Provigil Review: Stay awake and alert forever with Provigil
Some of us hate sleep, and most of us desire it. We always wish for the least effort when we’re away doing our daily duties such as studying for an exam, going to college or work, or even working out at the gym. Nootropics now serve various individuals depending on what they hope to achieve from it. Either as a brain booster or energy supplement, we are always indulged to explore the boundaries of the human body and mind to test its limits. Either we get what we seek for or we don’t, and that’s the simple truth about nootropics. That is also why different nootropics come with various compositions and prices. We’re always on the lookout for long lasting, effective, and affordable ones. Currently in the open market is a wide selection of nootropics which offer a range of promised effects. The commonly sold ones require no special requirements for purchase; any individual can buy them easily over the counter. However, the big daddies of the nootropic world are also available, but not so easily obtainable.
Perhaps one of the most prominent nootropic in the industry which is heavily controlled by the FDA is Provigil. Introduced and approved in 1998, Provigil, or originally known as modafinil; a controlled nootropic used to treat wakefulness disorders such as narcolepsy, shift work sleep disorder, and excessive daytime sleepiness related to obstructive sleep apnea. Provigil is sold around the world and goes by a plethora of other names. It is one of the most powerful nootropic to date and if you want to get your hands on it, you’re going to need a prescription. This nootropic is no joke and extremely powerful. It has a long lasting effect and is recently known to improve focus. That’s why the name became familiar in the nootropic industry.
Provigil is so famous that the military of many countries use it as an alternative to amphetamine, which was previously used as an energy booster for troops who suffered from sleep deprivation during combat and lengthy missions. These soldiers and military personnel would undergo time and energy consuming duties behind enemy lines. Unfortunately, since the performance of these military personnel degraded, the military searched out for other ways to keep their units on ready status. In other areas, people suffering from ADHD are also given Provigil as it acts as an effective treatment. Again, this is in a controlled environment where restricted doses are applied. Other advantages and uses of this nootropic range from treating depression, sleepiness, spastic cerebral palsy, and Parkinson’s disease. Even sports figures use this nootropic as an energy booster which enables them to preform above par. One should be careful as to use this in a sporting environment as drug regulations and bans apply for many athletic competitions.
Provigil is also one of the most expensive nootropics around ranging from $390 to $700 depending on the store, manufacturer, and added compositions. Only expert users of nootropics will know how to obtain it legally, so we are not inclined to even think about proposing the idea to the general public. However, if you do medically suffer from any of the aforementioned medical conditions, you just might be able to get your hands on it with the help of an approved doctor.
With an extremely powerful effect to the human mind and brain, it’s not without its long list of health risks and dangers. The usual prescribed dosage for taking Provigil is 200 mg once a day or less commonly, 100 to 400 mgs per day in one or two doses. Anything above that amount and you’re taking a serious health risk. Minor side effects can range from headaches, nausea, nervousness, diarrhea, and anxiety to more serious effects such as serious skin rashes, serious allergic reactions involving the liver or blood cells, chest pain, breathing problems, hives, mouth sores, and the list goes on. Children under 17 are not allowed to be given Provigil under any circumstance. Another problem which will affect individuals who use this nootropic is the dependency of using it daily which can lead to undesired health hazards. Although there are no clear mentions as to how much the daily limit is (suggested at 400mg max daily), recent tests have been conducted on humans and the observed results were that the individuals were applied 4000 to 5000 mgs of Provigil (which is insanely high). Attempted suicide was imminent.
Due to the potential health hazards of taking this (and it’s availability to the general public), we recommend that you seek out more “stable” stacks. There is a wide range of options available each with different prices and comes in many forms (even in liquid form). Although they won’t make you super human like what Provigil can do, many people use them and are sold at reasonable prices. We recommend that you browse online to search for the right one. Study the reviews given for the nootropic and decide what you think is best to serve your purpose. If you’re too lazy, you could just look at the top 5 nootropics which are recommended and best-selling.
Now in utopia, this would be one of the most perfect nootropic available. Since it is not available to the general public over the counter, getting your hands on one is a difficult feat. Being so potent, its primary composition is modafinil which works its magic in the human brain. If you are new to the nootropic world, we strongly recommend you to try other available choices in the open market, meaning legally sold over the counter. Provigil is used more for a medical purpose rather than a dietary supplement. Steer clear of it if you’re not willing to “get your hands dirty” in obtaining it. We’re not encouraging you to do something silly, but imagine yourself being fed with a barrel of 2,000mg of coffee; your eyes will simply pop out and you’ll never sleep. Don’t take any unnecessary risks. Nootropics were designed and created to improve your lives, not make them worse.
Our score: 50%