Provigil reviews

Due to great effectiveness, reliability and safety of Provigil it has become one of the most popular medications for treatment of such sleeping disorders as shift-work sleep disorder, narcolepsy and many other. In the beginning of the launch of the drug to the market there was a strong advertising campaign that helped people who were suffering from sleep disorders to find out about the cure and get rid of the problems that were causing so much discomfort. People all over the world saw different kinds of commercials on the TV, radio, Internet and billboards. That’s the way it works and it is rather similar to the standard process of launching a product. However after some time the way people started to find out about the drug was changed according to the statistics that was gathered. It showed that new clients were coming after someone whom they knew told them about the medication and its effects. Also a lot of customers acquired the preparation after they read a few Provigil reviews written by actual consumers.

Provigil reviews

    Usually such statistics is hidden by manufacturers due to significant amount of negative feedback that makes people feel uncertain about acquiring the product but the situation with Provigil was completely different. The percentage of positive responses is over 90% and most of negative feedback is connected with questions of minor importance such as delivery accidents and so on. That’s why the advertising politics of Provigil manufacturers was changed and redirected towards social feedback and this move has proved its value according to recent statistics researches.

People seem to be me tolerant to what people have to say about their experience than to what manufacturer writes about its products. We’ve become suspicious and afraid of being deceived by untrue facts made up by someone.

There are thousands of testimonials and feedback messages published at web sites selling Provigil so it is not a problem to find it out and get familiar with it. Reading customer Provigil reviews you can really learn what users have to say about their experience.

According to statistics gathered basing upon the reviews in 70% of cases people start feeling better and bear the disorders in 1.5 weeks of using the preparation. All they notice the increase of energy and productivity. They were able to perform better at job and concentrate on certain types of activities better than they used to before taking the preparation.

5 thoughts on “Provigil reviews

  1. Anonymous

    I have Narcolepsy with Cataplexy and am currently taking Provigil during the day when I first wake up. I have noticed that my Cataplexy attacks are fewer but it doesn’t stop them all. I still have at least 3 big attacks a week. I have found that I am more alert taking Ritalin but have more cataplectic attacks. I am currently working with my doc to up the dosage because the 200mg are not enough. I have had some side effects with the medicine. Mood Swings, becoming fixated on a task or project, confusion, headache and some depression. I am currently a full time student and for me taking Provigil to prevent attacks vs being more alert is the best option for me at this point.

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  2. jrfirepup

    I went into the hospital because I had a blood clot in the main artery that feeds the colon and got gangrene and had to have 2/3 of my colon removed. When they did my blood test I came up positive for PCP. I have never touched the stuff!!! So I’m wondering if the medicine Provigil can cause a false positive reading?

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  3. Colby45

    I’ve been on nightshift for a couple months now (5:00PM to 3:30AM Sometimes 5:30AM or later) but I just got off work and had a couple of near misses tonight. My Dr prescribed provigil but insurance isnt working out and I need prior authorization… 763.00 for 30 day supply is out of my price range. Anyway will this medication help with paying attention to what I’m doing? I know a lot of my lack of focus has to do with sleepiness. I just lack the drive I had on dayshift and when I’m tired/groggy I can be a bit of a hot head. I’m trying to find solutions for the problem but I wanted to get some feedback from people with experience because like myself no one I’ve spoken to has even heard of it. My main priority is safety, I have a family and everybody I work with wants to get home safely. Working in a fab shop has many potentially fatal risks involved and being a leadman I cant afford for someone to get hurt or killed because my circadian rhythm is screwed up. Thanks everyone for the help.

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  4. sasan062

    Hello! I’m 29 years old and have been taking Provigil for 3 months for hypersomnolence. I’ve noticed lately that I’ve been losing a good amount of hair from all over my head.specially in the center of my hair line. What is that about??

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  5. marie

    I had chronic fatigue after a Lyme-type disease, then stopped walking, got depressed, gained weight, and got breast cancer. Treated with two surgeries and had radiation-related fatigue. I am a nurse who had experience with cancer patients who took Provigil, and asked to try it. My M.D. prescribed it three years ago. I found it to be the best thing for me. I had tried various antidepressants but got many side effects. Unlike antidepressants,Provigil/Modafinal can be taken as needed, and works immediately, so I have tapered off of the daily dose (it does stop working after a while,) and use 50 mg. two or three times a week, or as needed. If I overdo it I get heart palpitations and headaches. What a miracle, I have my health back. I don’t feel anxious that I’ll get depressed because I can’t make it through the day. I walk and eat well. My insurance didn’t cover it til after I had radiation. This is a good drug for me, and my doctor agrees. I am careful not to overuse it!

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