Phenylpiracetam is a nootropic drug. Phenylpiracetam comes from the racetam family consisting of aniracetam, oxiracetam and pramiracetam. It is also referred as Phenotropil and Carphedon. It is derived from piracetam. Although, this drug is not legally banned or poses high rick yet it is banned to be taken by athletes participating in Olympics, this is because of its higher stimulating properties. Phenylpiracetam is said to enhance memory, sensory motor movements, energy levels, muscle coordination, focus and alertness. The drug is widely known to help people suffering from anxiety, depression, fear, paranoia and overall cognitive functions. However, Phenylpiracetam dose and the effect of the drug is not same for all, each individual is different and more research is needed to conclude its effects.
Benefits of Phenylpiracetam
The effects of Phenylpiracetam are similar to piracetam; it affects the pathways of brain’s neurotransmitters such as acetylcholine, glutamate and dopamine. The other benefits of the nootropic are as follows
- Improves cognitive function – Studies have found that properly used phenylpiracetam dosage improves cognitive skills and helps people suffering from cognitive decline due to dementia and other brain related problems.
- Aids in anxiety and depression – People suffering from mild anxiety and depression have reported that mild phenylpiracetam dosage helps to a lot to manage their stress
- Helps stroke victims- The property of phenylpiracetam has been found to help people recover from stroke and enabled to have better cognitive functions and overall well-being.
4.Tolerance to cold –When you take recommended phenylpiracetam dosage and go out in chilly weather you will find you will be able to tolerate the chillness than if you had not taken the dosage.
- Powerful stimulating properties – Perhaps this is the reason why it has been found in the banned list by the Anti-doping agency. It greatly enhances your performance.
What are the side effects of Phenylpiracetam?
Every nootropic has its own benefits and side effects. For instance, phenylpiracetam high dosage above 200 mg -400 mg may be dangerous. However, if one does not exceed more than 100 mg per day it is safe to take. Like all racetams the major downside is the depletion of choline, many anecdotal experiences says phenylpiracetam high dose orlong term use can persistent induces headaches, disturbed sleep, heart palpitation, muscle coordination and motor movements, tingling and numbness. As like any other nootropic warning women who are pregnant or nursing should avoid taking phenylpiracetam. Phenylpiracetam is more commonly available online and you should ask your doctor before taking any drug or supplementation.