Modafinil is not the biggest gain I have made towards peak experiences – that would be just basic exercise. It is not the biggest gain towards overall well-being, which is only a cleaner diet and very good hydration. It is not even the largest no-brainer of a nootropic, the honor of that probably goes to Piracetam.
As we have mentioned in previous posts, the smart drug, Modafinil, is used by people of all backgrounds, whether they be students, travelers, workers, or even job hunters. And as you’d expect, they all have their own Modafinil experience stories to tell.
This is the start of our series of real-life Modafinil experiences. What if there was a smart pill that would enable you to see things clearer, concentrate better, and thereby increase productivity?
Nootropics are any natural or pharmaceutical substances that potentially improve mental skills. Known by many names – for example, cognitive enhancers, smart pills, go-pills, and so on. Nootropics are consumed by many of us, from students to working professionals up to dementia patients. Nootropics are either dietary supplements (such as caffeine or L-theanine), synthetic compounds (racetams like piracetam used by older patients), or prescription drugs (such as the classically known attention deficit hyperactivity disorder treatment medication Adderall and newer, promising drugs like Modafinil (Modalert, Modvigil)).