Noopept Tolerance, What is Noopept and How Can You Keep Your Noopept Tolerance as Low as Humanly Possible?
Noopept tolerance is an interesting phenomenon in that can be quite annoying for those that are just beginning to take Noopept on a regular basis, or for those whose body and mind have become accustomed to the benefits of Noopept, and which now need an increasingly higher and higher dosage of the drug in order to match the same effect. Whether it’s done by the increase of the amount of choline you are taking on top of Noopept, whether it comes by way of Nootropic stacks like the Adrafinil and Noopept stack, or the Noopept and Piracetam stack, or whether it comes from taking the occasional weekend drug holiday from Noopept, there are loads of ways that you can lower your overall tolerance to Noopept, and get that awesome, kick in the pants euphoria that you had when you first started!
The following blog post will look to explain exactly what Noopept is, what it does in the brain, the benefits, downsides and side effects of potentially using this drug on a long term basis, and will go into detail on what Noopept tolerance is, why it happens, and how you can try to avoid it, or at least minimize it. For more information on Noopept, and on minimizing your overall tolerance to Noopept and tons of other related Nootropic drugs, be sure to subscribe to our blog for a free sample of Nootropics worth over fifty dollars, and to comment down below with your thoughts and opinions on the article, and we’ll get back to you within one business day with a response.
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Alpha GPC Choline
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Saint John’s Wort
The Ciltep Nootropics Stack
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What is Noopept, and What Are The Side Effects of a High Noopept Tolerance?
Noopept is an extremely powerful ampakine and peptide based Nootropic drug, and is said to be as much as 1000 times more powerful than that of Piracetam, the verdict is still out on whether or not this is 100% true, but one thing is for certain, Noopept is one of the most powerful Smart Drugs currently available for sale in the online market. Available for over 30 years, Noopept is a peptide based Nootropic that has been studied for decades now, that comes from the brains of pigs, and that has been generally recognized as safe for as long as it has been sold in the United States and around the world. In Russia, you can actually get Noopept over the counter, however in the United Kingdom, Noopept is banned entirely, and in the United States, you can only legally purchase Noopept online.
The side effects of Noopept generally speaking will include headaches, if not enough choline is taken, tiredness, if you take too much of the drug, euphoria and sometimes erratic behavior if you take too high of a dosage, and a host of other related side effects. These however will typically be far outweighed by the benefits of Noopept, which are improved memory, increased visual perception, better verbal fluidity, increased mental endurance, better STM to LTM memory retention, a greater ability to focus, increased productivity, and loads of other benefits.
With regards to the long term usage of Noopept, a word of caution for those that are really looking to go all in on this supplement, I personally have taken Noopept plenty of times, and first got a bag of powder the beginning of my first semester of my freshman year of college, nearly 10 years ago, ahh 18 years old, how young and naive I was! Instead of weighing out the powder on a scale, I would just stick my finger into the bag and lick off a little bit of powder here and there, and at one point I probably megadosed Noopept well into the 100 milligram range,, not a smart idea at all.
One time when I did this, I got so tired that I slept for 16 hours straight, and woke up in a daze, only to take more Noopept so that I could make it to class on time the next afternoon (I believe it was evening actually, nearly slept through a 5pm class I took so much Noopept). The next time I did this I used choline with it, which made quite a world of difference, and I also made sure that I was well rested, that I had eaten a lot that day, and that I made sure I was in a good mood.
I had read somewhere online that Noopept is occasionally known as a “mood-dependent” drug, and that it would often times differ in effects by exasperating one’s mood, ie. if you are in a fantastic mood, Noopept will typically make that stronger and you’ll go through your day on a 12 hour euphoric Noopept buzz, if you are in an extremely depressed state however, of if you are very angry for some reason, Noopept will make this all the more furious, so best to save Noopept for those days when you are happy and on your A-game.
How to Mitigate Noopept Tolerance Through Stacking This Nootropic With Other Smart Drugs?
Now, one way that I have seen to mitigate Noopept tolerance, is to stack Noopept atop other Nootropic Smart Drugs in order to strengthen the drug’s effects, now this isn’t really tolerance mitigation, since generally speaking, adding drugs to a Nootropics cocktail isn’t something one would consider when talking about mitigating anything! Nevertheless though, adding Nootropics to Noopept in order to increase the drug’s potency to what it was at previous levels is relevant to the conversation, and is something that should be addressed when considering the minimization of a user’s overall tolerance to Noopept.
