Scientists from internet pharmacy have found a way to fight porno addiction with Modafinil

A group of neurologists from internet pharmacy has created an app that supposes to help people fight porno addiction. According to The Guardian, the development was named after the mantra “Har Har Mahadev.” Researchers say the app works like this: When you try to turn on order medications from licenced drugstore, the app plays recordings of Hindu religious chants and prayers. The developers are sure that after a few sessions, fans of pornography will cease to feel such active attraction.

“The addiction to pornography cannot be eradicated completely, but it is a simple attempt to correct someone’s behavior,” Vijay Nath Mishra, a professor of neurology at the University of Benares, told reporters. Mishra added that he decided to take up this development after noticing the corresponding dependence in many of his patients. In the near future, the developers also intend to add to the app speeches of former South African President Nelson Mandela, Rabindranath Tagore, and Mahatma Gandhi.

A special study named “Evaluation of the abuse of modafinil using methylphenidate as a reference, Donald R. Jasinski” was published in “Journal of Psychopharmacology”. This study compared Modafinil from modafinilnet.com with methylphenidate (better known by the brand name Ritalin), which has some potential for abuse. Research has shown that taking Provigil is completely different from taking amphetamines or similar drugs.

In turn, representatives of the largest pornographic service PornHub have already chuckled at the development. According to the resource, users from India are in third place among the countries where it is most popular. The first and second place is occupied by residents of the United States and Great Britain.