Noopept (N-phenylacetyl-L-prolylglycine ethyl ester)
Noopept is the brand name for N-phenylacetyl-L-prolylglycine ethyl ester, a synthetic nootropic molecule. Noopept increases Nerve Growth Factor & BDNF, boosts Brain Waves and improves memory. It provides a mild cognitive boost after supplementation. It also provides a subtle psychostimulatory effect, and it provides a general neuroprotective effect after supplementation. This neuroprotective effect occurs during various states of cognitive trauma, including oxidative stress and physical trauma.
What does Noopept do?
Noopept is a popular cognitive-enhancing supplement in the nootropic community. Proposed mechanism of actions based on preclinical studies include increasing acetylcholine signaling, increasing the expression of BDNF and NGF, protecting from glutamate toxicity, and increasing inhibitory neurotransmission in the brain. Noopept modulates neuroreceptor function keeping glutamate transmission at normal levels. Protecting neurons and other brain cells from glutamate damage. Noopept increases Nerve Growth Factor (NGF), Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF) and mRNA.
Noopept Benefits and Uses
Noopept increases focus and attention for many neurohackers. Mental arithmetic and grasping difficult concepts are easier. Your conversation skills could increase with Noopept. Vocabulary comes easier. Being able to focus contributes to a more balanced dialogue. Neurohackers report being more outgoing, friendly, and less self-conscious. With Noopept you may find yourself better able to deal with stressful situations and work issues that normally get you down. Once you get past the first few weeks of unpleasant memories related to PTSD you may find overwhelming emotions will subside. You could feel detached in a pleasant way from painful memories. Many users report increased pleasure when listening to music while using Noopept. For some it takes music to a different plane. Distinguishing between instruments in soundtracks is easier. As a whole, music sounds better. Noopept affects NGF and BDNF which affects long-term potentiation.