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    ey guys,

    so yesterday I started my workouts in the morning instead of the evening and only lifted about an hour and was done by noon...I bought INTIMIDATE and just started to use it yesterday in high hopes but I have to say...the claim of deep sleep...ya didn't help me sleep at all, I was up all night last night and I was feeling tired at 11 so I took the pill right before bed and within 20 minutes or so I felt wired...I couldnt get any sleep and probably only got an hours worth of some sleep.....anyone else have this strange side effect??


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    Question:

    When you take medication that has a warning of "may cause drowsiness", does it happen? Do you get drowsy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meister
    Question:

    When you take medication that has a warning of "may cause drowsiness", does it happen? Do you get drowsy?

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    not sure where this is going but I assume this is a rhetorical question....if so then the warning label does not say anything about side effects on it an I have not read any reviews on it yet that say it ha bad side effects...

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    Quote Originally Posted by the gym rat View Post
    ey guys,

    so yesterday I started my workouts in the morning instead of the evening and only lifted about an hour and was done by noon...I bought INTIMIDATE and just started to use it yesterday in high hopes but I have to say...the claim of deep sleep...ya didn't help me sleep at all, I was up all night last night and I was feeling tired at 11 so I took the pill right before bed and within 20 minutes or so I felt wired...I couldnt get any sleep and probably only got an hours worth of some sleep.....anyone else have this strange side effect??
    felt weird? Please explain more of what this "weird" feeling was.


    Not everyone(testers included) will get an amazing nights sleep right away, give it a few days to kick in!

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    not sure where this is going but I assume this is a rhetorical question....if so then the warning label does not say anything about side effects on it an I have not read any reviews on it yet that say it ha bad side effects...

    Lower your defenses...not rhetorical!

    It is an honest question!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by VaughnTrue

    felt weird? Please explain more of what this "weird" feeling was.

    Not everyone(testers included) will get an amazing nights sleep right away, give it a few days to kick in!
    my bad...feeling weird should have been replaced with insomnia...I am not new to tests I've been on a few now and I just started a new stack of:
    maximize v2 + hemavol for a pre workout
    running erase pro as the servings recommend
    and intimidate

    I have been off of supplements besides protein for the past 4 weeks because I cycle on and off with equal time and it's been about 5 months since my last test cycle though I threaded the M1P not to long ago as a thread after I did the cycle....

    i agree it will probably just take a few days or so but I've never experienced insomnia from a supplement that claims to aid sleep...idk it may just be me

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    Quote Originally Posted by the gym rat

    not sure where this is going but I assume this is a rhetorical question....if so then the warning label does not say anything about side effects on it an I have not read any reviews on it yet that say it ha bad side effects...
    I think he may have been asking because some people respond opposite to things . For instance half the time I drink strong coffee it'll make me sleepy, Ritalin as a kid made me pass out in class, and when I'm on Vicodin I feel energetic.

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    just got my cousin some and he ran it for a few days, 4 i believe and he said he's gettin some weird side effects. like it does make him sleep and all but a real deep sleep where he cant wake up or want to wake up and his emotions were all over the place. like sad then angry then aggressive etc throughout the day. he stopped it cuz he hated it. said he's just gonna let me finish what he has left so gonna try it next month and see whats up with this stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meister

    Lower your defenses...not rhetorical!

    It is an honest question!!!!
    my bad man I didn't mean to come across like an ass I just didn't want to look stupid saying one thing when you meant the other...to answer your op, no you do not always feel drowsy, the company just reports that as a warning because in their testing they found some patients to experience drowsiness...

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    Quote Originally Posted by the gym rat View Post
    my bad...feeling weird should have been replaced with insomnia...I am not new to tests I've been on a few now and I just started a new stack of:
    maximize v2 + hemavol for a pre workout
    running erase pro as the servings recommend
    and intimidate

    I have been off of supplements besides protein for the past 4 weeks because I cycle on and off with equal time and it's been about 5 months since my last test cycle though I threaded the M1P not to long ago as a thread after I did the cycle....

    i agree it will probably just take a few days or so but I've never experienced insomnia from a supplement that claims to aid sleep...idk it may just be me
    In all reality, I think you psyched yourself out. Expecting a DEEP sleep, and then waiting for it to smack you like a ton of bricks would make me stay up all night too.


