Modafinil is commonly referred to as a “Smart Drug” because of the benefits it
offers for cognitive ehancement. Across the globe many people accept modafinil
as the leading smart drug available, but unfortunately there are still several myths
that persist. There are 3 primary myths surrounding smart drugs.
The Myths Of Modafinil
Myth number one
• Hollywood Smart Drugs are real products
The hollywood industry is known for embellishing aspects of real life. This is no
exception with the smart drug industry. There are three popular smart drugs
which have been seen in a couple of recent blockbuster films.
As amazing as these drugs are portrayed in the cinema world, they do not exist.
These drugs are the embellished version of real life smart drugs.
The reality is no pill can provide you with information or a skill set; fortunately,
there are smart drugs (Modafinil), which are proven to effectively enhance your
ability to focus and work for extended periods of time.
Myth number two
• Humans only use 10% of our brain capacity
The old myth that has been passed around for 70+ years is that our brain only
operates at a max of 10% capacity, and with the right behavioral habits and
drugs, we can expand our brain capacity beyond 10% and achieve more. Its a
very simple way of understanding how the brain works, but like any other myth,
this isn’t true.
With the 100 billion neurons constantly working, there is no percentage to
measure brain capacity. Neurologist Barry Gordon describes the myth as
laughably false, stating, “we use virtually every part of the brain, and that [most
of] the brain is active almost all the time.”
With the help of Modafinil, your ability to focus, operate, and work are increased
to noticeable levels.
Myth number three
• Improper use of Smart Drugs can create holes in your brain
What you consume externally (diet, exercise) and internally (mental health) can
affect the biological makeup of the brain. With that being said, no matter the
toxicity levels of any food or drug you consume, you will not create holes in your
brain. This myths stems from the 1970’s when people believed psychedelic were
dangerous enough to create holes in your brain.
The reality is, there are many drugs which decrease the impact of
neurotransmitters, making it difficult to properly function mentally.
Modafinil does the exact opposite. This means your ability to work and focus
increase, and there will be no holes in your brain