Nootropics are something that have been around for many decades, they are used to help sharpen up study skills, improve mental focus, and otrher aspects of cognitive function in general. If you do some research on Nootropics, especially prescription nootropics, most studies say they are safe, however, more recent research has shown that they can have some significant side effects, especially with long-term use, in this article I will discuss the different kinds of nootropics available today.
Prescription nootropics as mentioned earlier have been around for a long time, doctors like to make prescription nootropics out be harmless, but they can have side effects, a lot depends on the medication, some of the more popular prescription nootropics include Ritalin, dimethylamylamine and methylphenidate. Prescription nootropics are prescribed to patients suffering from ADHD (Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), medications such as Methylphenidate which is a substitute for phenethylamine can help improve cognitive function, including episodic memory, working memory, and inhibitory control.
Prescription nootropics should only be used in severe cases of degrading or poor cognitive function in the elderly, long-term effects include toxicity, irritability and mental confusion. View More Different Types of Nootropics