Myths about Provigil

Follow the instructions on your prescription label cautiously and ask our physician or pharmacist to explain any part you don’t understand. You have to take it according to your physician’s recommendation and consultation. Before purchasing and using Provigil, you’re also advised to tell your physician if you’re employing any type of medication like cyclosporine and […]

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What is Provigil approved for?

In the United States Provigil is only approved for the treatment of Narcolepsy, Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Shift Work Sleep Disorder by the Food and Drug administration. In some other countries generic Provigil has also been approved for idiopathic hypersomnia ( excessive sleepiness which is caused by unknown reasons). This medicine starts to work in […]

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Doping Agent ( Provigil)

Provigil has been added to the Prohibited List of the World anti-doping agency in 2004, as a stimulant. It has received some negative publicity, after a few athletes were discovered using Provigil for enhancing the performance. It is still not know how widespread it is. There has been no studies done to check what effect […]

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Post-chemotherapy cognitive impairment

Provigil has been used for the treatment of post-chemotherapy cognitive impairment ( off-label). it is also known as a “chemo-brain”. A number of studies have confirmed that Provigil helps reduce the problems with memory and attention, so scientists were hoping that Provigil might help breast cancer patients, who experience chemo-brain. In another study done on […]

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Long distance driving with Provigil

People who have to spend extended hours behind the wheel, are often being effected by drowsy driving. The major concern is for regular motorists and professional truck drivers. Cheap Provigil can certainly can keep them awake for a long period of time. This medicine is even used in the military to help pilots stay alert […]

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Provigil and Breastfeeding

If you take Provigil and breastfeeding or considering to start breastfeeding, make sure you talk to your doctor before to consider all possible risks. It is not known if this medicine passes from the breast milk. Because of the number of potential side effects which can happen while taking Provigil, it’s recommended to use this […]

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