One in seven under-30s plan to use ‘smart drugs’ to boost concentration

One in seven under-30s plan to use ‘smart drugs’ to boost concentration
 

0 Have your say One in seven people under 30 plan to use ‘smart drugs’ over the next year, according to new research.
The drugs - such as Ritalin - are popular with students as they are believed to help them stay awake and boost their concentration when revising.
Six per cent of 18 to 30-year-olds had used smart drugs in the last 12 months
But more than double that number (14 per cent) are planning to buy smart drugs from dealers or online within the next year,according to a survey of 1,009 young adults.
Modafinil is the most popular ‘smart drug’ and is a prescription-only drug used to... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 21
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