The drug used to stop the symptoms of the drug hangover and sleep apnea is now being tested to stop brain fog.
According to a statement from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the drug, Nardil, is being studied for its ability to stop cognitive impairment.
It’s also being tested for its potential to help people with Parkinson’s disease, depression, schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s disease and multiple sclerosis (MS).
The FDA says that Narditil is already being used to treat anxiety, sleep apnoea, depression and sleep disorders.
In other words, it’s already helping you.
However, this is the first time Nardill has been tested in humans to treat symptoms of brain fog, which is a condition in which people lose the ability to concentrate on tasks or focus on tasks while feeling like they’re constantly drifting off to sleep.
To make sure that NARDil can help you, you’ll need to use the drug with your doctor’s permission, but the drug is currently being tested on people with a number of conditions that could cause cognitive impairment or hangover symptoms.
The Drug Enforcement Administration says that its testing is to determine if Nardirol can help people suffering from the symptoms and the DEA says that the drug can help prevent memory loss and improve focus.
If the drug proves effective, it will be able to be available in pharmacies by the end of 2017.
You can watch the FDA’s full press release below.