Noopept is one of the most popular nootropics on the market. The benefits of Noopept appear fast – the maximum concentration of the substance in the body can be reached within 15-20 minutes after taking it. This is why it is advisable to take Noopept right before mentally demanding tasks – exam, presentation, or any other important event.
BENEFITS FOR BRAIN PERFORMANCE
The key benefit of Noopept is that it may greatly improve one’s cognitive performance: increase ability to learn and process information, improve memory consolidation and retrieval. This benefit is extremely important for students as they encounter enormous amount of information that needs to be quickly processed, memorized and used in their daily lives. Other positive effects of Noopept include increased focus and improved vision.
BENEFITS FOR MENTAL HEALTH
Noopept also has a positive effect on mood and may work as a mood enhancer. It may also help people who often deal with anxiety and depression.
Enhanced memory and improved learning process
Sharper focus and better vision
Reduced anxiety and depression
Advanced logical thinking
Purity check board
The typical Noopept dosage is 15-30 mg 1-3 times daily. Do not consume Noopept in the evenings as it may interfere with sleep.
Not recomended with
Big dose of other nootropics
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