Artvigil 150mg Medication

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george gura Says:

artvigil 150mg. required due to groggyness in the morning.the medication helps me to stay alert all day and has been suggested by usa physician.

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David Says:

Hi george,

Glad to hear that Artvigil has been helping to reduce the morning grogginess.

Grogginess seems to be a fairly common trait in the morning hours, and I'd imagine that some portion of it is related to the quality of sleep we get at night, what kind of nutrients our bodies need more of, or our general mindset as we intend to get started with our day...

However reading your post has made me even more curious to understand how medications like Artvigil (Armodafinil) might "feel" in relationship to other stimulants such as caffeine, ginseng, or even a that jolt of energy from being excited for the upcoming day? Any thoughts on why Artvigil might work better than other alternatives? I know someone who'd probably benefit from it.

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