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Piracetam vs Aniracetam

Piracetam vs Aniracetam Comparison, Similarities & Differences

Piracetam

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Aniracetam

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Piracetam is the first compound developed under the racetam class and was synthetically created by Belgium lab UCB Pharma. Of the racetam class, this is perhaps the most discussed and utilized nootropic. Its mechanism of action is poorly understood, but many speculate that it improves cognition without stimulating or sedating properties. In other words, it doesn't seem to affect a person's arousal. It is a modulator of the AMPA receptor and may work on various ion channels within the brain to excite neurons. Additionally, it improves acetylcholine functioning and may influence NMDA glutamate receptors. There is some evidence that it increases the amount of blood flow and oxygen to the brain. It is not approved in the United States for any condition, but is approved in the United Kingdom. In recent years it has gained popularity among students as a way to increase academic performance.



Aniracetam is a nootropic supplement under the racetam class that is regarded as being significantly more powerful than Piracetam. In addition to the cognitive enhancement it provides, it also acts as an anxiolytic and improves mood, memory and focus. This is likely achieved through its effects on the D2 dopamine receptors, acetylcholine receptors, and 5-HT2A receptors. However, it is still under investigational usage for treating various neurodegenerative disorders. It also has an effect on the AMPA receptor and is a drug that is thought to offer benefits for individuals with neurodegenerative disorders. Throughout European countries, it can be obtained as a prescription drug, but has never received any approval by the FDA for usage in the U.S. Aniracetam is fat soluble.

Tradenames

Pyracetam, Pyrrolidone acetamide, 2-Oxo-1-pyrrolidine, Memotopril, Fezam with cinnarizine, UCB6215





1-p-anisoyl-2-pyrrilidinone, Ro 13-5057, CAS 72432-10-1, 14-methoxybenzoyl-2-pyrrolidinone, Draganon, Sarpul, Ampamet, Memodrin, Referan

Dose

4.8 g daily/2x dose. 40-100mg/kg.
Daily Dosage # Stacks
800.00 mg 7
2.00 g 7
1600.00 mg 6
3.00 g 5
2.40 g 5
4.80 g 5
250.00 mg 4
1200.00 mg 4
2400.00 mg 3
1.60 g 2





1,500 mg/day broken into doses of two or as needed.
Daily Dosage # Stacks
750.00 mg 22
500.00 mg 12
1500.00 mg 11
650.00 mg 3
250.00 mg 3
300.00 mg 2
700.00 mg 2
400.00 mg 2
600.00 mg 2
325.00 mg 2

Side Effects

Like all the other racetams, Piracetam may be strongly associated with headaches. However, it can be eliminated easily with the addition of Choline.





The most notable side effect of Aniracetam is headaches.


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Total Users


There are over 86 users currently taking this supplement.








There are over 76 users currently taking this supplement.

Rated


3.00/5 based on 3 user votes








4.00/5 based on 9 user votes

Evidence-Based Effects


  • Cognitive Decline - Decreased
  • Memory - Increased







  • Anxiety - Decreased
  • Cognition - Increased
  • Depression - Decreased
  • Memory - Increased

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Medical Conditions




Medical Symptoms

Medical Symptoms # Stacks
Fatigue 2
Brain fog 1
Sweating excessive 1



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Purpose




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Commonly Paired With

Commonly Paired With # Stacks
Fish Oil 43
Noopept 36
L-Theanine 36
Alpha GPC 34
Citicoline (CDP-Choline) 20
AcetylCarnitine 18



Commonly Paired With # Stacks
Alpha GPC 51
Noopept 41
L-Theanine 39
Fish Oil 26
Caffeine 23
AcetylCarnitine 22

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