Hey Everyone -
I'm new here. Found the site while looking for info about and glad I found it.
I wanted to start my own blog about it as well.
Some info: I work out every day, sometimes dividing workouts into two sessions, morning and evening. I NEED stimulants to live. Period. And will not apologize for it I saw an ad for Spirodex as a "mood enhancer" and stimulant. Let me also say that I LOVE Aderol - when I could get it, which is not very often. My work makes me crazy, angry and very moody. So I was looking for something that would be similar to Aderol. To those of you not familiar with Aderol, it is a prescription drug often given to sufferers of AD/HD. But it's effects on me were a general "happy" feeling, along with increased energy and appetite suppression. Spirodex seemed like it might fit that bill, so I spent the $40 and am giving it a try. I am following the directions on the bottle. One tablet. I began two days ago, and am currently on day three.
Day One: I took the tablet at 11:00 AM on my way to work and noticed the effects almost immediately. At work, during a particularly bad, hectic day, I was more jovial, and yet calm. Co-workers noticed this as well. An unintended benefit is the appetite suppression. I don't really need that, but am certainly not complaining. The effects lasted ALL DAY. There was no problem falling asleep. No "jitters".
Day Two: Yesterday I had the day off, but took the tablet again at 11:00 AM. The same effects. I re-arranged my room, did some long-put-off chores, and spent some quality time with my neglected cats. At the gym I was more focused, though not necessarily any stronger. I have stopped taking pre-workout drinks because, honestly, I cannot afford, protein power, pre-workout powder AND Spirodex. So for now it's just protein and Spiro. Overall I am noticing that same "happy peaceful" feeling I got when I took Aderol, along with increased energy and initiative to take on other tasks. So far, so good.
One more thing. I am trying Spirodex not to increase my power or strength, but mostly as a mood modifier and stimulant. Pretty much to keep my job. So there won't be much here about workout or training effects, unless I see that they are being positively or negatively influenced.
More to come.