Daily Dose of Noopept: 10mg twice a day
Noopept is considered one of the best nootropics for its safety, value, and potency. It is a member of the Racetam family and is structurally similar to Piracetam endogenous dipeptides (amino acid constituents) within the brain. Although it is similar to Piracetam in terms of its effects, research says noopept is 1000 times more potent. This is because it has higher levels of bioactivity, which is also a reason why people need to be careful when choosing their dose. It is important to read the guide and learn how noopept effects the body to ensure the safest experience with this supplement. Knowing the right dosage can mean the difference between a bad reaction and optimal results.
Studies and user reports have shown that noopept is an effective nootropic that enhances memory, learning, verbal acuity, thinking, recall speed, creativity, focus, increasing Nerve Growth Factor, as well as improving mood and motivation. Aside from these benefits, doctors have prescribed it to help reduce and prevent symptoms of neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s. Although this supplement has been proven safe in clinical trials, there may be some minor side effects. Side effects may vary from user to user and there may be additional interactions with other medications or supplements. It can be very rare, but it’s still best to check with your doctor first. At higher doses, users may experience some or all of the following side effects: headache, insomnia, fatigue, nausea, and gastrointestinal problems. Studies have suggested that the positive effects of noopept can grow stronger over time, but more research needs to be done to prove this. More research also needs to be done to see if whether or not a tolerance can be developed. Although it is unlikely to develop a serious dependence it may be a good idea to consider cycling on and off of Noopept.
First time users should start at low dosages of 5-10g up to 3 times a day and then gradually increase to 10-40mg.
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