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Re: Provigil is definitely affecting my sleep.

Posted by SLS on July 19, 2004, at 7:49:04

In reply to Provigil is definitely affecting my sleep., posted by Dinah on July 19, 2004, at 7:35:33

> This is only day three, any ideas on how much longer I should give it before deciding it's too activating? I guess it's possible that my insomnia and trouble staying asleep is unrelated to starting the provigil. I certainly have periods of time where I can't stay asleep. But it's unusual for me to have trouble falling asleep.

How are you dividing your doses? You can either take one dose in the morning or one in the morning and one at noon.

Be patient. I don't think I would abort for initial insomnia. If it were producing profound anxiety or agitation during the day, that's another story.

I hope everything works out. When Provigil works, it can be a very smooth drug.

- Scott




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