S-Pira (Piracetam) is used to treat Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, Parkinson’s disease-related dementia, age-related memory loss, and head injury.
How S-Pira (Piracetam) Works?
Piracetam is a cognitive enhancer. It works by enhancing the activity of a chemical messenger (acetylcholine), which facilitates nerve cell communication. Additionally, it protects the brain and nerve system from oxygen deficiency.
Piracetam is a substance that is believed to improve the function of brain and blood vessel cells. The membrane that covers cells becomes stiff with age and some types of disorders. Cells with a rigid membrane perform poorly. According to some experts, piracetam aids in the maintenance of the membrane that surrounds cells, ensuring that they continue to operate normally.
Piracetam’s most often seen adverse effects
Nervousness, weight gain, and abnormal voluntary movements are all symptoms of a nervous disorder.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you should see your doctor before using piracetam. Avoid using to be safe.
Piracetam is POSSIBLY SAFE for children when taken orally with a doctor’s supervision.
Piracetam seems to increase cocaine consumption in those attempting to stop drugs. Never take piracetam if you have cocaine use disorder until more is understood.
Seizures may increase if you stop taking piracetam or reduce your dosage. If you have epilepsy, take piracetam only under a doctor’s supervision.