Responsible Use of Caffeine

Caffeine is a stimulant which makes the central nervous system (CNS) speed up the messages to and from the brain. This produces a condition of wakefulness and increased mental alertness.

The safety of caffeine has been widely researched, and caffeine tablets are registered for sale as an alertness aid by government health authorities in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK and other countries.

The recommended dosage of No-Doz is one tablet. You should only take one No-Doz tablet in a 3 hour period. Individual responses can vary depending on such factors as age, weight, and tolerance to caffeine. No more than 6 No-Doz tablets should be taken within 24 hours and no more than 5 No-Doz Plus tablets should be taken within 24 hours.

When using caffeine tablets such as No-Doz you should:

Whether it’s you or your friends consuming caffeine remember that moderate quantities of caffeine are safe. However you need to avoid excessive consumption as it can be harmful.

Government health authorities in Australia do not regard caffeine to be a drug of dependence. However, when a person stops using caffeine abruptly, he or she may experience withdrawal symptoms such as headaches, sleepiness and irritability. Therefore, if you want to decrease your caffeine intake, it is recommended that you should do it gradually.

Warning: For occasional use only. Not intended for use as a substitute for sleep. If fatigue or drowsiness persists or continues to recur, consult a doctor. The recommended dose of one tablet contains about as much caffeine as a cup of coffee. Do not give to children under the age of 12 years of age. As with any drug, if you are pregnant, nursing a baby, have high blood pressure or a heart condition, seek the advice of a health professional before using this product. Keep out of the reach of children. Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.