I suggest a whey protein shake an hour before or an hour or 2 after dosing. I believe for the medicine to be most effective it needs to "feed" off some kind of nutrients and vitamins. Nonetheless, dehydration plays a huge factor as well, I drink about 2-3 Liters a day but it varies for everyone.
Anyway, I had this weight lifting and cardiovascular physical ed. class every morning as my first class of the day. Of course I would ingest my adderall
dose before school everyday to maintain a schedule. I found that when I dosed and participated in the class, I would get burned out sooner. This was due to elastic acid build up in the muscles. Basically the muscles being worked to the point where you are not getting enough water to keep the blood flowing appropriately and the muscles begin to tighten up. But you'll need more than water to support your body through harsher contracting and stretching. Which is where protein comes in.
The protein will essentially give you the support and stamina needed to endure lengthy periods of hard work. Also they will allow the muscles to recover much faster and efficient than the body doing it alone. Furthermore the medicine will have a vast amount of proteins to work off of. Amino acids being the biggest one. Check out Whey Protein Amplified 60, has a excellent mix of enzyme blends, amino acids such as leucine, lysine, glutamine, arginine, and many other outstanding nutrients. I'm reading it write off the container lol, they are a huge part of my diet but yea I definitely recommend plus they don't taste bad and there's many good flavors like Strawberryyyy.