If you’ve been taking Piracetam for a while, have been satisfied with its performance and haven’t noticed any intolerable side effects, you might be thinking about trying some of the other racetams. For many nootropic users, the next step after [Read more…]
Aniracetam was developed in the 1970s following the discovery of piracetam a decade earlier, and it wasn’t long before scientists began to realise that although aniracetam is in the same class of drugs as piracetam, it offers a unique set of benefits. Aniracetam has a higher affinity for dopamine and serotonin receptors than other racetams, giving it stronger mood-modulating effects. The result is that as well as enhancing memory and concentration, aniracetam is great for alleviating anxiety, depression or mood swings. If you suffer from any of these conditions, read on to see whether aniracetam can help.