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post Jul 11, 2009, 06:30 PM
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This is my review for Jet Alert Brand 100 mg caffeine pills and caffeine in general

well, it doesnt so much help a person with chronic fatigue. even after i take the caffeine i still lie down on bed feeling miserable. it takes 4 pills space out to just begin getting a mild effect and this mild effect is not enough to make me get anything done or fight depression. sometimes i go to sleep in a weak state on caffeine pills just as i do off them, when theres no insomnia. it wears off completely in 2 hours, there doesnt appear to be much of a withdrawal syndrome even after long use, no headaches. The caffeine does not raise my heart rate.

Overall i would have to say the only over the counter stimulant is not a very helpful one at all. For people like me this is bad news, since we are stuck in bed almost all of the time and everything doctors gives us is a fail.

Overall, Caffeine gets a fail in my book, too weak, too ineffective, even when multiple pills per day are taken. I have yet to find anything that truly increases energy and is feasible. Stablon is just too weak and expensive, even at tons of pills per day. I dont know what to say to people who say they get a benefit out of things 100s of times weaker than opioids, stablon and 500 mg caffeine, such as piracetam - i just dont understand you and what you are experiencing. all these things, including caffeine, are weak fails that cant even get a person out of bed
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