Pirazetam review

Pirazetam, part of a class of drugs called nootropics, which is used for many different functions in the brain. It is said to work in part by facilitiating the movement of information between the two halves of the brain. Pirazetam is used to enhance cognition and memory, to slow down the aging of the brain, to increase blood and oxygen flow to the brain, to assist in stroke recovery, to help those with symptoms of Alzheimer, Down Syndrome (although this use can be controversial) , dyslexia, and dementia. It has also shown promise in the treatment of post-stroke memory loss, epilepsy, and cognitive decline that occurs after heart or brain surgery. It has also been proven effective in treating alcoholism and its symptoms. Pirazetam is also known to be useful as a long-term treatment for clotting, coagulation, and vasospastic disorders, and is an extremely safe anti-clotting medication. In some countries Pirazetam is considered a prescribed medication, but in the United States it is considered by the Food and Drug Administration to be a food supplement. The FDA has not approved any form of piracetam, but those inside the United States often purchase it through the mail from other countries.

Pirazetam has very few side effects, and the ones it does have are usually mild and transient. Side effects can include nausea, dizziness or headache. In most cases, lowering your dosage will help minimize these side effects. Other effects can include weight gain, diarrhea, depression, excitability, anxiety, sleeplessness, fatigue, drowsiness, irritability, agitation, nervousness, rash, and tremor, but in many cases these effects can be reduced by taking magnesium supplements. Some users report lower tolerance for alcohol, but it is often accompanied by a reduced desire for alcohol, which can make it an effective treatment for alcoholism or its symptoms.

Because of the anti-coagulant effect that Pirazetam has on the blood, you should not take it if you have underlying blood disorders, are having major surgery, or if you have a severe hemorrhage. It is also not recommended for anyone with severe liver or kidney disease, and you should not stop taking it abruptly. You should also be very careful if you take thyroid medications, because in very rare situations Pirazetam can interact with these medications and produce negative side effects.

Some sources say that Pirazetam is safe for pregnant women and for children. However, other sources do not recommend the use of Pirazetam during pregnancy, while breast feeding, or in children under the age of 16. In these cases it is best to consult your doctor when using Pirazetam or any other supplement or drug. Much of the information about Piazetam is anecdotal and has not been supported by scientific studies. Nevertheless, many people have found it to be an effective and helpful medication.

Pirazetam has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of pirazetam

• Molecular formula of pirazetam is C6H10N2O2
• Chemical IUPAC Name is 2-oxo-1-pyrrolidineacetamide
• Molecular weight is 142.16 g/mol
Pirazetam available : 800mg tablets, 1200mg tablets

Brand name(s): Dinagen, Myocalm, Nootropil, Qropi

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