Armodafinil wakefulness promoting drug
Waklert Armodafinil is the newest and most improved version of the wakefulness promoting drug, Modafinil.
Its chemical composition makes it a “purer” or “refined” version of the drug and thus, it requires less of it in order to be effective.
Armodafinil is marketed as producing the same effects as Modafinil but with a more clarified formula, which may prove to reduce the frequency of some of the more common side effects users sometimes experience.
It is important to note that purer does not mean the effects you experience are necessarily stronger, but instead, that you need less of the drug to achieve the desired effects.
What is the suggested Armodafinil dosage and what is the maximum safe amount you can use?
Armodafinil is sold under the brand name Nuvigil and is available in tablets containing 50, 150 or 250 mg of Armodafinil. Modafinil, the predecessor to Armodafinil, was available only in 100 or 200 mg tablets.
What Does Armodafinil Do?
Armodafinil is a prescribed medication especially designed to treat people with specific sleep disorders.This includes patients diagnosed with narcolepsy, patients experiencing excessive daytime sleepiness due to obstructive sleep apnea, and shift-worker sleep disorder.
Armodafinil is used off-label for the same purposes as Modafinil. These include ADD or ADHD, jet lag, improved concentration and focus and even improved productivity.
Armodafinil isn’t a classic nootropic because it doesn’t directly target and enhance cognitive function.
Instead, it promotes a smooth and natural sense of heightened wakefulness and enhanced focus.
Many smart drug users include Armodafinil, Modafinil or Adrafinil as part of their stack for tackling large projects or during exam season.
Dosing for Medical Diagnosis
Users of Armodafinil report that this drug may be more dependent on the individual user’s neurochemistry than Modafinil. This means that although there are standardized doses designed to treat certain medical conditions, your system may respond differently and require more or less than the doctor prescribes.
The standard recommendations for treating on-label conditions are a good indication of dosing variables for smart drug users who are trying to understand how dosing may work for their purposes.
The standard dose recommended for a patient with narcolepsy is 150-250mg daily. It is noted that elderly patients, and those with impaired liver function will require lower doses, but some patients taking Armodafinil to combat their narcolepsy find they become agitated, irritable and jittery on the low dose recommendation of 150mg each day.