    Keep taking any stims early in the morning(or come off all together), and continue as planned. it will work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phatmike0704 View Post
    just got my cousin some and he ran it for a few days, 4 i believe and he said he's gettin some weird side effects. like it does make him sleep and all but a real deep sleep where he cant wake up or want to wake up and his emotions were all over the place. like sad then angry then aggressive etc throughout the day. he stopped it cuz he hated it. said he's just gonna let me finish what he has left so gonna try it next month and see whats up with this stuff
    Again, odd since the hormonal release has given just about everyone that "alpha" feeling. Considering he was only 4 days in, I'm a little unsure as to how his moods/emotions could have been that effected by it.

    Thank you for the feedback, I hope you have better luck

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    I am always saying stupid sh!t! No issues!

    I meant do you personally get drowsy?

    Reason:

    For a small percentage of individuals (me included) a reverse effect occurs. From what I was told by a physician, it is basically the same reaction that some children have when they take an antihistamine. Instead of the histamine making you drowsy (something about blocking H1 receptors and I am not going to pretend to know anything about what that means), it actually stimulates your nervous systems causing you to feel "wired".

    Have you tried taking Melatonin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeg313 View Post
    I think he may have been asking because some people respond opposite to things . For instance half the time I drink strong coffee it'll make me sleepy, Ritalin as a kid made me pass out in class, and when I'm on Vicodin I feel energetic.
    EXACTLY!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meister
    I am always saying stupid sh!t! No issues!

    I meant do you personally get drowsy?

    Reason:

    For a small percentage of individuals (me included) a reverse effect occurs. From what I was told by a physician, it is basically the same reaction that some children have when they take an antihistamine. Instead of the histamine making you drowsy (something about blocking H1 receptors and I am not going to pretend to know anything about what that means), it actually stimulates your nervous systems causing you to feel "wired".

    Have you tried taking Melatonin?

    Meister
    honestly man I have no idea what that is...I'm still pretty much a noob when it comes to supplements besides the ones I have taken (obviously) lol but no, I have no idea what that is and I have never considered taking it....what is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VaughnTrue

    In all reality, I think you psyched yourself out. Expecting a DEEP sleep, and then waiting for it to smack you like a ton of bricks would make me stay up all night too.

    Keep taking any stims early in the morning(or come off all together), and continue as planned. it will work.
    I agree 100%, tends to happen to me all the time...when I get something new and it says it will do something I do sit around expecting it to happen overnight like an idiot lol but I intend to stay on it the full 4 weeks but I will keep posting daily

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    Quote Originally Posted by the gym rat View Post
    I agree 100%, tends to happen to me all the time...when I get something new and it says it will do something I do sit around expecting it to happen overnight like an idiot lol but I intend to stay on it the full 4 weeks but I will keep posting daily
    That sounds great. New product are ALWAYS exciting, I agree...hard not to expect a ton right away, especially when you're using your hard earned money to purchase them.


    I am excited to see how your cycle continues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VaughnTrue View Post
    In all reality, I think you psyched yourself out. Expecting a DEEP sleep, and then waiting for it to smack you like a ton of bricks would make me stay up all night too.


    Keep taking any stims early in the morning(or come off all together), and continue as planned. it will work.
    I agree^

    Also taking a stim based pre workout like maximizeV2 could have something to do with the sleep issue.


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    Also a big surge in growth hormone will cause one not to be able to sleep and will actualy make you feel wired and or wide awake. Considering that DAA can do this, i would assume that NMDAA would do this to an even bigger degree. Like Vaughn said, give it a couple days, your body will adjust or you can take it with food, this should eliminate the issue a bit.
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    Melatonin is naturally produced by the body and it is what tells you that you are sleepy. I'll google and paste:

    Melatonin is a naturally occurring hormone that may be effective in treating some sleep problems including jet lag, insomnia, and circadian-rhythm sleep disorders.
    What is Melatonin?

