What Over-the-counter Stay Awake Pills Work The Best?


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There are many pills on the market that advertise themselves as the best thing to help stay awake. Therefore, it is difficult and confusing to choose which product is really the best.

However, Fatigue Relief Plus guarantees that their pills will reduce fatigue or they will give you your money back. They also claim that it reduces fatigue naturally and you will not experience the "come down” associated with caffeine and other stimulants. Side effects of caffeine pills include restlessness, insomnia, headaches, palpitations and shaking.

Another alternative that is possibly the most tried and tested is Pro Plus: As a household name which are the most popular and well-known pills that help counter fatigue and drowsiness. Two pills, which is the recommended dosage, contain 100mg of caffeine. This is the equivalent of a strong cup of coffee, so it will give you a boost without going over the top.

There are of course many other products on the market that promise to give you a boost without the aid of caffeine. One example of these products is "Mr Energy eight-hour energy pills”. Whilst the marketing for products such as these is very impressive, with pages of technical-looking jargon and references to many studies funded by the military etc, always exercise caution and remain vigilant on parting with your cash. Of course, they probably do give you lots of energy, but at what cost to your vital organs? Like the old saying goes, if it seems to good to be true, it probably is.

"Stay awake” pills should be used as a last resort. There is no better solution to tiredness than a good night’s sleep!


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