Special attention is given to the pharmacological treatment for patients with adult ADHD and various comorbidities. In summary, stimulant medications are most. Jan 8, - Nonstimulants. Your doctor might prescribe one of these meds, like atomoxetine (Strattera), if stimulants aren't right for you. They raise levels of a chemical in the brain that helps control behavior. Your doctor might also suggest the antidepressant bupropion (Wellbutrin), but it's not FDA-approved for adult ADHD.