    Melatonin is a hormone that is secreted by the pineal gland, which is in an area of the brain called the hypothalamus. Melatonin is produced from the amino acid called tryptophan and can be found in the blood as well as in the cerebrospinal fluid that bathes the brain and spinal cord. As a hormone, it conveys signals to other organs and seems to help regulate the circadian rhythms of the body.
    Melatonin’s Role in the Circadian Rhythm

    The circadian rhythm is the body’s natural pattern of physiological and behavioral processes that are timed to a near 24-hour period. These processes include things like the sleep-wake cycle as well as variations in body temperature, blood pressure, and the release of hormones. Melatonin levels increase after the onset of darkness and peak in the middle of the night between 11pm and 3am. Melatonin seems to promote sleep and can influence the timing of the sleep period.
    Melatonin to Treat Sleep Problems

    Melatonin may be effective in treating circadian rhythm disorders in which the desire for sleep is disrupted in its timing, resulting in difficulty falling asleep or inappropriate sleepiness. There are many common conditions that may be helped, such as:
    What Are Common Side Effects of Melatonin?

    There are many potential side effects of any drug, including hormonal supplements like melatonin. Although you would be unlikely to experience most side effects -- and you may not have any of them -- some that may commonly occur include:
    • Stomach cramps
    • Decreased alertness
    • Amnesia (memory loss)
    • Chest pain
    • Circadian rhythm disruption
    • Confusion
    • Cramping
    • Daytime fatigue
    • Transient depression
    • Diarrhea
    • Dizziness
    • Drowsiness
    • Hallucinations
    • Headache
    • Hormone changes
    • High blood sugars
    • Low blood pressure
    • Increase eye pressure
    • Irritability
    • Mood changes
    • Nausea
    • Vomiting
    • Paranoia
    • Pruritus (itchy skin)
    • Seizures
    • Tachycardia (rapid heart rate)
    • Taste disturbance
    Melatonin is not regulated as a drug and is available over-the-counter, but you should consult with your doctor to ensure that it is appropriate and safe to use to treat your sleeping difficulties.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Meister
    Melatonin is naturally produced by the body and it is what tells you that you are sleepy. I'll google and paste:

    Melatonin is a naturally occurring hormone that may be effective in treating some sleep problems including jet lag, insomnia, and circadian-rhythm sleep disorders.
    What is Melatonin?

    Melatonin is a hormone that is secreted by the pineal gland, which is in an area of the brain called the hypothalamus. Melatonin is produced from the amino acid called tryptophan and can be found in the blood as well as in the cerebrospinal fluid that bathes the brain and spinal cord. As a hormone, it conveys signals to other organs and seems to help regulate the circadian rhythms of the body.
    Melatonin's Role in the Circadian Rhythm

    The circadian rhythm is the body's natural pattern of physiological and behavioral processes that are timed to a near 24-hour period. These processes include things like the sleep-wake cycle as well as variations in body temperature, blood pressure, and the release of hormones. Melatonin levels increase after the onset of darkness and peak in the middle of the night between 11pm and 3am. Melatonin seems to promote sleep and can influence the timing of the sleep period.
    Melatonin to Treat Sleep Problems

    Melatonin may be effective in treating circadian rhythm disorders in which the desire for sleep is disrupted in its timing, resulting in difficulty falling asleep or inappropriate sleepiness. There are many common conditions that may be helped, such as:
    [*]Jet lag[*]Shift work sleep disorder[*]Insomnia in older adults[*]Advanced sleep phase syndrome[*]Delayed sleep phase syndrome[*]Blindness, which blocks the perception of the natural light-dark cycle
    What Are Common Side Effects of Melatonin?

