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    Modafinil vs. Adderall and Ritalin

    First, a general note on modafinil vs. Adderall/Ritalin:

    What distinguishes modafinil from stimulants such as Adderall and Ritalin (a.k.a. “psychostimulants”) is that Modafinil primarily activates neural circuits in the center of the brain—specifically, the thalamus and hypothalamus—and only tangentially in the frontal lobe. By comparison, amphetamines (e.g. Adderall) and methylphenidates (e.g. Ritalin) increase neuronal activation throughout the brain. [3] As a result, Adderall and Ritalin have a relatively high potential for dependency and abuse, while modafinil does not.
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    This is why the USFDA classifies modafinil as a “low-risk” Schedule II drug, while Adderall and Ritalin are considered “high-risk” Schedule IV drugs (* See note at the end of the article for more information). Another important difference is that, while both types of substances combat fatigue, Modafinil does so without the edginess (e.g. anxiety, stress) or ‘jitters’ associated with psychostimulants. This is due to the specific combination of neurotransmitters that modafinil affects, to which we now turn.

    Here is a list of the benefits and side effects of modafinil:

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    i have used nuvigil for a long time. i have severe ADD and have tried just about every medication there is to find a medication that gives me the focus and endurance with the least amount of side effects. i find nuvigil to be very good in giving energy and endurance. it also scores relativley well in the focus. however, for me, i personally don’t like any add medication that is amphetamine based. what works best for me is medications in the methylphendidate class. those are my first choice…meds like ritalin long acting and focalin extended release. i would say for those that honestly want to use these medications to do some good or help you finish career objectives timely and still have enough energy to spend time with your family,etc. second on my list, would be nuvigil. its important to know that every person will react differently to meedicine. it took me years to find what works for me. i recommend that you start with low doses of whatever medication you think may work for you. there are also tests which some pharmacies can give a patient determine which medication would be best for your body make up.

    i have used nuvigil for a long time. i have severe ADD and have tried just about every medication there is to find a medication that gives me the focus and endurance with the least amount of side effects. i find nuvigil to be very good in giving energy and endurance. it also scores relativley well in the focus. however, for me, i personally don’t like any add medication that is amphetamine based. what works best for me is medications in the methylphendidate class. those are my first choice…meds like ritalin long acting and focalin extended release. i would say for those that honestly want to use these medications to do some good or help you finish career objectives timely and still have enough energy to spend time with your family,etc. second on my list, would be nuvigil. its important to know that every person will react differently to meedicine. it took me years to find what works for me. i recommend that you start with low doses of whatever medication you think may work for you. there are also tests which some pharmacies can give a patient determine which medication would be best for your body make up. if interested in nuvigil, check out http://www.modapharma.com, . however i cannot guarantee the safety or composition of the medication given by this site, i just know that they offer free samples of some medicines similar to nuvigil.

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