What Is Adrafinil
Adrafinil is a common nootropic used to increase your level of alertness and wakefulness. Though it possesses stimulant qualities, it does not create hyperactivity in the body, rather it fends off sleepiness. It is a non-amphetamine psycho-stimulant – it reduces drowsiness but does not increase heart rate or anxiety. It is a popular stimulant because it has few side effects and does not require a prescription in many countries.
Adrafinil is inactive in its initial form. It becomes active by converting to Modafinil in the liver.
Only a small amount of Adrafinil converts to Modafinil, with the majority becoming inactive. Thus, greater amounts of Adrafinil than Modafinil are required to achieve a similar effect.
Adrafinil has a short biological half-life (the time it takes a substance to lose half of its biological activity) of 1 hour. It converts to Modafinil, which has a 12 to 15-hour half-life. This means that the user will feel effects many hours after consumption.
— Improves Mental and Physical Function
— Improves Awareness and Focus
— Reduces Depression Symptoms
— Improves Memory
— Improves Reaction Speed
— May Improve Learning
— May Increase Movement and Activity
Adrafinil should be taken in 300 mg per day doses. The drug is less strong than Modafinil and thus must be used in higher doses. With a lower dose, you will feel less stimulation, but it is useful when first starting out. Over time you can increase your dosage of Adrafinil for the optimal effects specific to you.
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