If you have fibromyalgia you have experienced excessive daytime sleepiness due to it or chronic fatigue syndrome. You should talk to your doctor about Provigil (modafinil). It is a stimulant but different from traditional amphetamines, that has been approved for the treatment of narcolepsy. Studies confirms that Provigil is well tolerated. The common side effects are usually mild in nature and often consist of headaches, nausea, nervousness, anxiety, dizziness and insomnia. Narcolepsy is a sleep disorder that causes people to fall asleep uncontrollably. Not exactly the same as the sleep disorders and fatigue facing people with fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue syndrome. Low dose Provigil (I take 200mg once or twice a day) or it's generic version Modalert may aid your symptoms of fatigue, cognitive impairment, and excessive daytime sleepiness, as well as improve your motivation to get out and exercise. I use it daily and would not be able to get through the day without it. It also helps me focus my thoughts. Should you consider asking our doctor about this medication? I only can say for me, it works.
Man Fibromyalgia is a tough one and I feel bad for anyone who has it. You won't get much luck treating it. However, Kratom can help a lot in dealing with the pain as several others use it for that purpose. Red Veins primarily and also some Greens.
one guy on /r/nootropics claims he had 7 ayahausca rituals done with a south american shaman and that completely cured him of his fibromyalgia. While there's not much science behind it, if I had something as chronic and painful as Fibromyalgia I'd do anything.