maso4169 is absolutely correct on this, however, I would bring Nuvigil up when you see your doctor. It's one of the few meds out there who's only purpose is to keep you awake - not for ADD, just for irregular work shifts, daytime sleepiness, and narcolepsy. Some of the other stimulants can be a bit severe, and a bit much. It is also known to not be tolerance forming, which is a big deal in comparison to some of the older stimulants.
Nuvigal is a rather new drug being used for this reason and others. Many people addicted to speed or methamphetamines are starting to use it as a substitute for the illicit drug. It is a bit like suboxone as a replacement for opiates so people will not have to sleep thru their first wek of withdrawal. I didn't think this was your reason for the question but the drug use to be expensive and it just recently came out a generic so more people are starting to use it.
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