Citation: pete. "Life Change in One Day: An Experience with Modafinil (exp72946)". Erowid.org. Sep 14, 2018. erowid.org/exp/72946
I ordered 30 pills of Modafinil 200mg from an online provider. This is my first time using an online pharmacy, and I was really skeptical (especially because it was so easy and cheap to acquire Modafinil). But a small package came in the mail today containing 3 blister packs each containing 10 200mg pills of Modalert (generic Modafinil).
I took 1 pill at 11:30 am after a light breakfast. Within 30 minutes I could tell that I felt different. It felt like the onset of an amphetamine rush. It only got better from there. Even two hours later I was still 'coming up' slowly. Usually on my days off from work I do menial tasks and generally waste the day. But the Modalert gave me a lot of motivation. So I went to a museum to do some drawing. My concentration was so good. I stayed focused and spent 2 1/2 hours on a drawing (which turned out really well). Since I was drawing in public, a lot of curious people came up to see what I was drawing, and talk to me. Usually I am quite shy, but not today, not on Modalert. I engage in interesting conversations, and meet some really cute girls.
After the museum I wander around the city for a while, and decide to head home. When I get home (+7 hours since ingestion) I realize that I haven't eaten all day, and I'm still not that hungry. The effects of the Modalert are still quite noticeable. I eat a small dinner and watch television. I really like the appetite suppressant effect of this drug, because I need to loose some weight.
At +8 hours, I feel it start to wear off. But the comedown isn't uncomfortable at all, and it is time to wind down.
To summarize my experience; Modalert (Modafinil) is a wonder drug. It boosted my energy, mood, and motivation, and reduced my appetite. I look forward to a long and productive relationship with this medicine.
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