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Modafinil In the News
After reading many online posts about Modafinil’s widespread use, I conducted a small survey.
I didn’t want to be obvious, so I asked one person every day if they had tried Modafinil for over three months.
Of the 92 people I asked, 29 answered yes, And 15 of the 29 were still using Modafinil at work.
Unscientific, I know, but interesting nonetheless!
Modafinil in the Media
Below are a collection of summaries from exciting articles I found. Enjoy!
Researchers Were Shocked!
Five hundred fourteen students at a well-known university were asked if they had tried Modafinil.
83% said they had tried Modafinil.
47% responded they are using Modafinil daily.
The Top Five Reasons Why.
- Decreased Procrastination,
- Increased Memory,
- Increased Focus,
- Better Decision Making
- and Increased Productivity.
Eighty-three percent of students said they have tried or are still using Modafinil.
Narcolepsy medication Modafinil is the world’s first safe ‘smart drug.’
Increasingly taken by healthy people to improve Focus before exams and after a comprehensive review.
Modafinil is safe in the short-term Modafinil is the world’s first safe “smart drug,” researchers at Harvard and Oxford universities have said.
They concluded that the drug prescribed for narcolepsy but is increasingly taken without prescription by healthy people could improve;
- and possibly even make people think more creatively.
While acknowledging that there was limited information on the effects of long-term use.
The reviewers said the drug appeared safe in the short term, with few side effects and no addictive qualities.
Cognitive enhancement – All on the mind
Prepare for drugs that will improve Memory, concentration, and learning.
People have sought substances to boost their mental powers and stamina for thousands of years.
Leaves, roots, and fruit have been chewed, brewed, and smoked to expand the mind.
That search continues today, except that the shamans work in pharmaceutical laboratories rather than forests.
I asked why the shamans replied that they were looking for drugs to treat the effects of;
- Alzheimer’s disease,
- Attention-deficit disorder,
- and dementia associated with Parkinson’s disease
- and Schizophrenia.
And that is the truth. But by creating compounds that benefit the sick, they offer a mental boost to the healthy.
A Safe Drug to Boost Brainpower
Rigorous analysis shows the drug modafinil significantly enhances cognition.
What if you could pop a pill that made you more intelligent?
It sounds like a Hollywood movie plot, but a new systematic review suggests the decades-long search for a safe and effective “smart drug” (see below) might have notched its first success. Researchers have found that Modafinil boosts higher-order cognitive function without causing severe side effects.
Modafinil, prescribed in the U.S. since 1998 to treat sleep-related conditions such as narcolepsy and sleep apnea, heightens alertness much as caffeine does.
Several studies have suggested that it could provide other cognitive benefits, but the results were uneven.
Do ‘smart drugs’ really make us brainier?
“One pill. Anything is possible.”
That’s the message advertising Limitless, a film showing in cinemas this week.
Starring Bradley Cooper and Robert de Niro, the film tells the story of a writer who takes an experimental drug that allows him to use 100% of his mind.
Success, fame, and a much-improved hairdo follow.
The designer pharmaceutical turns him from disorganized and unmotivated into laser-focused and more confident than any man was alive.
But is there any truth in the scenario? Can a little pill impart limitless brainpower?
It’s Wake-Up Time
Kiss your pillow goodbye. A new breed of drugs promises to do what Prozac did for depression for drowsiness.
In January 2003, U.S. Air Force majors William Umbach and Harry Schmidt faced court-martial after a friendly fire incident in Afghanistan.
That killed four Canadian soldiers and wounded eight others.
Umbach’s lawyer spilled one of the Pentagon’s dirty little secrets during a pretrial hearing — the pilots had been on speed when they dropped the fatal bomb.
He claimed their judgment was impaired because superiors pressured them to prepare for the mission by taking Dexedrine, which he described as typical.
The charges were dropped, but not before the revelation sparked public outrage:
Why were our boys flying $30 million jets on uppers?
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