Noopept Benefits – Great Nootropic for Your Brain

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Introduction to Noopept

There are many hundreds of nootropics on the market these days and it can get a little daunting and require research into what is best for you. There is one nootropic out there that is one of the most effective and strongest at improving memory, focus, concentration and your learning capacity. It is called Noopept.  What is it?  How we use it?  What are the Noopept benefits?

The effects from Noopept will always be felt by different people in different ways with some find being able to remember conversations better thus helping with memory. Others report an overall boost in general memory and greater learning capacity.

It works like a Racetam but isn’t  Racetam.  Often Phenylpiracetam and Noopept are compared.  You can find my comparison in my article Phenylpiracetam vs Noopept.

Noopept Uses

Noopept is commonly used as a general nootropic all over the world. In some countries, it requires a prescription for those who want to improve their cognitive function. Noopept has been shown to be very safe with limited tolerance and withdrawal symptoms.

At the moment, Noopept is not regulated in North America and other countries. Noopept is quite a strong nootropic and therefore needs to be used according to the label. If used at the recommended dosages, you should be able to greatly improve your cognitive performance. Here is a more complete list of the benefits of Noopept.

  • Better Overall Cognitive Performance
  • Increase in Motivation
  • Increased Learning Ability
  • Enhanced Memory
  • Improved Reflexes & Perception
  • Advanced Logical Thinking
  • Improved Mood (Reduced Anxiety & Depression Symptoms)

Mental energy is also improved. Sort of like getting rid of a ‘brain fog’ feeling we get sometimes. Everything will become clearer and require less thought when supplementing with Noopept.

Using Noopept can make it seem like your thoughts and your mind are moving at a faster speed and you do not have to think as hard about tasks or concepts in order to complete your work.

Don’t worry if you feel different from what is described here because some people feel that instead, their overall perception and alertness is enhanced.

The important part to remember is that nootropics affect different people differently and what you feel may not be what the person sitting next to you who have taken the same nootropic.

This can be due to a number of factors including other medications being taken, overall health, even how much sleep you get on a regular basis.

Noopept is also able to decrease peoples level of anxiety and stress.

The supplement is also important for supporting overall brain health. Noopept is actually considered a neuroprotectant.

Much as an anti-oxidant is able to rid the body (or brain) of toxins and poisons, so can Noopept. Stress caused by oxidation is reduced, and many researchers also think that damage from excessive alcohol consumption may also be reduced. This certainly does not mean that you use Noopept so you can continue to drink alcohol excessively.

Overall brain communication is also improved. Noopept helps in the development of the connections and growth of new synapses that connect the left and right hemispheres of the brain.

Scientists believe these new connections from left to right hemisphere are probably the biggest reason for a person’s long term memory to greatly improve

How Does it Work and What are Noopept Benefits?

Noopept is absorbed by the body from within the GI tract where it then circulates to the brain and crosses the blood-brain barrier with ease.

Since the late 1980s, researchers have suggested that some nootropics have the ability to pass through the blood-brain barrier. This is the fastest way for any medication or supplement to reach the brain however this is a major challenge for pharmaceutical development. Our blood vessels just don’t let anything by and screen what they do let by.

The fact that Noopept can pass through the blood-brain barrier and offer faster delivery with the highest concentration in approx 15-20 minutes.

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Noopept (which is a peptide chemical compound) then travels to specific Glutamate receptor sites within the brain. It binds with these sites and helps to inhibit the breakdown of Glutamate which is one of the most powerful neurotransmitters relative to cognitive function.

Noopept also stimulates these receptors to be more sensitive to Glutamate so that they are activated more readily. The Glutamatergic system is believed to be vitally important in memory formation, learning, and other cognitive processes that we typically associated with increased intelligence.

Another interesting way in which Noopept works is by helping to increase the amount of oxygen within the brain. This main be one of the reasons why many users report a feeling of clarity, even sometimes from among the first moments of taking this supplement.  Lumonol is a very good nootropic stack that contains Noopept as an ingredient for clarity

Glucose metabolism in the brain is also enhanced. Glucose (sugar) is the main source of energy in the brain and when you improve its metabolism you make it more available for the brain to tap into. This is another possible explanation for the increased brain energy, mental clarity, focus, and concentration that occurs after taking Noopept.  You can find Noopept in my list of the best nootropics for focus and concentration.


Is Noopept a Stimulant?

Noopept is not technically a stimulant. It does have a lot of the same benefits as stimulants, though. It can improve focus, mood, motivation, memory, learning, and anxiety levels. Unlike prescription stimulants, Noopept is not addictive and has few side effects.

It does cause secondary effects related to stimulants, such as increased alertness, arousal, focus, energy levels, mood, and motor activity. One of the ways it does this is by boosting blood flow to the brain as well as oxygen and glucose uptake.

