central nervous system stimulant and changes the amount of certain substances in the brain. Concerta has a 30-day free trial offer available on its website.
Talk to your health care professional about obtaining a prescription for Concerta. If you have been diagnosed with ADHD or you think you have it, talk to your doctor about your symptoms. Let your physician know that you would like to try Concerta.
Visit the Concerta website (see Resources). The website has a free 30-day trial offer coupon that is available to print in PDF format. You must register on the website, after which you can print the coupon.
Bring your coupon, along with your Concerta prescription, to your pharmacy.
The Concerta 30-day free trial coupon is good for 42 18-mg tablets or 30 36-mg tablets. Talk to your doctor about the dosages available through the free offer and let him know that you'll need the correct dosage to use the free trial. Some restrictions apply, so read the offer carefully. This offer is available as of November 2010.
Andrine Redsteer's writing on tribal gaming has been published in "The Guardian" and she continues to write about reservation economic development. Redsteer holds a Bachelor of Arts in history from the University of Washington, a Master of Arts in Native American studies from Montana State University and a Juris Doctor from Seattle University School of Law.