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Improved memory, Potentially significantly improved recall, Increased learning capacity, Better concentration, More focus, Greater mental energy
Phenylpiracetam is currently one of the most interesting nootropics available even though it is one of the lesser known ones. It is a chemical derivative of the original nootropic piracetam. Through the addition of phenyl molecules to the compound, developers could achieve further benefits.
The most commonly recognised benefit of this supplement is an increase in the energy levels of the user which is delivered in a much smoother way than via piracetam. The use of phenylpiracetam has also demonstrated to increase resistance to cold and stress. Some evidence indicates that it may even be used to treat the symptoms of motion sickness and prevent and reduce the effects of amnesia.
The supplement possesses all the benefits of piracetam from a cognitive improvement perspective, especially when it pertains to memory and learning capacity improvement.
Many users have also recognised increased attention spans, more focus and concentration when taking phenylpiracetam. Overall, the supplement gives users better mental energy.
Although at its core, the supplement is piracetam, the addition of the phenyl molecules exponentially increases the effects making it more powerful and effective. It has been used by students looking for help when revising, shift workers looking to stay alert and athletes (when not in competition) to improve energy levels.
Phenylpiracetam does not come with any serious side effects, however, recommendation is that intake is limited to recommended dosage. The user should start off with a smaller dose and only increase it when familiar with the effects of the supplement.
Since it is structurally very like phenylethylamine, and the constituting molecules have similar stimulant effects, it is reasonable to presume that phenylpiracetam will have similar effects towards dopamine and noradrenaline receptors. Manufacturers have stated that the supplement increases the regional blood flow to certain areas of the brain.