The Side Effects of Nootropics

Many individuals today enjoy using Nootropics, or “smart drugs.” Nootropic is a term that refers to a class of chemicals (some man-made, and some that are natural) that give the user enhanced cognitive abilities for a period of time. If you are interested in taking Nootropics, or you have been using smart drugs for some time, it’s important to be aware of any side effects that are associated with the supplement. In this article, we will discuss some of these side effects to help you stay aware of any possible dangers.

When considering using Nootropics, it should please you to know that these are some of the safest supplements available on the market today. However, there have been some adverse side effects reported by users of Nootropic drugs. One of these side effects is headaches. This is, in fact, the most common side effect linked to smart drugs. Why is the case?

The reason why Nootropics may cause headaches is that the smart drug is causing your brain to work harder than normal. In fact, the supplement causes the brain to demand more Acetylcholine than the body can produce at any given time. This, in turn, can make the Acetylcholine receptors begin to “burn out.” This can create headaches for the user of the smart drug.

Fortunately, this side effect is not dangerous and can be counteracted quite quickly. All you need to do is find a source of Choline that is quality and safe. This helps to safely boost the production of Acetylcholine, satisfying the brain’s need for this chemical and working to relieve the headaches associated with using Nootropics.

Another side effect that has been linked to using smart drugs is insomnia and fatigue. Nootropics work to increase a feeling of alertness and overall energy. Once the supplement has worn off, however, the two opposite reactions can occur.

 

Insomnia has been found in users who have taken their smart supplement close to bedtime. This can cause the mind to simply be too active to be able to fall asleep. Once sleep is achieved, the user may find that quality of rest was not great and that they still wake up feeling tired.

To combat a feeling of fatigue and insomnia, timing is everything when using Nootropics. Try to avoid using your supplement close to bed time, or even in the afternoon.

Other side effects that have been linked to Nootropics include anxiety, nervousness, a feeling of being restless, and even depression. These side effects have been reported, but are relatively rare. However, it is important to monitor yourself when using any new form of supplement or medication to be sure that you stay healthy.

In conclusion, when choosing to use any supplement, it is important to be aware of any possible side effects. While Nootropics are considered safe, be sure to speak with your healthcare provider before beginning a new smart drug. Also, be sure to use your supplement safely to get the best experience possible.