Piracetam 800mg is used in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease, stroke and dementia related to Parkinson’s disease. It may also be used to treat age-related memory loss and head trauma. It works by improving communication between nerve cells and protecting the brain.
Piracetam is commonly used for apnea attacks, seizure disorders (epilepsy), vertigo (vertigo), learning disabilities marked by difficulty reading (dyslexia), and movement disorders often caused by antipsychotic medications (tardive dyskinesia). It is also used to treat dementia, schizophrenia, sickle cell disease, and many other conditions, but there is no solid scientific evidence to support many of these uses.
Piracetam tablets, typically available in 800 mg doses, are associated with several potential benefits, supported by research and medical uses:
Improve brain function: Research shows that taking piracetam can improve brain function. Animal studies show that piracetam makes cell membranes more fluid, making communication between cells easier. It also increases blood supply to the brain as well as oxygen and glucose consumption, especially in people with mental disabilities.
Enhanced verbal learning: In a study of 16 healthy people, those who took 1,200 mg of piracetam per day performed better on verbal learning tasks than those in the placebo group after 14 days.
Treatment of various conditions: Piracetam is used in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, Parkinson’s disease-related dementia, age-related memory loss, head trauma, myoclonus of origin cerebral cortex and other conditions.
Cognitive enhancement: Piracetam is a nootropic derivative of cyclic GABA used as a general cognitive enhancer.
Other Potential Uses: Suggested uses for Piracetam include Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, memory dysfunction, alcoholism, Raynaud’s phenomenon, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), tardive dyskinesia, dyslexia, brain damage and vertigo.
Among this medication’s frequent adverse effects are jitters and irregular voluntary movements. But these are only transitory, and eventually, they normally go away on their own. If these don’t go away or start to annoy you, please see your doctor. Additionally, it may make you drowsy and dizzy, so avoid driving and other tasks requiring concentration.
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