    There are many potential side effects of any drug, including hormonal supplements like melatonin. Although you would be unlikely to experience most side effects -- and you may not have any of them -- some that may commonly occur include:
    [*]Stomach cramps[*]Decreased alertness[*]Amnesia (memory loss)[*]Chest pain[*]Circadian rhythm disruption[*]Confusion[*]Cramping[*]Daytime fatigue[*]Transient depression[*]Diarrhea[*]Dizziness[*]Drowsiness[*]Hallucinations[*]Headache[*]Hormone changes[*]High blood sugars[*]Low blood pressure[*]Increase eye pressure[*]Irritability[*]Mood changes[*]Nausea[*]Vomiting[*]Paranoia[*]Pruritus (itchy skin)[*]Seizures[*]Tachycardia (rapid heart rate)[*]Taste disturbance
    Melatonin is not regulated as a drug and is available over-the-counter, but you should consult with your doctor to ensure that it is appropriate and safe to use to treat your sleeping difficulties.




    well that sums it up pretty good lol...thanks for the info I appreciate it but I think I will give this thing a full try before resorting to something else...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meister View Post
    Melatonin is naturally produced by the body and it is what tells you that you are sleepy. I'll google and paste:

    Melatonin is a naturally occurring hormone that may be effective in treating some sleep problems including jet lag, insomnia, and circadian-rhythm sleep disorders.
    What is Melatonin?

    Melatonin is a hormone that is secreted by the pineal gland, which is in an area of the brain called the hypothalamus. Melatonin is produced from the amino acid called tryptophan and can be found in the blood as well as in the cerebrospinal fluid that bathes the brain and spinal cord. As a hormone, it conveys signals to other organs and seems to help regulate the circadian rhythms of the body.
    Melatonin’s Role in the Circadian Rhythm

    The circadian rhythm is the body’s natural pattern of physiological and behavioral processes that are timed to a near 24-hour period. These processes include things like the sleep-wake cycle as well as variations in body temperature, blood pressure, and the release of hormones. Melatonin levels increase after the onset of darkness and peak in the middle of the night between 11pm and 3am. Melatonin seems to promote sleep and can influence the timing of the sleep period.
    Melatonin to Treat Sleep Problems

    Melatonin may be effective in treating circadian rhythm disorders in which the desire for sleep is disrupted in its timing, resulting in difficulty falling asleep or inappropriate sleepiness. There are many common conditions that may be helped, such as:

    What Are Common Side Effects of Melatonin?

    There are many potential side effects of any drug, including hormonal supplements like melatonin. Although you would be unlikely to experience most side effects -- and you may not have any of them -- some that may commonly occur include:
    • Stomach cramps
    • Decreased alertness
    • Amnesia (memory loss)
    • Chest pain
    • Circadian rhythm disruption
    • Confusion
    • Cramping
    • Daytime fatigue
    • Transient depression
    • Diarrhea
    • Dizziness
    • Drowsiness
    • Hallucinations
    • Headache
    • Hormone changes
    • High blood sugars
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    • Increase eye pressure
    • Irritability
    • Mood changes
    • Nausea
    • Vomiting
    • Paranoia
    • Pruritus (itchy skin)
    • Seizures
    • Tachycardia (rapid heart rate)
    • Taste disturbance

    Melatonin is not regulated as a drug and is available over-the-counter, but you should consult with your doctor to ensure that it is appropriate and safe to use to treat your sleeping difficulties.






    The only downside to melatonin is that it leaves me feeling groggy in the morning even after 8 hours of sleep.

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    alright so today is day two after taking intimidate and there was hardly any improvement...I was tired at 11 and started drifting off so I took a pill and within 15 minutes...insomnia hits me again...I fell asleep eventually at 1 and woke up at 3...when I woke up though I did feel like I could go start lifting right away but I had to keep trying to get more sleep...I probably only got 5 hours of sleep last night but I didn't feel tired throughout the day so idk yet...seems like its slowly improving like most supplements do...

