Adrafinil Nootropic Overview

Adrafinil, a eugeroic or wakefulness promoting agent designed to increase productivity and stimulate the mind & body. A nootropic agent designed to act on the central nervous systems by increasing wakefulness, reducing fatigue and displaying promising nootropic properties.

In addition to this nootropics effects on wakefulness, studies suggest it has beneficial effects on mood, motivation, and cognition.

How it works:

This nootropic agent is a prodrug to modafinil, resulting in increased levels of modafinil in the body after metabolism by the liver, accounting for its wakefulness & anti-fatigue properties.

As a central nervous system stimulant, adrafinil has a direct effect on the adrenergic system as well as the catecholamine hormone levels acting on the release of adrenalin.

By stimulating the nervous system, this nootropic agent has shown to reduce the effects of fatigue and tiredness, making it easier for the user to concentrate on important tasks and be more productive throughout the day.

Additionally, Adrafinil has also been shown to increase the neurotransmitter hypocretin, which helps to regulate wakefulness, making the subject feel more energetic and alert when using this nootropic agent.

Potential Benefits:

  • Wakefulness & Focus
  • Motivation & Mood
  • Memory & Learning 

Common Indications:

  • 150mg - 300mg



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