As a general rule of thumb, if it sounds too good to be true it probably is.
Look for studies to come out that link the drug to growing a tail, anal leakage and a chance of your face sloughing off your skull.
(ABC) They are all around us, a secret society of the successful. They say what gives them an advantage, though, isn’t just purposefulness or perseverance but a little secret weapon, a pill called Provigil.
John Withers, a computer programmer, can write code for 12 hours at a time.
“It helps you focus up for exceptionally long periods of time,” he said.
And then there is the brain researcher who can find connections no one else is seeing. She asked that we not name her.
“It’s just a clear day,” she said. “The fog isn’t there.”
Provigil is approved only for narcolepsy, sleep apnea or for people who work irregular hours, but hidden among those who take it are pockets of healthy Americans taking it just to boost energy and enhance focus. It excites the mind so much that Provigil has been nicknamed “Viagra for the brain.” Keep Reading