Modalert: Benefits, Work and Uses

In 2015, scientists in the UK published an overview of the drug’s effect on people who were not sleep deprived. This was the first such overview in seven years. Their conclusion was that modafinil could be the first nootropic agent that was “well-validated.” This means that it is arguably the first real example of a smart drug that can aid with studying and similar activities.
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Provigil Side Effects, Dosage and Interactions

Provigil may cause headaches, insomnia or dizziness; dry mouth or skin rash; and/or nausea or stomach upset. These side effects are relatively common. However, if the side effects start to make it hard for you to function and don’t subside, contact your doctor for a solution. Effects on the brain can be hard to detect until an accident occurs, so monitoring in the first few weeks is vital.
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Nuvigil Dosage, Side Effects and Interactions

Like every other drug, it is possible to overdose on Nuvigil. While the effects may not be fatal in most cases, it is not advisable to take more than the maximum dose at any time. If you believe you or a loved one may have overdosed on Nuvigil, here are some side effects to look for. Many of these symptoms are either behavioral or invisible, so be sure to pay close attention.
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What Is Provigil?

Provigil is a prescription medicine used to treat daytime sleepiness in adults. While it is formally approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of conditions such as narcolepsy, obstructive sleep apnea or shift work disorder, it is now frequently prescribed for a wide range of off-label uses.
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