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What is the difference between adderall and nuvigil?

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12 Apr 2010

Nuvigil is a medication that is primarily used to promote wakefulness. Adderall on the other hand is a stimulant that is used primarily to treat ADD and can be used to treat narcolepsy. Hope this helps.

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