Citation: Matt. "Worst High Ever: An Experience with Modafinil (exp95375)". Erowid.org. Feb 20, 2019. erowid.org/exp/95375
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Sorry for my english but I will try to do my best to relate my experience.
I'm Prescribed Modafinil 200mg per day because of my lack of energy and depression. Sincerely it works realy good, but yesterday I went straight home from my university and I was really bored with no plans and no homework. I decided to take 4 pills which is 800mg with an empty stomach.
I waited for 20 mins and some euphoria kicked in so after a cigarette I was feeling very funny and then I stupidly decided to take 4 more. Half and hour later I was feeling so cool like if I were on MDMA but less intense and the cigarettes started to make me more high and excited so I listened to my favorite music and the high was really getting more and more intense, the first effects after an hour were tics on my foot, constant tongue movement, raised heart rate, thirsstiness and dizzines.
I was still feeling fine but after another hour the tics were so damn intense to the point I was getting paranoia, I just wanted to stop because the good feeling in my stomach was getting annoying so I went to my room I laid down on my bed and I was kinda annoyed/high.
The worst thing is I couldn't sleep! This high lasted for hours I drank so much water that I wanted to vomit but I couldnt it wont let me, I was so scared of my heart rate, I tried to relax and not to be scared, that is the only way the heart rate can go down... then by a very long time (nightmare) the high came off slowly and I felt cold and tired the next day, I couldn't do anything just stay in bed with a horrible headache.
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