Nuvigil

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What is Nuvigil?

Nuvigil 150 mg Tab
Drug Name: ARMODAFINIL - ORAL
Other Brand Names: Nuvigil
Uses: Armodafinil decreases extreme sleepiness due to narcolepsy and other sleep disorders such as difficult/irregular breathing during sleep (e.g., obstructive sleep apnea/hypopnea syndrome-OSAHS). It is also used to decrease sleepiness due to work schedules that interfere with a normal sleep routine (shift work sleep disorder-SWSD). It is not known how armodafinil works to increase wakefulness. It is thought to work by affecting certain substances in the brain that control the sleep/wake cycle. Armodafinil does not make up for lack of sleep. It should not be used to treat tiredness or hold off sleep in people who do not have a sleep disorder.
Posts on Nuvigil (11)
I have idiopathic hypersomnia, and am on nuvigil (life changing by the way - some side effe...
Hi. I have been on antipressants and klonapin for over 4 years. My pdoc and I finally fou...
My doctor recently prescribed me Nuvigil for my massive fatigue. Any bad side affects anyo...
I get my period about every 2 1/2 weeks and it lasts around 10 days. I went to the doctor ...
I was prescribed both but not to use at the same time. Both are addicting but rather use t...
I was given Nuvigil to help me with the fatigue that is causing me to have to nap pretty mu...
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I've been on Depo Provera for around five years now. I no longer have my period, haven't ha...
I have been diagnosed with bipolar and have been prescribed Seroquel and Lexapro. They bot...
Journals about Nuvigil(2)
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by Tehri, Mar 02, 2011
Dr. Taca prescribed 1mg Ropinirole HCL nightly for deeper sleep. Also prescribed Nu...
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by Jules77733, Feb 26, 2011 - 2 Comments
Wow...my first post of 2011. I haven't been updating after every single appointme...
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