Piracetam is the first nootropic medicine that brought about a revolution in the field of mental decline treatment for individuals suffering from various kinds of mind related diseases, decline and other cognitive impairment due to age, environment and genetics. Nootropics are also called smart drugs for their effect of increasing cognition and improving memory.
Monday, December 3, 2012
Thursday, November 22, 2012
Piracetam is the first ever formulated cognitive enhancer or mind power supplement to improve memory and sharpen mental ability. Also known as piracetam nootropil, the mind power supplement belongs to a class of medicines called nootropics or smart drugs. The word nootropil too is derived from nootropics, which are a category of non toxic medicines specially designed to increase cognition.
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Cognitive decline disorders and diseases such as dementia, Alzheimer's disease, dyslexia, alcoholism, depression and Parkinson's disease are becoming increasingly common and frequent these days. It is thus ironical that while science has done so much progress and advancement in the discovery of new medicines, treatments and diseases, various kinds of degenerative disorders and conditions are also increasing day by day.
Saturday, September 22, 2012
With the ever increasing competition in each and every sphere of life, there is mounting pressure on every individual to perform well as per the best of his/her physical and mental ability. To add to the pressure and to make life tougher, the food that we eat and the environment in which we live is highly polluted and contaminated.
The pressure to perform and lack of good food and relaxation in our present day living has given rise to an increase in the number of mind related disorders and conditions such as depression, alcoholism, stress, senile dementia, Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease.
Although, one can do various mind power exercises, relaxation techniques and eat well balanced food for optimum health and to prevent mental and physical decline, yet simple exercises and brain food is not enough to enhance cognition and improve memory. It becomes imperative that to enhance one's mental agility one should start taking nootropic medicines like piracetam as soon as one starts noticing the early signs and symptoms of mental decline.
Thursday, September 20, 2012
Piracetam is one of the most popular mind power supplements available in the market today. These mind power supplements are especially designed to improve a person's mental ability over a certain period of time with consistent use. These special mind power supplements are famously called nootropics or smart medicines.
Just like our skin and body, our mental ability too undergoes ageing and decline with our increasing age. No wonder, we find so many elderly people struggling with their lack of ability to focus and memorize things. Although, a certain degree of this decline in mental ability with growing age is acceptable and normal, a rapid and progressive decline of memory and mental ability can be sign of some serious mental disorder or disease like Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease or senile dementia.
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Alzheimer's disease is one of the most serious forms of mental decline and dementia that affects all aspects of one's life including thinking, behavior and memory. While, the disease start with a gradual loss of memory, it soon takes the shape of rapid and progressive mental decline finally resulting in the complete loss of memory and mental ability of the individual.
As brain is the main controlling organ of the body, loss of brain function signals death and decay of entire physiology of the individual. While the main causes of dementia are still unknown, it has been cited that following conditions increase the person's risk of getting dementia and Alzheimer's disease:
Friday, September 7, 2012
Alzheimer's disease is a highly complicated and seriousmental decline disorder that accounts for nearly 60% of the natural death cases among the elderly. The disease generally tends to occur in old age, however, in certain cases and individuals, the disease can show symptoms of early onset and thus premature mental decline.
Thus, if you are around 45 or 50 years and have already started forgetting things and general information quite rapidly and frequently along with other mental decline signs such as decrease in mental ability, lack of focus etc., chances are that you might have Alzheimer's disease.