Negating or eliminating the effects of sleep deprivation
I've recently stumbled upon a rodent and primate tested compound called Orexin-a which appears to completely negate the effects of sleep deprivation. In subjects tested after 36 hours of sleep deprivation, those on Orexin-a scored just as high as the control group, while the placebo group scored substantially lower. I've heard of human testing but can't seem to find anything related to such a study. I also have no prior experience to other drugs such as Modafinil, however am willing to try this one.
From what I've read, on the primate group it was discovered that a nasally administered version was much more effective than intravenous, dosage was 1 μg per kg of body weight and a maximum dose of 10 μg per kg of weight. There were no reported effects on alert subjects, but it dramatically increased the scoring on the sleep deprived subjects. I'll have 5 mg of Orexin-a (about a 73 day supply) arriving in a few days and will report any interesting findings.