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  1. SDR
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    Very good – if you have adrenal exhaustion, need to address that at the same time, or you’ll have a rebound effect with the drug. Like, excessive fatigue the following day without the medication. I’ve been taking 200mg for about 2 years. It isn’t needed daily, but if you are going to pass out, there is nothing that provigil can do for you.
    This I mean driving fatigue. I’ve crashed 2x when driving with provigil. If you are tired sleep, if you are sleepy pull over and nap. Its better that you don’t take chances.
    I find the best use is brain fatigue. I am able to focus and study and organize my life better with it.
    Definitely helps “waking up” in the morning.

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