The World Wide Modafinil Phenomenon

From celebrities to Wall Street traders, PhD students, and artists, people all over the world are turning to the latest innovation in nootropics to give their brain a boost. That medication is Modafinil. Modafinil was originally formulated as a wakefulness agent to help those who suffer from narcolepsy and sleep apnea. In recent years, this medication has sparked a worldwide phenomenon, gaining a reputation as one of the safest and most powerful nootropics on the market.

The International Rise of Nootropics

Nootropics, or brain boosters, are a class of medications able to enhance cognition. These pills first earned popularity on university campuses, as students passed them around study halls late at night before major exams. Able to increase concentration and improve overall cognition, these medications provide the perfect solution for students hoping to clock in a few more studying hours or perform to their best ability during a presentation.

University campuses aren’t the only place where smart drugs have earned popularity, however. These “limitless” pills have made their way into the corporate world as well, increasing workplace productivity.

Today, the global demand for nootropics continues to rise exponentially. In fact, in 2015 these pills earned 1 billion dollars in sales in the US alone. Modafinil in particular has risen to the forefront of this world wide phenomenon and generic versions of the brand name Provigil have skyrocketed in popularity due to their low cost compared to Provigil and easy ordering process. One such vendor, Afinil, provides four generics of Modafinil online manufactured by Indian pharmaceutical giants Sun Pharmaceuticals and HAB Pharma.

Modafinil—The New Pill on the Block

Despite being one of the newest nootropics, Modafinil is one of the most popular as well.  In addition to helping those who suffer from narcolepsy and sleep apnea, Modafinil helps many who suffer from ADD/ADHD get off of addictive medications like Adderall and Ritalin.

This smart drug works by boosting the neurotransmission of dopamine and adrenaline to the brain, resulting in feelings of wakefulness. Research on Modafinil shows that it is a powerful supplement that can enhance cognition, improve memory, and sharpen focus.

Benefits of Modafinil

Some of the top benefits of Modafinil include:

  • Enhanced cognition
  • Improved memory
  • Increased concentration/focus
  • Improved wakefulness, especially for those suffering from lack of sleep or narcolepsy related to sleep apnea, shift work sleep disorder, or jet leg
  • Alternative to Adderall or Ritalin

In addition to these benefits, Modafinil distinguishes itself from other nootropics for its safe and non-addictive formula. Unlike stimulant nootropics, which can create a strong physical dependence, Modafinil has gained worldwide recognition for its low risk of addiction.

Modafinil: The Future of Nootropics?

Many have speculated the Modafinil is paving the way for the future of nootropics, leaving addictive stimulants behind. This powerful smart drug is already used by countless students and professionals across the globe. And with nootropics becoming an increasingly accepted field of medicine, its popularity is only expected to rise.

While resistance to nootropics was largely based on the risk of abuse, Modafinil stands in as a safe supplement, allowing users to sharpen their focus and increase brainpower. Originally designed to help those who suffer from narcolepsy, this smart drug has already helped countless individuals with ADHD and ADD, and is now becoming a widely accepted medication to help the average person tap their potential.

We’re Back! (& the Story Behind the Downtime)

The Chas Daily is finally back after a long period of domain problems. In this post, as the founder and president of Chas Daily News, I hope to give our readers an understanding of the situation before we get back to our regular schedule of publishing news. It’s not something I have to do, but to our loyal readers, I’d rather give a reasoning for the gap in publishing because at the end of the day, if you can’t trust your news network, who can you really trust?

The Chas Daily was a childhood dream of mine. I was publishing newspapers and printing them in high school, selling them to friends and family, who would only buy them out of pity and to support my dreams. Being honest here, they weren’t great, but we all have to start somewhere, right?

This progressed from an ambition to a career, and before I knew it, I launched The Chas Daily. I ran it successfully for more than a decade and it became one of the largest publications providing Latvian news to an English audience. Then, all of a sudden, I was faced with the loss of a family member and the medical bills went through the roof. Before I knew it, my credit score was ruined and I was more than $250,000 in debt. I can write another post on the current state of the American medical system and name 20 suggestions that can be implemented today to make the system more geared towards the people (sound familiar?), but I will save that for another day.

Then I received a call from my bank that my credit card was canceled. No reason was given, but I don’t think that it was a coincidence that the medical bills that I was unable to pay on time and had to restructure happened right before I got the call. That call was the one that opened the floodgates. The following three days, I received calls from the other banks and corporations that I had cards open with, and like clockwork, they all told me the same thing. I was now left at a low point in my life, and the domain that was being paid for by my credit card automatically suddenly expired because the card expired. I was forced to fight for it at a domain auction and after paying more than $500 more than the annual renewal for the domain, I was able to get it back. I learned, shortly after these events unfolded, that ChexSystems was the culprit behind the wave of card cancellations. They are a firm that we end users of the cards don’t interact with, but most every bank uses them to get information on the cardholders that they are dealing with to ensure that they are able to pay their debts on time and can remain solvent for their own good. I looked for non ChexSystems banks and was able to find a few resources online, the best one being the one I just linked to, but at the end of the day, there aren’t many banks that don’t participate in the ChexSystems ring. It reminds me of casinos and how they use cameras to gain biometric data to identify everything about anybody who enters their establishment, and this data is shared between casinos to identify fraudsters, card counters, and the like. Although not the best analogy, you can see where I am coming from.

I am glad to say that I am back from this difficult period in my life and have had the domain in my hands for a while, but have not had the chance to post any news yet. Expect some new posts soon on both the online and paper versions of The Chas Daily.

Thanks for all of your love and support messages, they are appreciated.

Until next time!