I’ve experimented with countless nootropics over the years but I find myself always coming back to good old Piracetam. It just works, and for an impressive spectrum of problems and ailments of the mind.
What follows in this post is a personal account of how I’ve used Piracetam to succesfully keep the black dog of depression bridaled and at bay.
At the ripe age of 29 and going on 30 I’ve learned a number of things throughout life. I’ve been gifted with the ability to read behavior and decipher even the most complex social engagements. I’ve noticed a number of behavioral traits in people that have large social circles, business contacts, and generally people who have achieved a certain degree of success and achievement.
I’m willing to bet most people are not satisfied with where they are at in life. Now, this could be for a number of reasons. I believe social media and the constant barrage of artificial dopamine hits are scrambling our ability to focus and concentrate. How have we allowed ourselves to descend this far into unconsciousness? Very slowly but surely my friend.
If you’re a fan of my You Tube channel you know I am a huge fan of Piracetam. It’s one of the original and most well studied nootropics out there. I’ve used it off and on for well over 2 years with great success. I’ve used Piracetam enough to experience the nootropic to its full extent.
I got into nootropics a long time ago. One of the first nootropics I experimented with was Piracetam. I don’t know how I initially came across these new types of brain supplements but at first I had concerns. My main concern was of course taking an illicit white powder that I had to weigh on a scale. This to me sounded like serious business and I was wondering the same exact thing as you…