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Stimulan 400 mg ( Piracetam ) 30 capsules

Uses & Effectiveness?

Possibly Effective for:
Breath-holding attacks. Some research shows that taking piracetam for 2-3 months helps to reduce breath-holding spells in young children.
Surgery to improve blood flow to the heart (CABG surgery). Most available research shows that giving a single dose of piracetam by injection (IV) or by mouth around the time of CABG surgery helps with memory recall after surgery.
A learning disorder marked by difficulty reading (dyslexia). Most early research shows that taking piracetam for at least 12 weeks improves some reading skills in children aged 7-14 years with dyslexia.
Seizure disorder (epilepsy). Most available research shows that taking piracetam reduces some symptoms of epilepsy in some patients who are also taking antiseizure drugs. But not all research agrees on which symptoms are improved by piracetam.
A movement disorder often caused by antipsychotic drugs (tardive dyskinesia). Some research shows that symptoms of tardive dyskinesia improve in some people when piracetam is taken by mouth or given with a needle.
Dizziness (vertigo). Some research shows that giving piracetam by injection (IV) decreases feelings of dizziness in people with vertigo. Other research shows that taking piracetam by mouth can reduce the number of vertigo spells in people with chronic vertigo.

Insufficient Evidence for:
Alzheimer disease. Early research suggests that taking piracetam does not improve mental function in people with Alzheimer disease.
Decline in memory and thinking skills that occurs normally with age. Early research suggests that taking piracetam three times daily might improve memory loss with aging in some people.
Autism. Early research suggests that taking piracetam with a medication called risperidone helps improve some symptoms of autism in children.
Cocaine use disorder. Early research suggests that taking piracetam does not help with cocaine addiction. In some people, it might even increase cocaine use.
Dementia. Early research suggests that taking piracetam might improve memory loss in some patients with dementia.
Down syndrome. Early research suggests that taking piracetam does not help children with Down syndrome. In some children, aggression and irritability might increase.
Memory. Early research suggests that taking piracetam does not improve memory loss in people who have had electroconvulsive therapy (ECT).
Parkinson disease. Early research suggests that taking piracetam does not improve symptoms of Parkinson disease.
Recovery after surgery. Early research suggests that giving a single dose of piracetam by injection (IV) does not improve memory in people who have had open heart surgery.
Schizophrenia. Early research suggests that taking piracetam with a medication called haloperidol reduces some symptoms of schizophrenia. But it's not clear if it is beneficial when taken with the newer, more effective drugs used for schizophrenia.
Sickle cell disease. Some early research suggests that taking piracetam might reduce the severity of symptoms in children with sickle cell disease. However, not all research agrees. Doctors do not recommend piracetam for sickle cell disease.
Stroke. Early research suggests that taking piracetam might prevent a second stroke. However, it does not seem to prevent death or improve function following a stroke. In fact, piracetam might increase the risk for death in patients with the most severe symptoms of stroke. Early research also suggests that taking piracetam does not improve speaking ability after stroke.
Depression.
Concussion.
Bedwetting.
Hearing loss.
Other uses.
More evidence is needed to rate the effectiveness of piracetam for these uses.

Side Effects & Safety
When taken by mouth: Piracetam is POSSIBLY SAFE when taken appropriately. Some people who take piracetam have had nausea, vomiting, weight gain, nervousness, and sleep changes.

When given by IV: Piracetam is POSSIBLY SAFE when given by IV by a healthcare professional.
Special Precautions & Warnings:
Pregnancy and breast-feeding: There isn't enough reliable information to know if piracetam is safe to use when pregnant or breast feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.

Children: Piracetam is POSSIBLY SAFE when taken by mouth under the supervision of a medical professional.

Cocaine use disorder: Piracetam seems to increase cocaine use in people who are addicted to cocaine and are trying to quit. Until more is known, do not use piracetam if you have cocaine use disorder.

Epilepsy: Stopping piracetam or decreasing the dose of piracetam might increase the number of seizures in people with epilepsy. If you have epilepsy, use piracetam only under the care of a doctor.

Huntington disease: Piracetam seems to increase symptoms in people with Huntington disease. Until more is known, do not use piracetam if you have Huntington disease.

Kidney problems: Piracetam is removed from the body by the kidneys. Talk to a healthcare provider before using piracetam if you have kidney problems.

Surgery: Piracetam might slow blood clotting. This might result in too much bleeding if it is used before surgery. Stop taking piracetam at least 2 weeks before surgery.

Interactions?
We currently have no information for PIRACETAM Interactions.

Dosing
The following doses have been studied in scientific research:

ADULTS

BY MOUTH:

For surgery to improve blood flow to the heart (CABG surgery): Piracetam 12 grams daily for 6 weeks, starting on day 6 after surgery.
For seizure disorder (epilepsy): Piracetam 9.6-24 grams daily for up to 18 months.
For a movement disorder often caused by antipsychotic drugs (tardive dyskinesia): Piracetam 2.4 grams twice daily for 4 weeks.
For vertigo: Piracetam 800 mg three times daily for 8 weeks.
WITH A NEEDLE:
For surgery to improve blood flow to the heart (CABG surgery): Piracetam 12 grams administered by a healthcare professional as a single dose. Piracetam 12 grams, administered by a healthcare professional daily from the day before surgery to 6 days after surgery.
For a movement disorder often caused by antipsychotic drugs (tardive dyskinesia): Piracetam 8-24 grams daily administered by a healthcare professional.
For vertigo: Piracetam 1-2 grams administered by a healthcare professional as a single dose.
CHILDREN

BY MOUTH:
For breath-holding attacks: Piracetam 40 mg/kg daily for 2-3 months in children 6-36 months of age.
For dyslexia: Piracetam 3.3 grams daily for at least 12 weeks in children aged 7-14 years.

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