What happens if you take it more often than once in the morning.. is it really possible to stay usefully awake anywhere near 72 hrs?
"James D. Wilson" wrote:
> You are talking about Provigil, and I started taking it as an
> alternative to Ritalin two weeks ago. What do you want to know?
> James D. Wilson
> "non sunt multiplicanda entia praeter necessitatem"
> William of Ockham (1285-1347/49)
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> Subject: Re: New Drug for Narcoleptics
> 72 hrs without sleep!? Where can I get some?
> Joshua Clingenpeel wrote:
> > I was wondering if anyone had any information on a new drug I have
> heard is
> > being developed for narcoleptics. I'm mostly curious because it has
> > interesting effects on non-narcoleptics, in particular 72 hours
> without the
> > need for sleep, and then 8 hours of sleep to fully recharge. Just
> > and I have mixed feelings on the idea.
> > On the one hand, I could do so much more if I had 72 consecutive
> hours in
> > which to do it. On the other hand, one of the reasons I love
> sleeping is
> > because I get bored with being awake sometimes. That doesn't sound
> > productive, but sometimes you run out of things to do...
> > Pope Arhat Al-Hazred Mateed XXIII
> "Knowing the path is not the same as walking the path."
> -Morpheus _The Matrix_
-- "Knowing the path is not the same as walking the path." -Morpheus _The Matrix_