What is Modvigil?

Modvigil 200 is a nootropic representative of adrenergic agents ( central nervous system stimulants) that promotes wakefulness and is helpful for individuals who have excessive sleepiness in obstructive sleep apnea, narcolepsy, and shift work sleep disorder.

Modvigil 200 is the first choice for combating narcolepsy, shift work disorder, and excessive daytime sleepiness.

How Does Modvigil 200 Work?

The specific mechanism of action of Modvigil 200 is unknown, but exciting dopamine release causes nerves to communicate more effectively. By boosting dopamine (a major chemical that nerves use to communicate with each other), Modvigil 200 may help keep you awake and alert.

Uses of Modvigil 200mg

Modvigil 200 is used for excessive sleepiness in patients with narcolepsy, obstructive sleep apnea (when treating the underlying obstruction does not work), and shift work disorders.

Shift work disorder -  Shift work sleep disorder occurs when a person's sleeping patterns are affected due to shifting work.

Obstructive sleep apnea - In obstructive sleep apnea, breathing stops for a moment when your muscles relax.

Shift work sleep disorder -  SWSD is a common sleep disorder that disrupts people's sleep patterns. As a result, the circadian rhythms of shift workers are out of sync with their workdays.

Sleep apnea - When you are sleeping, involuntary pauses in breathing or shallow breathing, usually due to obstruction of the upper airway, can disrupt your sleep.

The recommended dose of Modvigil 200mg

For the treatment of narcolepsy or obstructive sleep apnea, the recommended daily dose is 200 mg. Modvigil 200 should be taken in the morning. For people with shift work disorders, Modvigil should be taken one hour before work. One can take it with or without food. 

Side effects of Modvigil 200mg

Many people utilizing this pill do not have dangerous side effects. It is necessary to keep utilizing the medication as directed by your doctor because stopping the medication could result in your condition returning or becoming worse.





Difficulty sleeping may occur

If these symptoms persist, immediately go to see your doctor.