Tolerance may develop to all mental stimulants and this applies equally to Waklert. The telltale of tolerance is when a formerly effective dose produces no or minimal effect. This usually happens after long duration of constant usage. However, there are isolated reports of Waklert tolerance developing after only two to five doses. Such results are rare and probably due to interactions with particular patient physiologies.
To prevent such desensitization from occurring, cycling is one useful approach. However, the best method is to use Waklert occasionally, only as needed when facing trying circumstances. When using Waklert as a cognitive or lifestyle enhancer, it’s best to take it over alternating weeks and durations; as in regimen of a week on, two weeks off and vice versa. Cycling in this manner will keep tolerance from developing.
Long-term or heavy users may, in time, become dependent on the substance. This differs from drug addiction as commonly understood, in that no physical compulsion develops for the drug. However, the habituated user’s system must rebalance in the drug’s absence. This rebalancing experience can resemble the classic withdrawal process. The most commonly observed symptom, especially when cessation is abrupt, is drowsiness. Temporary exhaustion and forgetfulness are also fairly common. Support from a GP is helpful when stopping longer-term Waklert use