Modafinil is a powerful wakefulness-promoting agent that is also considered the safest Nootropic in the pharmaceutical world by the University of Oxford and Cambridge. Marketed under several brand names, It is a safe and affordable treatment option for excessive daytime sleepiness and to get improved cognitive ability.
Australia- S4 (Prescription only)
USA- Schedule IV
UK- Prescription only
Canada- Prescription only
|FDA approval||Yes, In 1998|
|Therapeutic Class||Neuro CNS|
|Action Class||Brain Stimulant/Nootropic|
The standard dose of Modafinil is 200mg which should be taken once in the morning. Night shift workers are advised to take the Nootropic 30 minutes before work to achieve its best benefits. Doses up to 400mg per day can be given as a single dose to patients with Narcolepsy and obstructive sleep apnea. Dosage adjustments may be advised for people with hepatic impairment (liver disorder).
The common side effects of Modafinil are diarrhea, dizziness, dry mouth, constipation, sweating, vomiting, blurry vision, and nausea. Psychiatric adverse reactions reported in patients include depression, hallucination, confusion, agitation, and nervousness. The Nootropic can also cause Cardiovascular complications such as palpitation, faster heartbeat, vasodilation, and chest pain. In rare incidences, the possibility of Urine abnormality, vertigo, hypertension, tremor, mouth ulcers, asthma, chills, and edema is reported.
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