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In reality, nootropic enthusiasts claim significant cognitive benefits with few, if any, side effects from taking these supposedly non-addictive, non-toxic substances. Sounds too good to be true? You bet. With my bullshit detector cranked up to eleven, Im wading into this contentious field with the.
Piracetam was the first nootropic to be synthesized. The chemical name is 2-oxo-1-pyrrolidine acetamide. It is sold under various brand names as a nooptropic.CONDITIONS OF USE: The information in this database is intended to supplement, not substitute for, the expertise and judgment of healthcare professionals.
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There has been limited data to suggest Piracetam has led to fatalities or serious health complications. Below are some of the common side effects that can be common in higher usage levels.
How Does Piracetam Work? Piracetam may mildly influences cognitive, neuronal, and vascular function. Research has shown that Piracetam influences neurotransmitters and receptors in the brain and increases blood flow and oxygen consumption in parts of the brain as well.
Subsequently and depending on the results obtained the dosage of other anti-myoclonic treatments should be reduced if possible. When adjusting the posology follow your doctors instructions. Once treatment with Piracetam has begun it should be continued for as long as the cerebral pathology persists. INDICATIONS : Attention and memory disorders, problems affecting day-to-day activity and adaptation to the environment accompanying states of mental deterioration owing to: Degenerative vascular cerebral pathology related to age. Ischemic cerebrovascular pathology.
Usual starting doses are considered attack at three tablets (800mg each) twice a day lowering to one or two tablets twice a day after a month. Remember that all nootropics are synergistic with each other and with other brain nutrition products (such as Choline DMAE.
EXPIRY : This drug should not be used once the expiry date shown on the box has elapsed. KEEP ALL PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.
Cortical myoclonias. CONTRAINDICATIONS : Nootropil should not be taken by patients with serious renal insufficiency (creatinine clearance lower than 20 ml/min). PRECAUTIONS : Since Piracetam is eliminated in urine, patients with renal insufficiency should take this drug with caution.