Fasoracetam – What it is

Wikipedia says that Fasoracetam (NS-1055-oxo-D-prolinepiperidinamide monohydrate)[1] is a research chemical of the racetam family.[2] It is a nootropic and has been in a clinical trial for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.[3]

In in vitro studies on mouse neurons, fasoracetam modulated mGluR II/III activity.[4] In studies in rats, it blocked memory disruptions caused by baclofen, a GABA(B) agonist[5] and upregulated production of GABA(B) receptors after repeat dosing.[6]

 

Fasoracetam – How it Works

Fasoracetam works by modifying receptors in the brain. It works on the cholinergic, GABA, and glutamate receptors, which all play a role in forming and storing new memories. Like most nootropic compounds and fellow racetams, Fasoracetam Powder affects the brain by bringing about mild cognitive benefits. The benefits of fasoracetam are mostly anecdotal, but there are some studies to suggest a correlation. Given that there are millions of children and adolescents using amphetamine-based ADHD medication, studies testing fasoracetam effects is a good sign. Even better, fasoracetam has made it to the phase II and III clinical trials, which suggest a high effectiveness for this purpose. As of June 2016, the drug was still in these trials.

 

Fasoracetam – What it “Does”

Anecdotal evidence and research suggest that Fasoracetam powder can improve memory and focus, relieve depression and anxiety, and even help beat procrastination by increasing motivation and mental clarity. A study of rats with learned helplessness showed that the drug has potent antidepressant effects and prevents “learning loss.” In other words, it helps prevent the loss of cognitive skills and information recall. There are other studies that show that the greatest benefit of Fasoracetam can be seen in patients with Alzheimer’s Disease, helping to reduce the expected loss of mental acuity and memory. Presently, there are more studies being done to determine if Fasoracetam may be a beneficial treatment for some of the young patients who are affected by the varying degree of Attention Deficit Disorder or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

 

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