Just Started Mydayis

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Yetieddie Says:
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Haven't used Amphetamines since I was in grade school. Rosaline. Do recently my Dr wanted me to try Mydayis. Today was the first day 25.5 mg then in 2 weeks 37.5. I can't say I felt much, maybe a little more focused but not black hole focused and could still laugh and be myself. There aren't many reviews as it's new so I guess I'm just looking for feedback or suggestions.
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Verwon Says:

The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, irritability, mood swings, and weight loss.

Is there anyone else that has been trying this medication? If so, please post with your experience so far.

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Hello! I'm a 47 year old female who started 37.5 dose of Mydayis one week ago. I did experience reduced appetite, but not at a level of concern and I did not have nausea. I actually prefer some some help with appetite control. Mood-wise, I felt quite good actually- maybe because I much appreciated the ability to focus. But unfortunately I've had to stop taking Mydayis after 6 days due to inability to get quality sleep. The first day was excellent- no jitters and a very smooth feeling of focus- I got much accomplished and the focus helped dissipate my general anxiety. I stayed up too late that night, continuing to get things done, but didn't think much of it. The second day, I resolved to catch up on sleep and went to bed at a decent hour, but was wide awake for hours longer. This continued for 5 days- lack of ability to get to sleep, also waking too early. I take magnesium at night and during these nights of unwanted wakefulness I tried several online meditation videos for insomnia, etc... I still couldn't sleep before 2:00am and would wake about 6:00- 6:15- an average of 4-5 hours per night! So on the 5th day I only took half the amount of Mydayis and cut out my usual 2:00pm cup of coffee. I still couldn't sleep that night. On the 6th day I did not take Mydayis at all (and also only had morning coffee)- this was last night- I slept like a baby for 8 and a half hours. I was so happy with the focus those first few days on Mydayis, and am quite disappointed about the sleep problems. After a couple days off, I will try again with only taking half the med and watching caffeine- I may also try taking even earlier than at 7:00am... I read that some people believe it takes a few hours to kick in, then there's the time release mechanism that keeps you going for so long throughout the day- so they set the alarm to wake at 4:00 or 5:00 am to take it, then get a few more hours of sleep before it starts working.

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