Nootropil is an artificially synthesized neurotransmitter belonging to the class of GABA (Gamma Aminobutyric Acid). It helps in preventing degeneration of brain and nerve cells by allowing free flow of nutrients and oxygen.
Piracetam is the chemical component of Nootropil, and it belongs to the class of GABA. It acts through the medium of other non-medicinal ingredients that are neutral and do not interfere with the drug action.
The therapeutic indications of Nootropil are as follows:
Nootropil should be taken only if it has been prescribed by a physician and not otherwise.
When any drug is consumed without any medical indication or in a wrong manner, it tends to produce side effects. Sometimes, hypersensitivity of patients is also responsible for development of side effects. Some of the unpleasant symptoms associated with usage of Nootropil are mentioned below:
Patients should remember that any discomfort felt after consuming the drug is a side effect of the drug and should be reported to a doctor immediately.
Nootropil is a very strong medicine and should be taken only as per a physician's prescription. Some important points to be considered by patients who are on a course of Nootropil are as follows:
Apart from this, other instructions may be provided to the patients regarding usage of Nootropil. It is important to follow all the instructions well, in order to avoid unnecessary drug reactions and health complications.
Other medicines having similar medical composition to Nootropil can be used as alternatives to it. These drugs tend to have the same therapeutic action on the nerves and brain cells as Nootropil. Some of the Nootropil substitutes have been mentioned below:
These tablets can be used in place of Nootropil only if they have been prescribed by a physician.