Aniracetam is part of the Racetam family. This is simply due to how it is formed. Aniracetam is what’s known as a pyrrolidone structure, and is fat soluble. This particular Racetam absorbs quite quickly in your system, and is known for its fast acting effects. For the most beneficial results, try taking this Racetam with a fatty acid or something similar.
Aniracetam is typically used to boost memory, as well as overall brain function. This includes your ability to learn, your focus, your concentration, and even your sensory abilities. Aniracetam is particularly good at desensitizing the receptors in your brain. This means you’ll be able to experience cognitive enhancement for long periods of time.
The Mechanics of Aniracetam
By stimulating the AMPA receptors in the user’s brain, Aniracetam becomes extremely effective at enhancing cognitive functions. As previously mentioned, Aniracetam is a master of desensitization, meaning, you’ll be able to experience cognitive function for longer. Another route taken by this Racetam is the increase of blood flow to the brain. This is what allows for an enhanced memory, and at times even better sight. This particular benefit is rare however.
By increasing blood flow to the brain, Aniracetam is known to help those suffering from depression, and even Alzheimer’s disease.
As this Racetam is fat soluble, it has the ability to penetrate the blood barrier in the brain, meaning, the effects are fast acting. The blood barrier in your brain is the barrier that any and all substances have to pass through in order to have an effect on your body. An example would be alcohol.
Aniracetam also has a record of increasing the production of dopamine and serotonin. Dopamine is the feel good chemical in your brain. You’ll often experience it when winning an award, or simply being able to go home from work. Serotonin is the chemical in the brain that manages anxiety and stress levels. Often people suffering from anxiety or depression will have an observable imbalance of serotonin.
The Benefits of Aniracetam
When taking Aniracetam, you’ll experience an enhanced ability to learn, enhanced memory, enhanced concentration and focus levels, enhanced mental fluidity, enhanced energy and an elevated mood, as well as varying levels of relaxation.
It’s important to note that Aniracetam will enhance all aspects of your memory. This includes long term memory, short term memory, and free recall memory. Long term memories are those that stick with you throughout your life. Short term memories are those of previous conversations. Free recall memories are things you’ve memorized, such as passwords and birthdays. Perhaps they’re one in the same!
It’s important to note that often the benefits (and even side effects (if any)), vary from person to person.
Looking for a specific dosage? Speak with your doctor for more specific information. Looking for a general range? Try anywhere from 600 mg to 3000 mg. Do not take this all at once. Instead , spread it out through your day.
Looking to stack Aniracetam? Try stacking it with Piracetam, Oxiracetam, or Alpha GPC. All four Nootropics together will often work as a wonderful stack as well.
Side effects as a result of taking Aniracetam are very rare. However, when they do happen, they may include headaches, nervousness, nausea, intestinal issues, and fatigue. If you experience any of these problems, give your doctor or general practitioner a visit immediately.
For More Information…
For more information, speak with your doctor or general practitioner. Keep in mind that substance interaction is very important. If you are taking antibiotics or antidepressants, speak with a professional about how they’ll interact.