Nootropics Drugs Meant to Make You Smarter

Nootropics, called ''smart drugs" by some aficionados, refer to a wide range of potential memory-enhancing medications. over time, the term has become restricted to describe a relatively narrow class of medications. Nootropics were developed with the idea that they would work not only for people with memory disorders but would also improve cognitive performance in normal individuals. The hope was that somehow these medications would help nerve cells sprout and form connections with other nerve cells, but there are no sound experimental data to back this idea.

Piracetam, oxiracetam, aniracetam, and pramiracetam (all derived from pyrrolidone) are the most widely used nootropic compounds.

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