Nootropic Pramiracetam


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Pramiracetam was discovered, derived, and developed by Parke-Davis from the supplement piracetam in the late 1970s. The nootropic supplement was patented in the United States in 1978, but todate, it hasn’t received approval from FDA for any particular use.

Nonetheless, pramiracetam has been the subject of several studies and experts are successfully using this nootropic to treat memory loss and other cognitive problems caused by brain injury, Alzheimer’s, dementia, and other degenerative cognitive disorders.

Scientists are still trying to understand the exact mechanism of action of this nootropic. Nevertheless, it’s said that fatty acids (lipids) help pramiracetam move from the intestine to the bloodstream. Within half an hour of intake, the supplement reaches the brain and starts modulating receptors for acetylcholine. By binding to receptor sites and increasing the uptake of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine in the hippocampus, pramiracetam improves cognitive functions that are directly influenced by the neurotransmitter.

Pramiracetam is  powerful, and one of the most widely used nootropic supplements. Bear in mind that some might notice the positive change right away, while in others, the benefits can be subtle initially. The effect will build up over time and increase the individual’s overall mental health.

Pramiracetam Treats Forgetfulness: We have all been in that situation where we’re very close to remembering something, but our memory fails us. This happens to everyone, but there is a clear connection between forgetfulness and mental health.

Pramiracetam effectively protects the brain and treats forgetfulness. Normally, people consider treating forgetfulness and improving memory as equivalent. This isn’t true. The supplement protects the neurons from damage and degeneration, and can separately improve memory.

In a study, the participants were put under induced amnesia with the help of a drug called scopolamine. This drug makes the user forget. The researchers then administered pramiracetam to the participants. It was found that the subjects remembered a part of the information that was fed to them during the test. The absence of complete amnesia showed the effect of pramiracetam. The neuroprotective properties of this nootropic are very beneficial for the elderly.

Pramiracetam and Brain Trauma: Pramiracetam could greatly benefit those who have suffered a traumatic brain injury. Since cognitive disorders due to brain trauma are caused by outside force or stimuli, people of all age groups and from all walks of life can be affected. Cognitive functions might be affected by substance abuse, lack of sleep, dehydration, or due to an accident, or athletic event injury. Pramiracetam improves cognitive abilities like memory, learning, clarity, focus, and motivation by reversing brain trauma.

Dosage: 400 – 1200 mg per day

What Pramiracetam Does
Modulates receptor sites for acetylcholine
Increases uptake of acetylcholine in Hippocampus
Increases acetylcholine circulation
Improves flow of neural impulse
Enhances glucose metabolism
Increase blood circulation and oxygen uptake
Pramiracetam Benefits
Enhances focus, increases concentration, and improves memory
Lengthens attention span and promotes faster thinking
Improves learning capacity and mental processing
Treats a number of degenerative cognitive disorders
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By Kamal

Hello Guys, my father has dementia. After consulting a physician we’re planning to give him nootropics to control his memory loss. He also has type II diabetes. Is there any chance nootropics will up his glucose levels? Will appreciate reply from an expert on this subject. Please respond.

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