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Anyone taking Sunosi or Wakix? Wondering how it has works for you and if there are any side effects.

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    • WallyWasTaken2

      745d

      I take Sunosi!! It has been a great help. It's a huge noticeable difference between when I'm on it and when I'm of it. I have a lot more energy during the day, and I'm making way easy less. Twice at the most!! It also helps with the depression side of it.

    • WallyWasTaken2

      745d

      Autocorrect. I'm taking way less naps

    • WallyWasTaken2

      745d

      I take Sunosi!! It has been a great help. It's a huge noticeable difference between when I'm on it and when I'm of it. I have a lot more energy during the day, and I'm making way easy less. Twice at the most!! It also helps with the depression side of it.

    • kthedragon

      771d

      Hey! I just started Wakix and Nuvigil (Armodafinil) since I failed with the Provigil (Modafinil). I haven’t really struggled with cataplexy since I’ve been on it so I think that might be the Wakix so yay! I haven’t noticed anything else with it yet so if you have any questions or want to discuss anything, feel free to message me!

    • IcecreamMoon

      775d

      I am also very curious to know if anyone is familiar with either of those meds! I am not currently on anything that is helping the narcolepsy so I’m wondering if those meds might be an option for me to try.

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