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    Quote Originally Posted by the gym rat View Post
    alright so today is day two after taking intimidate and there was hardly any improvement...I was tired at 11 and started drifting off so I took a pill and within 15 minutes...insomnia hits me again...I fell asleep eventually at 1 and woke up at 3...when I woke up though I did feel like I could go start lifting right away but I had to keep trying to get more sleep...I probably only got 5 hours of sleep last night but I didn't feel tired throughout the day so idk yet...seems like its slowly improving like most supplements do...

    not even steroids work within 48 horus. It's a dietary supplement, and every tester noted that it "kicked in" at the end of week 2. Give it time to work.


    If you aren't sleeping SOUNDLY by day 8-9, try taking it pre-wo. In the meantime, I believe you should get deeper and deeper sleep from here on out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the gym rat View Post
    alright so today is day two after taking intimidate and there was hardly any improvement...I was tired at 11 and started drifting off so I took a pill and within 15 minutes...insomnia hits me again...I fell asleep eventually at 1 and woke up at 3...when I woke up though I did feel like I could go start lifting right away but I had to keep trying to get more sleep...I probably only got 5 hours of sleep last night but I didn't feel tired throughout the day so idk yet...seems like its slowly improving like most supplements do...
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    you sound a bit like me, the first week i woke up groggy and **** from my intimidate but after my first week i sleep really well. I do take melatonin nightly because i lift after work before bed and need to fall asleep fast.
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    Hi All,

    Been taking Intimidate for 4 days now & I am loving it so far...Great Sleep and great mood....can't wait for what else it has in store for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coachmurway View Post
    Hi All,

    Been taking Intimidate for 4 days now & I am loving it so far...Great Sleep and great mood....can't wait for what else it has in store for me.

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    finally!! day 3 and I have regained my sleep!! went to bed at 10 and woke up at 845 with my 8am alarm blaring!! and some crazy dreams!! so I can attest to the claim of deep sleep because it truly does help it just takes a day or two to kick in! though it is still very early in testing, I can start to see improvements In volume, hardening, and vascularity

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    Quote Originally Posted by the gym rat View Post
    finally!! day 3 and I have regained my sleep!! went to bed at 10 and woke up at 845 with my 8am alarm blaring!! and some crazy dreams!! so I can attest to the claim of deep sleep because it truly does help it just takes a day or two to kick in! though it is still very early in testing, I can start to see improvements In volume, hardening, and vascularity






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    Hey all,

    This product is amazing! Day 6 and I feel like a million bucks.....great workout yesterday.More focus & energy without having to take a stimulant!


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    thanks for checking in with us! Been great getting updates on facebook and here, we love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by coachmurway View Post
    Hey all,

    This product is amazing! Day 6 and I feel like a million bucks.....great workout yesterday.More focus & energy without having to take a stimulant!


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    day for is feelin pretty great!! some pretty dang good sleep, woke up energized, focused all day, great workout, recovery is getting even more faster....and I am for sure starting to see results....going to get a second bottle!!!
    anyone who has not got in on this needs to!!

    maybe a discount code??? just sayin...

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    i wish i had a discount code for NP

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    Quote Originally Posted by VaughnTrue
    i wish i had a discount code for NP
    dang that stinks!!! hopefully a np rep will see this and share some love lol...

    I've spread the word to all my buddies at the gym and I know at least 5 of them that ordered

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    holy ****!! day 5 of this stuff....went to bed at 11.....woke up at 10 this morning in the same position I went to sleep in and the sheets were hardly messed up....pretty dang good sleep if you ask me!!

    muscle wise....starting to see a lot more volume and vascularity...hardening is take a little while to be able to see results be I can tell its working!!

    this is some great stuff

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    Anyone considered pairing Intimidate with Animal PM? Seems like this might be a sick combination. I used PM for a full can and loved that ****

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    You may sleep for like 4 weeks straight on that combo...haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Go Away View Post
    Anyone considered pairing Intimidate with Animal PM? Seems like this might be a sick combination. I used PM for a full can and loved that ****
    Now that would be something haha. Throw in some extra valarian root, l-theanine, and hell an ambien to!

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