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Nefiracetam is a drug that was developed as treatment for
Alzheimer's disease, dementia and epilepsy. It is also a nootropic
medication since it is able to enhance cognition, learning and
The drug Nefiracetam was developed as a treatment for dementia
related to Alzheimer's disease and post-stroke vascular disease.
Aside from that, the medication has also been known to be useful in
antiepileptic therapy. This drug has also been found to possess
cognition-enhancing effects and compared to other drugs such as
Pramiracetam or Aniracetam, it has had better effects in terms of
memory and cognition skills.
Users of the Nefiracetam drug have been found to experience anti
amnesia effects because of the improvement in their cholinergic,
GABAergic and monoaminergic neuronal systems. It has also been used
as an anti epilepsy drug and have helped improve cognition and
Compared to Pramiracetam, it is able to penetrate into the brain
better and thus the effects are longer lasting. It is also known to
have a potent effect in stimulating the AMPA receptors in the
brain, which have been known to enhance the attention span and
How to Take Nefiracetam?
Recommended dosage, active amounts, other details
Supplementation of nefiracetam appears to be in the 150-450mg range
over the course of a day (usually divided into three even doses).
Animal studies using acute doses tend to note most benefits in the
3-10mg range, and this correlates to a human dose of 0.48-1.6mg (for a 150lb person, 33-110mg) which is similar to the
aforementioned human doses.
Although single doses of nefiracetam do not appear to promote
cognition, it is able to affect the brain within 30-60 minutes
following oral ingestion. It is not certain whether nefiracetam
needs to be taken prior to cognitive training.
Nefiracetam Side Effects
There are not many known side effects that result from the use of
Nefiracetam. However, animal studies have shown that large dosages
of the drug have reduced testicular testosterone among rats and
dogs, it is not known whether or not this drug has the same effect
How Does Nefiracetam Help Brain Function?
Nefiracetam works by stimulating a chemical found in the brain
called acetylcholine, which is responsible for transmitting
messages between nerve cells. Experts believe that patients with
Alzheimer's disease experience a deficiency in these brain
chemicals. Studies in the use of Nefiracetam have showed a
significant improvement in the memory and learning abilities of
those suffering from dementia.
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