About Piracetam

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Piracetam is a cyclic GABA derivative but has no GABA like activity. Piracetam selectively improves efficiency of higher telencephalic integrative activities by enhancement of learning and memory. Nootropil facilitates interhemisphere information transfer and increases tonic cortical control on subcortical areas. Nootropil is used in senile dementia and confusional stages of old age. Nootropil is indicated in children for mental retardation and learning problems. Piracetam is used in cerebrovascular accidents to hasten recovery of neuronal functions. Piracetam reduces impairment of consciousness following brain surgery and central vertigo. You can now easily buy Piracetam online Rx 2 Go Pharmacy.

FAQ About Piracetam

How does Piracetam / Generic of Breinox, Dinagen, Lucetam, Nootropil, Nootropyl work?

Piracetam does not have agonistic or inhibitory effect on synaptic junction like other neurotransmitters. Nootropil influences cognitive function without acting as a sedative or a stimulant. Nootropil acts on ion channels (Na+, K+) or ion carriers leading to non-specific increased neuron excitability. Piracetam increases blood flow and oxygen consumption in parts of the brain by increasing ATP metabolism.  Piracetam improves the function of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine through muscarinic cholinergic (ACh) receptors, which are implicated in memory processes. Piracetam also acts on NMDA glutamate receptors, which is involved in learning and memory processes. Nootropil increases cell membrane permeability.

Side effects of Piracetam / Generic of Breinox, Dinagen, Lucetam, Nootropil, Nootropyl

The common side effects reported with Nootropil are anxiety, insomnia, irritability, headache, agitation, nervousness, tremor, anxiety, trembling, fatigue, drowsiness, occasional dryness of the mouth, increased libido, weight gain and hypersensitive skin reactions.

Guidelines before using Piracetam / Generic of Breinox, Dinagen, Lucetam, Nootropil, Nootropyl

Nootropil should not be administered in patients with severe renal impairment. The concomitant use of Piracetam and thyroid hormone extracts produce confusion, irritability and sleeping disorders. It is not advisable to consume the Nootropil during pregnancy. If it is an absolute must to take Nootropil during pregnancy, it should be administered under the supervision of a medical practitioner. Nootropil is not recommended for use by nursing mothers.

What are the common dosages of Piracetam / Generic of Breinox, Dinagen, Lucetam, Nootropil, Nootropyl?

The recommended starting dosage of Nootropil is 800mg to 1g three times daily. The dose of Piracetam in children is 20mg/kg twice or thrice daily.

Difference between Brand and Generic Piracetam

The active ingredient is Piracetam in both brand and generic forms because of which the mechanism of action and drug interactions are the same. The difference between brand and generic forms are packaging, pricing and the brand name. Generic variants are priced cheaper because there are no brand names associated with it as well as no expenses towards research and development. You can buy cheap Nootropil medicine when it is sold as a generic variant.

Where and How to buy Piracetam / Generic of Breinox, Dinagen, Lucetam, Nootropil, Nootropyl

You can purchase Nootropil medicine online from our pharmacy. When you order Nootropil drug online from us, it will reach your doorstep without any hassles.   You can also save more when you buy Piracetam online in more numbers with the volume discounts we offer.

Why is the price of Piracetam / Generic Breinox, Dinagen, Lucetam, Nootropil, Nootropyl so cheap at Rx 2 Go Pharmacy?

There are various cost reduction measures that we undertake to provide the best quality drugs at the cheapest prices to our customers. We directly source the drugs in bulk quantities from the manufacturers, which help us negotiate better prices. These cost saving measures translate to cheaper prices of prescription drugs at Rx 2 Go Pharmacy.

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