Dr. Rita Ostrovskaya, world-leading expert and co-creator of Noopept, joins us to shed some light on this fairly new-to-the-scene nootropic. She talks us through the history of the compound, touching on its low toxicity levels and its lack of known side effects. We are also introduced to a woman with no cerebellum, learn how to effectively take a “coffee nap”, and find out what some doctors are referring to as “diabetes of the brain.”
Key Terms Mentioned
- Study on the Effects of Noopept on Parkinson’s Symptoms (performed in Sweden)
- Study on the Effects of Noopept on Down’s Syndrome Symptoms (performed in The United States)
- This Week in Neuroscience: Woman Found With No Cerebellum
- Alzheimer’s: Diabetes of the Brain?
- Ruthless Listener-Retention Gimmick: Coffee Naps
- Axon: An App for the Nootropics Community
What is Noopept?
This Week in Neuroscience: Woman Found With No Cerebellum
Glossary of Pronunciations
Introduction to Dr. Rita Ostrovskaya
Reasons for negative attitudes towards Piracetam
The history of Noopept
Comparing Piracetam and Noopept dosages
Toxicity levels and side effects
Testing Noopept as a treatment for diabetes
Alzheimer's: Diabetes of the Brain?
Tolerance build-up and suggested dosages
Dr. Ostrovskaya's comments on vitality
Ruthless Listener-Retention Gimmick: Coffee Naps
Axon: Version 1.1