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    CozyTime posted:
    If you don't sleep well, have bad fog as the day goes along and can barely do what you need to, it's time to check out this medicine.

    It's called NUVIGIL . It started out being used for people with sleep disorders. They are now trying it on CFS and fibro patients.

    It will not "speed" you up. I take it 30-60 mins before I have to get up. Sometimes I take at 6am to be fully alert by 9am. I cat nap in between.

    It will clear the fog outta your head. You can follow conversations and move

    I take a half a pill on days I MUST function. I could but I don't take it daily. I don't want to be a tolerance - not sure that would happen anyway. Ask your Dr for a sample.

    Someone asked on a post I have going if I knew anything for fatigue. Fogged out and couldn't find the post so here it is for everyone.

    It helps me greatly when I must get up and handle business. Check it out. Hope it helps someone else. Let us know
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