Nootropics Side Effects: Smart Drugs
Have you jumped on the Nootropic bandwagon like the successful entrepreneurs and body builders? Many people are a fan of the smart drugs, while some people are still contemplating their use. If you are thinking about committing to a Nootropic supplement regimen, you should continue reading this article, before making a final decision.
How Nootropics Work
Nootropics work by boosting the production of human neurotransmitters, dopamine, serotonin, and epinephrine. The adrenal medulla and the nerve endings produce these neurotransmitters. With the increase of neurotransmitters, individuals will experience an increased focus factor, improved short-term memory, decreased anxiety, improved mood, promoted sleep patterns, and improved cognitive behavior. All of these are great benefits that potentially come from the use of Nootropics. Nootropic snacks have also been known to increase the oxygen to the brain, which in turn will improve the thinking process and make one smarter.
With the lack of scientific human studies and reports to prove that Nootropics are truly safe to use, individuals will only be able to rely on reviews, comments, and the manufacturers of this product. While many people have exhibited negative side effects from using these smart drugs, they still seem pretty harmless. Some harmless side effects include headaches, hypoglycemia (low blood sugar levels), decreased focus, and confusion.
Some more serious side effects that some users have experienced from using Nootropics, which may or may not be factual, include temporary muscle spasms on one side of the face and hemiparesis (weakness on one side of the body). There have been some complaints by users that claim that their RBC’s, hematocrit, and hemoglobin was extremely elevated, after Nootropic consumption. Individuals using TRT (testosterone replacement therapy) have been noted to have higher RBC’s, hematocrit, and hemoglobin levels, as well.