What is Modalert?
Modalert is a stimulant for the central nervous system that is available with a doctor's prescription and helps individuals remain awake, improve their focus, and fight tiredness.
It is most commonly used to treat narcolepsy and shift-work sleep disorder; however, doctors may also prescribe it off-label for a variety of other reasons, such as to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), for airline pilots, or to treat excessive fatigue associated with medical conditions such as cancer or multiple sclerosis (MS).
Abuse and addiction to Modalert (Provigil) are discussed here.
Students, professionals, and others who are wanting to combat tiredness to remain awake for longer periods of time and boost their attention and concentration often misuse Modalert 200 as a study medication in order to achieve their goals. Even though Provigil is a less effective prescription stimulant than Adderall or other similar drugs, there is still a chance that abusing it might lead to psychological dependency. This is especially true if the drug is used for longer than recommended.
According to the findings of the 2018 National Survey on Drug Abuse, the misuse of prescription stimulants is a significant issue in the United States. Just in the last year of 2018, over 5.1 million people in the United States abused prescription stimulants such as Provigil.