Among the best and most common Nootropics that are frequently stacked atop Noopept in order to increase its potency include things like Adrafinil, Piracetam, Aniracetam, Oxiracetam, CDP Choline, Alpha GPC Choline, Centrophenoxine, Gynostemma, and a host of other similar and related Nootropic Smart Drugs. In my own personal opinion, for increasing the strength of Noopept, I feel that the stimulant Nootropics, such as Adrafinil, Phenylpiracetam, Caffeine and Creatine (among others that I can’t think of off the top of my head at the time of writing this blog post) as these are the supplements that are most likely to give you a “boost” to your Nootropic cocktail that you can feel.
Supplementing potent Racetams like Piracetam of Aniracetam with your Noopept, or adding in a fresh choline source like Centrophenoxine can and will give you an additional effect than if you had just taken Noopept all on its own, however the effects will be significantly less pronounced than if you had taken Noopept atop a potent Nootropic stimulant, such as Adrafinil or Phenylpiracetam. Because of this, for my part I think it is enough to say that the addition of a general stimulant to Noopept is the best way to “minimize tolerance” in a sense, and to get back the Noopept effects as you once felt them.
Why Does Noopept Tolerance Occur In The Brain and Body?
Noopept tolerance occurs in the brain and body, and tolerance to just about every single other drug on the planet all just the same, as a natural defense mechanism present in the structure of all animal’s brains. This is actually a necessary adaptation that we as humans have developed in order to make using drugs functional and safe (without yielding any permanent damage), in that it allows our receptors to downregulate, eventually heal, and to not get to a point where they “pop” never returning to their original, pre-drug addicted state.
To illustrate what happens in the brain when tolerance develops to Noopept, or any other drug for that matter, consider the following scenario. You take a Noopept every single day for a month, now all of a sudden you need a 2x dosage in order to get the same effect that you did the month ago, a month later, you need a 33% increase in dose in order to maintain this effect? Why is this happening, and why do you all of a sudden need a dosage of Noopept in your system just to feel somewhat “normal” per-se? The reason is that you are in a state of withdrawal, though however mild, and is because you are essentially walking around with down-regulated brain receptors, the very same receptors that you have been over-stimulating with Noopept these past several months.
This is good and healthy for the brain to do, and also extremely Smart might I add, in that you can keep dosing Noopept like this until the cows come home (at a dosage increase akin to the rate of inflation, obviously the effect will be different if you just boldly take like 300mg or some crazy thing like that..which don’t do this…you’ll….yeah:/) and your brain will continue to just defend itself from your own personal…erratic actions. When you stop taking Noopept, your brain signals its receptors to make new neuro chemicals, since you are no longer supplementing them with synthetic ones, and viola, you go through a withdrawal syndrome and arise from the ashes a new man!
What is the Best Dosage for Keeping Your Overall Noopept Tolerance Low
In my own personal experience, the best dosage of Noopept that works for both short term and long term usage, is going to be around 10 milligrams of Noopept at a time, and for some users 20mg. The ceiling dosage of Noopept is usually around 30 milligrams, with 10 milligrams of Noopept serving as something of a minimum effective dosage guideline that you can look towards for responsible usage of the drug. 10 milligrams, given that Noopept is mood dependent, and that it can sometimes have some pretty nasty side effects if you take it while you are in a bad mood, take it at the wrong time, or just plain end up with a bad batch because of a stroke of bad luck, is I feel the best advice that I can give you if you are planning to take Noopept, go easy on the dosing and be sure to take the occasional weekend holiday, and you’ll be soaring high with trusted Noopept by your side! Oh and don’t forget to bring some choline along for the ride!
Final Thoughts On The Downsides of Noopept Tolerance, and How You Can Skirt Around or Mitigate It
To keep this article as short and sweet as possible, since its almost 2 o’clock in the morning here in the United States and since this article is pushing the 2000 word mark, I’ll say as much for our closing remarks about Noopept tolerance. Noopept is an incredibly effective Nootropic if you let it be one, and the best way to do that is by taking the lowest dosage possible, as infrequently as possible. I see so many reviews and testimonials online with users of Noopept taking 100 milligrams at a time, or using 30 milligrams a day for like a month straight with no breaks, and it worries me that Nootropics aren’t going to be around for that much longer if we don’t shape up and get our act together!
Take Noopept as it was intended to be taken, read the instructions on the bottle from whatever store you purchase from on the web, and always, always, always, take precautions and do your own research before starting any Nootropic supplement regiment. For more information on Noopept and a host of other similar and related Nootropics and online Smart Drugs found on the web, be sure to subscribe to our blog for a free sample of Nootropics worth over fifty dollars, and to comment down below with your thoughts and opinions on the article, and we’ll get back to you within one business day with a response. Until next time, you heard it first right here at Nootropics University.com.
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