15 March 2010

Piracetam, anyone?

Anyone out there have any experience using piracetam?  I'm told by reliable sources that this nutritional supplement is very useful for improving concentration and helps with restoring a healthy sleep cycle.  It is also supposed to be good for dyslexia. 
It's available here in Italy, but I am deeply suspicious of all the hyped advertising on the internet.

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  1. Never heard of it. I use a melatonin supplement and it seems to help. Cheap, too, at least here in the U.S.

    What I've found is that I seem to build up a tolerance and it becomes less effective with prolonged use. The answer is to go off it and suffer for a week or two, then start again. I have to do this a couple of times a year.

  2. Anonymous4:19 PM

    I am an insomniac. I can relate.

    EXERCISE is often the key for me.

    It makes me sleep. It also aids in the "fuzzy wuzzy" head syndrome.

    Don't shoot the messenger...

    It makes a world of difference. I also carry some extra weight. Water "things" are great...

    If not, plain ole walkin'...

    : )

  3. Anonymous8:09 PM

    I second the exercise comment. If your knees are up to it, but you don't have time to go out for a long walk, you could try going up and down your friendly neighborhood (household) flight of stairs repeatedly.
    I take vitamin B supplement every day, it helps with energy metabolism somehow. If I skip for a week, I start feeling logy all the time. Getting back on, staying on steadily to keep the levels even, seems to help.
    Falling asleep saying the Divine Mercy chaplet has its good points...but then you find yourself falling asleep over the prayers when you're not trying to!

  4. Anonymous9:02 PM

    Yes, piracetam works amazingly well! Super sharp vision, total mental clarity, never get tired, amazing dreams, beautiful saturated colors, higher level of thinking... on and on it goes.

    I take it all day every day :)