Noopept Dosage:noopept benefits

The recommended Noopept dosage is around 10 – 30mg daily. Just remember that everyone works differently so you may have to take a few different sized doses to find the one that’s right for you. Some people only need a really small dose. Others might need a little more Noopept to enjoy the benefits.[1]

How to Take Noopept

The best way to take Noopept is under your tongue. This is called sublingual and helps drugs or supplements enter your bloodstream faster than swallowing it.

Noopept comes in powder or capsules and isn’t soluble in water nor does it have much of an appealing taste. If you want to avoid the powder, the capsules are for you. If not, mix it with juice if you need to mask the taste.

18 thoughts on “Noopept Benefits – Great Nootropic for Your Brain”

  1. As I get older I feel I should look into taking something like this product as with all the ailments such as dementia and motor neuron and many other terrible diseases people get all relating to the brain, this could be of real value to help  stop or at least slow down these diseases of the mind and body

    Thank you for tis great product review

    • I think anyone should try something like this.  The benefits are there and as we age, the help these Nootropics can give us says give them a try

  2. My job requires me to have a good memory and think too fast. many times I must take important decisions in a matter of seconds so I think that any kind of similar product will help me stay concentrated, focused and less anxious. I need also improvement of my memory as well. Noopept sound like a very interesting drug, it makes miracles I would say. Are there any side effects by using it frequently?

  3. Im 51 and consider myself a fairly smart person however yes it really feels some days that my brain is very tired.  I guess it may even be a form of burn out.  I think it is great to have a product that could possibly invigorate the tired brain.  Sometimes sleep alone just isnt enough.

    Thank you for taking the time to write this article, I have a feeling its going to make a big difference in my life.

  4. Its a scary experience when your mind stars to fog and slow down, so there is a lot of importance in researching and understanding nootropics like noopept. You have provided a lot of useful information to explains the usage and benefits of this cognitive solution, and on further research after reading your article it seems to be a widely used choice for many people looking to improve brain functionality.

    I say the best things this nootropic can be used for is when you need to focus a lot more on new goals where learning and memory retention is key to success. From what I’ve researched as well as a healthy and balanced diet this nootropic can be a literal game changer when you are looking to learn how to create new projects, learn new languages and just simply for learning new technical skills and getting things done.

    Advancing yourself in tasks is heavy dependant on memory retention, clear thinking and the ability to process without feeling like you have a major cognitive disadvantage. Can i ask, what range of nootropics are best suited for which cognitive purposes in your opinion?

    • If I get your question correctly I would answer it like this.

      Google the type of Nootropic you want.  If you want something for motivation, search for that and you will find quite a few products to help with that.

      The same goes for alertness, sleep, focus etc.

      Thank for the comment and question 

  5. Awesome product review on a product that helps one of the most important organs, “BRAIN” which discriminates human from the rest of the animal kingdom in a major way. 

    Noopept is certainly something that looks very promising to help the clarity, cognitive function, shows brain fog clearing kind of action. The mechanism of action describes the pathway involved for the the drug to act. 

    As the world population aging, the cognitive as well as overall brain function retard might be leading to dementia, loss of memory. This product will benefit the world.

    Thank you for helping the world for sharing this blog. I deeply enjoyed it.

  6. Hi Stew an interesting article, i did not know there were these type of products available. However with the amount of alzhiemers and other neurological conditions on the rise, this may be a great way to prevent the early onset or at least to slow it down. Also with the fast paced lifestyles we have a bit more clarity could be beneficial to all of us. I am amazed that it can support the building of synapses in the brain as well. Thanks for an informative review. Cass

  7. I’m a middle-aged woman and I have been noticing a slight decline in my ability to retain new information. I find myself needing to read things or watch training videos more than once.  I believe it would be very beneficial to take a supplement that would help improve brain function, which is why I found this article and the product intriguing.  Do you happen to have any data from studies done on Noopept?  Are there any known side effects or drug interactions?

  8. Ah, this seems like a dream product that I would greatly benefit from, given that my memory is terrible and I completely understand the brain fog. I did see you mentioned it’s not regulated in Northern America. I’m so picky about what I put into my body, although the benefits seem amazing, the fact that this affects your brain, it’s too much of a risk for me to take. I would worry about why it’s not regulated yet. FDA should be able to approve it, if it was safe, I would assume? I would like to see case studies regarding this product and it’s effectiveness.

    • There aren’t many supplements that are regulated in Canada or the US because they are supplements and not considered drugs.  Don’t hold your breath on these getting regulated for a long long time

      Thanks for your interest and hope you enjoyed what you have read

  9. Earlier, I read your article about nootropics, and decided to pop by here to find out more about the supplements. My father has been complaining much about his memory loss. Being very active for most of his life, it is bothering him. He is a very sharp thinker and I do not want to lose his always wise advice. I think Noopept will be a good supplement for him. Thanks for your recommendation. 

  10. You mention research that has been done on this supplement, do you have links for it? I’ve never heard of nootropics before reading your posts and would be interested to learn more.  But I like science :). I’d like to read the research before getting invested. And I totally could use the reduction of stress benefit. I have a 4 month old after all.

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