There are a lot of Nootropics on the market today, but only a few of them are good. If you are interested in improving your memory, learning capacity, work productivity and better efficiency under the stress, supplements like Phenylpiracetam promise to deliver that. This supplement was first developed in Russia in the early 1990’s and now it is becoming available in the west as well.
But what is Phenylpiracetam? To understand better this subject, it is best to think of it as a redesigned version of Piracetam, which is original Nootropic. The main difference between these two supplements is that Phenylpiracetam has Phenyl molecules attached to its structure. This type of molecular structure is responsible why this supplement is 60 times stronger than the original Piracetam. To his benefits can also be added certain central nervous system stimulants and effects that Nootropic has.
Because of the Phenyl in its structure, this supplement if quicker and efficient and with a smaller dosage of this drug, the results are more effective. He will be activated faster and he will stay much longer in the system. Some research indicates that it is able to stay in the body up to five hours. And his side effect has proven to be safe for usage, then those connected with usage of Adderall.
Benefits of Phenylpiracetam: since this supplement resembles the Piracetam is it expected to have similar effects. And this is mainly true in relation to many of cognitive effects. The biggest characteristic of this supplement is increased memory and possible recall. Some consumers have experienced increased learning capacity, concentration, focus and mental energy. And this supplement is great in removing brain fog.
Based on numerous studies, this supplement has shown to be very effective regarding mood and movement. Which further indicates that Phenylpiracetam modifies different neurotransmitters and receptors. This involves NDMA Acetylcholine, GABA, and Dopamine. The dopamine is believed to be connected with mood and movement. This is why the usage of Phenylpiracetam was able to reduce motion sickness. In the animal test, this type of Nootropic has shown the reduce of fear and anxiety. There are also a number of additional benefits connected with this supplement, such as increased attention switching and patients who suffer from asthenia manage to solve problems much easier. The Phenylpiracetam manage to solve sleep deprivation for many users. An interesting fact is that this type of Nootropic increased the tolerance to cold.
Who can use this supplement? Best consumers are students and people who are overwhelmed with work. This remedy can help them stay awake during the studying and to increase their concentration and focus. Even their motivation is increased just after they take a small dosage of this supplement. It is proven to have calming effect because the stress and anxiety have been reduced and that is what every student needs before the big exam.
The biggest advantage of this supplement and what worries the consumers the most, does it create addiction? The answer is: definitely no.
Social anxiety is a mental disorder which can have a bad effect on our everyday life. There are numerous causes of this disorder, which is connected to psychiatry, and to some social sciences. Sometimes genetics have great role when it comes to causing this disorder. Nonetheless, its characteristics are very specific. A person is struggling with constant fear of embarrassment, fear of failure etc. Complete lack of self-esteem is also something that is worth mentioning. People who are suffering from this syndrome are also more likely to turn to alcohol and drugs due to depression and other mental disorders. There are many connections between social anxiety and other mental disorders. Some people had great success by treating their social anxiety with supplements like phenibut. See here: https://liftmode.com/calming/phenibut.html , here: https://drugs-forum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=170737 and here: http://www.bluelight.org/vb/threads/757280-how-good-is-phenibut-i-never-tried-it-for-social-anxiety.
There are many problems when it comes to diagnosing these sorts of mental illness. People do not want to talk to doctors as they are thinking that something else is causing these symptoms. This illness is causing all sorts of others disorders because the person is less socialized and avoids other people’s company and thus spends more time alone. People who are suffering from this sort of disease are also more likely to think about a specific period of time in their life where they felt good or happy. They will be constantly depressed over it, probably because of the nostalgia. The normal reaction of those people to these sorts of problems is drugs and alcohol because one of five people in the US who are suffering from this disorder is alcoholic.
There are many ways of treating this disorder and one of the most popular isn’t medically proved. Some breathing techniques are helping to fight with this disorder as well as yoga. With correct breathing, your heart and blood are doing better and thus you are feeling better and you have more energy. This is why it is important for these people to live in well-aired rooms because a lack of oxygen will (and often) cause depression. Characteristics of this disorder are massive sweating, nausea, difficult breathing, shaking etc. and if you overcome these symptoms, then you are on the half way to cure the disease. The disorder cannot cure itself – actually, there are no cases of this kind of curing, but you can make it slow down and you can try to minimize its bad effects. You will do this by overcoming your social shyness and fear.
Fatigue and disruption in cognition are also characteristics of this disease so people are using all sorts of medics in order to improve their way of life. Using medications such as noopept or Piracetam can give you some sort of cognitive boost and make you feel better. It can make your life better but these medications still have many side effects and in general, they can make your condition even worse – so there are two ends to a stick. Natural techniques are somehow the best when it comes to fighting this disease and every case is a different case. This disorder is also in some sort of research phase, so nobody knows will the final cure will be found, but nonetheless you shouldn’t lose faith if you are having problems with the social anxiety.
Nootropics (the term comes from Greek words “nous” meaning „mind“ and “trepein” meaning to bend or turn) are a variety of drugs, supplements, nutraceuticals and functional foods which are designed to enhance a single or many brain activities and functions. Nootropics improve specific areas of brain activity such as motivation, attention, memory, focus and so on.
If the nootropics are offered to the public in the form of pills, injections, inhalants and so on, it usually means they were synthesized artificially and we call them drugs. There are recent analyses and researchh which show that specific stimulants, used at proper concentrations, have the effect of increasing cognitive functions in the general population.On the other hand, very high doses can have very serious negative effects, like cognitive deficits.
Amphetamine pharmaceuticals (most common ones are Aderall, dextroamphetamine and lisdexamfetamine) are used to increase cognitive control, which can range from attentional and inhibitory control to episodic and working memory. Amphetamine pharmaceutials are mostly used on patients diagnosed with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), but can be used with healthy adults as well.
Methylphenidate is a type of substituted phenethylamine also used to enhance cognitive control in general population. It is used to enhance results in performing demanding tasks which require a very high level of efforts. It also bears the danger of negative effects like decrease of learning, if administered in higher than recommended dosages.
Eugeroics (like armodafinil and modafinil) are used to promote wakefulness, help people with sleep deprivation, increase alertness and help with problem solving and reasoning. They are used clinically with patients suffering from sleep disorders and narcolepsy.
Xanthines (caffeine being the most notable example) also help in enhancing alertness, performance, even memory. Generally, lower doses of caffeine will help healthy adults with increased alertness, higher dosages may result in increased performance. The molecule of caffeine has an all-round postitive psychoactive effect on the human body – it enhances attention, alertness and helps with task switching.
Nicotine, the active ingredient found in tobacco, according to many studies has positive effects on many functions: motor skills, orienting and alerting attention and memory.
Among the nutraceuticals (term comes from the words nutrition and pharmaceutical) – different products ranging from supplements, herbs, processed foods – most famous nootropics are:
Bacopa monnieri – a herb with nutraceutical properties – has memory enhancing effects.
Panax ginseng – an important part of Chinese traditional medicine, Ginseng is claimed to have medicinal properties, but studies are yet to show positive results.
Salvia officinalis – Garden or common sage – like the Ginseng, there are no concrete evidence that can result in certain conclusions.
Ginkgo biloba – a type of tree that has been a part of traditional medicine for centuries, cultivated in Asia especially. They contain a variety of substances which are said to have a positive effect on human brain activity, but this is yet to be proven by studies, since no evidence has been found so far.
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