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Changes on someone's life after taking phenylpiracetam(cas 77472-70-9)

Date : 2016/8/25 11:42:00

Tolerance to cold: I always feel cold, especially in winter. This rarely happens, but whenever it does, I feel less cold than normal after taking phenylpiracetam(cas 77472-70-9). The first time it happened to me was when I was wearing a T-shirt and shorts while walking around outside. I noticed everyone wearing winter clothing such as jackets and such and I seemed out of place. I looked at my phone and the temperature was 35 degrees Fahrenheit (1-2 celsius). What's more, sometimes I tend to sweat a little more. The tolerance to cold effect is rare for me though. Most others seem to not experience it at all. It might be better for people who are around more extreme cold temperatures. 

Insomnia: on the second or the third day after take phenylpiracetam(cas 77472-70-9), I feel very tired. Sometimes I feel more mental fatigue than before, I sleep more, feeling very tired. I make it up by choline source. I carry a choline bitartrate pheylpiracetam always Phenylpiracetam reduced to so I counter by choline receptor source. It's like when a person need to actos raschig, they need a source of choline, otherwise, they have a headache.

Tolerance: phenylpiracetam(cas 77472-70-9) builds a very strong and quick tolerance. After about the 3rd day, I practically don't feel it. I have not completely solved this problem nor heard of any other solutions to reduce phenylpiracetam tolerance on its own, but I have found that taking other supplements or stimulants helps put it back into effect. For example, if I drink an energy drink or coffee after taking phenylpiracetam with a tolerance, it seems to kick the phenylpiracetam back into effect, usually only partially, sometimes full. On top of that, the caffeine seems to be potentiated as well. I take omega-3 fish oil when going to bed which seems to reduce tolerance a bit when I take phenylpiracetam again in the morning, but I have no idea if it's actually working or not. Everytime I build up a tolerance and take phenylpiracetam, it's like it hides and lies dormant within my body, only to be activated again by another substance. Other things that seem to work are vitamins, minerals, other nutrients. Eating healthy foods such as fruit and vegetables seems to help the phenylpiracetam kick in a little more. However, I am very shaky on this. Tolerance is a true, strong effect from phenylpiracetam.