Alertness Medication Artvigil 150 for Increased Concentration - Modafinil UK
Most of the smart medications on the market contain armodafinil, which is the active component used in tablets for treating sleep disorders such as sleep apnoea and enhancing cognitive ability. When it comes to Artvigil, this wakefulness-promoting agent contains armodafinil, which is the longer- lasting component.
This is why it works well and has fewer side effects. Some people are concerned about taking Artvigil 150mg. Following are a few frequently asked questions that will help you clarify why you should take this tablet:
Why is Artvigil Prescribed?
Most doctors prescribe this medication to patients who have obstructive sleep apnoea, narcolepsy, shift work disorder or ADHD. There are several studies that prove this tablet and others similar to it can help people to cope with these problems.
Moreover, the chemicals in this tablet promote wakefulness, which enables them to be more alert and present in the morning. Other reasons for which this tablet is prescribed include improved concentration, memory and thinking-related problems.
Is it Safe?
Artvigil 150mg has moderate side effects and only a few have experienced severe side effects. Since it is not a narcotic, there are no chances of addiction.
What Are the Side Effects?
Side effects include dizziness, headache, nausea and vertigo. A person will only experience these side effects if more than one pill is taken in a day. These are secondary reactions that occur because of lack of sleep, not from Artvigil.
When and How to Take the Pill?
Stick to the prescribed dosage and do not take more than 150mg. The pill should be take once in the morning, one hour before you start work. Do not take the pill with alcohol or caffeine.
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