Most emails sent to this site are spam, trying to sell me this or that.
I usually pay no attention and delete them. But I received an email from Brad that wasn’t a sales ploy at all.
But somewhat a ‘Modafinil Success Story.’ Meet Brad.
Modafinil Success Story
Brad Solardo is in the online information-sharing business, which is often done without an income in the beginning.
Brad spends his days searching, referencing, and rewriting information into easy-to-read posts.
Brad is 48 and started internet marketing in 2008.
After suffering a life-changing loss at the hands of the 2008 financial crisis, Brad and his family were left jobless and not much hope of gaining employment in their current location.
Brad is a husband and a father of two. Brad and his family had enough money to survive for 12 months in the US.
But enough to live for three years in Thailand. So off they went.
Due to Visa restrictions, Brad chose a border town to move to. Being close to the border, the family could drive out of Thailand for the day and cross again with another three-month visa stamp.
Schooling for the kids was not an issue, as Brad and his wife home-schooled the kids.
After six months, Brad made $2.50.
Things were not looking good, feeling tired, overworked, lacking creativity, and ready to give up.
Brad shared his despair with a friend at the gym, Nick. Nick’s words were the right words at the right time.
Two months later, Brad made $14,000 in a month.
Nick said, don’t give up; you have plenty of time. And for feeling tired all the time, try Modafinil.
Nick gave Brad 10 Waklert tablets.
Was Modafinil the answer to all of Brad’s problems, no? But did it help, yes? Brad adopted a new way of approaching his work.
But let’s hear what happened from Brad.
Modafinil Success Story
I spent so much time working in my business that I had no time to work on my business.
When we first arrived in Thailand, I had a pretty solid morning routine.
I knew that positively starting the day was essential for most successful people.
But as the months went by without making any money. My level of enthusiasm for getting up early and exercising drifted.
On Nick’s advice, I treated Modafinil like medicine. I dropped a whole Waklert first thing every morning together with my pre-workout shake.
By the time I finished my meditation, the Waklert effects would start to kick in, and off to the gym, I would go.
Modafinil was not the answer to all of my problems, but it helped me focus and work much more intelligent than before.
Some Advice on using Modafinil.
Both Brad and I use Modafinil daily (I use Artvigil and Brad Waklert).
During the conversation with Brad, I asked if he ever suffered headaches when using Waklert?
His answer seems so obvious in hindsight.
Brad, yes, I get the occasional headache, but only when I drink enough water!
Me, interesting; maybe that’s why I get headaches after 3 or 4 days of use of Waklert.
So I put it to the test, sure enough, when I’m fully hydrated, no headaches. Of course, I started to wonder, is there any evidence of Modafinil causing dehydration of the brain?
Modafinil and Dehydration
I have listed headaches as a common side effect in past posts. But from what I was reading, the agreed cause was always over-dosing.
The best information I can find today comes from Mental Health Daily.
Research suggests that up to 9.4% of users experience headaches when taking Modafinil over an extended term.
Headaches are considered an “adverse” long-term effect in that they may become severe enough to warrant discontinuation of treatment.
This implies that headaches that emerge over the long term may moderate or have significant severity.
It is unclear as to what causes these headaches, but they could be a result of,
- Underactive parasympathetic function,
- Blood pressure increases,
- And vasoconstriction.
Modafinil to Treat Fatigue.
Modafinil receives a very high rating when used to treat fatigue. 7.4 out of 10.