What is Pramiracetam
A nootropic is a smart drug that has brain boosting and cognitive enhancing elements. Pramiracetam is a nootropic supplement that was developed in the 1970’s by scientists at Parker Davis. It is said to be one of the most powerful of the racetams. It was patented in 1978; the patent expired in 1996. The company Menarini markets pramiracetam under the brand name Pramistar. It is an over the counter smart drug that does not require a prescription.
Increases mental performance
Improves the ability to learn
Improves and increases concentration levels
Can increase energy levels
Improves clarity of thought
Can be used as part of a treatment plan for memory and attention deficits in aging people with neurodegenerative and vascular dementia.
It is recommended to take pramiracetam be taken with food, milk or fish. The maximum recommended daily dose is 1200 mg. It is recommended to take pramiracetam 400 mg three times a day or 600 mg two times a day.
Pramiracetam has very few side effects and no significant side effects have been shown to result from short term or long term use. However, it may cause headaches, anxiety, fatigue and nervousness.
Pramiracetam can increase long-term memory function, a better attention span, an increase in cognitive abilities, a greater clarity of life and a better long-term outlook. It increases brain health, as well as increased verbal fluidity, increased vocabulary and a better flow in conversations all around. Other long term effects are to feel more awake, more alive and more intelligent. It has also been said to increase brain health in people with brain injuries. People have said they experienced a surge of creativity, as well as reasoning. No adverse long-term effects have been found.
Pramiracetam can increase memory, focus, motivation and brain health. Short term use will only result in subtle effects. The longer you use it, the more prominent the results will be. It may take a few weeks to notice enhancements. No adverse effects have been found from short-term use.
While small doses of pramiracetam do not have these effects, high doses, or megadosing, can increase nitric oxide levels in the brain.
In 2004, a study found that Pramiracetam could be five to ten times stronger than Piracetam. A study performed in 1994 shows pramiracetam was able to partially reduce amnesic effects in young and old. More information on this study can be found at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15374306. A 1999 study showed significant improvement of memory and cognition in males who had sustained brain injuries. The study lasted 18 months while taking pramiracetam, as did the effects. A month after discontinuing use, the effects had not changed.
Details on this study can be found at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1786500. In 1985, a study was performed to check the pharmacokinetics of Pramiracetam. The conclusion was there were no significant side effects from use of any dosage. More information can be found at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4008675. Information can be found at http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2FBF00174378?LI=true regarding a study that showed an improvement in memory performance. Another study from 1985 that showed an increase in cognitive function from pramiracetam use can be found at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/002432058590311X.
Why Use Pramiracetam?
Anyone can take pramiracetam. There are many benefits of adding pramiracetam to your daily regimen, but very few side effects. If you have sustained a brain injury, pramiracetam may help with memory, cognition and brain health. For elderly people with memory issues, pramiracetam may help to improve memory and attention deficits. If you experience difficulty remembering things, or just need to increase your focus and attention span, you should use pramiracetam. Some professionals also use pramiracetam for its brain and memory boosting effects.