As part of Piracetam's effect of increasing cognitive functions, it specifically effects and benefits your memory, intelligence, and attention span, as well as other benefits which can vary from user to user. The increased mental activity is due to an increased blood flow between the two hemispheres in your brain, and has also been shown to aid and repair brain tissue damaged by chemicals such as alcohol, or from physical trauma.
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Side effects are minimal to virtually non-existent. No major side-effects have been observed, but there are some reports of headache upon withdrawal from the drug.
Typical doses go from 400mg to 4800mg, 800mg is considered a safe starting dose for a daily regiment. Individuals may report feeling strong mental effects such as improved vocabulary, and improved thought-process and problem solving skills within the first few days of use. One may begin safely with an "attack dose" ranging anywhere from 1600mg to 2400mg for the first couple of days of dosage to illicit a quicker response from the body. This feeling of inner stimulation will likely fade after continued use, yet the effects of the mental improvement will remain. Currently it is unclear whether continued use or occasional use is more beneficial, talk to your doctor if you have specific