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I don't want caffeine to be unhealthy. It's one of the few joys in my life. But how some people, quite few people because most of us are addicted and want to stay that way, claim it to be super bad bothers me and makes me wonder if I should quit. I saw a video about it recently and I've been off for about a month but no superpowers so far. What I'm hearing from the caffeine opposers is that over the long term: -You're cutting your productivity. -You're cutting years off your life. -You're cutting your performance and thinking ability down. -You're messing with your digestion. -You're flooding your body with cortisol which is bad for everything. -You're messing with your dopamine which means you get less joy from other things in life. -Caffeine is right up there with smoking on how much biased research it involves (or used to involve in case of smoking). I don't read r/nootropics but I assume it's very pro caffeine here. What are your thoughts on the possible negative effects of caffeine?
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**TLDR**: Requesting assessments of ideal stack in terms of relative doses and dose timing for nootropics I'm already using (below; efficacy demonstrated) to achieve peak performance/endurance for a 6-hour standardized test? I have a history of ADHD and this has tended to manifest as a "bright, but short-burning fuse." In other words, my aptitude is high, but I fatigue quickly with sustained attention. 6 hours for a crucial exam is a new experience for me and a distinct challenge. My MCAT practice tests have jumped from about 85th to 95th percentile (but even at that level, each point counts and will affect life/income) using a combination of the following nootropics, but I do not have time to experiment with the full range of possible relative doses/temporality, so looking from someone on here with greater experience. Nootropics currently using: - adranifil (300mg) - oxiracetam (600mg) - alpha-GPC (450mg) - uridine (10-25mg)* - phenibut (10-25mg)* *less sure about dosages for these; one of them is the cause of my beginning to get a "head high" during my last practice test that overwhelmed ability to focus. Uridine is particularly tricky to maintain with its short half-life relative to oxiracetam, but has seemed to help I am able to pause the exam at any time for a total of 30 minutes and can bring beverages into the exam room. So, I could time taking additional maintenance dosage at any time during course of exam, or begin sipping a pre-made solution at a designated time during it. Thanks for any input
I ordered from reachgenius.se in November and got my products with no difficulty. I ordered again in February, and never got my stuff. After a month, I emailed them about it, and they said they sent out a new package, but I don't know if they ever did because the tracking code they gave me for the new package never showed any activity at all. So at least one package and possibly two completely disappeared and never arrived in the USA. I decided not to push the issue because I know that COVID-19 has screwed everything up and there's a high chance it isn't their fault. I'd really like to order again because I've used them before and I know their products are genuine, but I also don't want to waste money. Thoughts?
Hi! My order from nootropics depot just arrived and I took the following at 2 PM: ALCAR HCL 500mg Alpha GPC 150mg Piracetam 800 I ate for lunch after taking those and had the intention to start studying a little bit but felt extremely sleepy, I sleept for an hour and I feel still kinda tired and weird, can’t describe the feeling. Could this happen because my brain is not accomodated to the substances, since it is my first time trying them? Could it be the Alpha GPC? Heard that some people get fatigue from it. I also eat around 2-3 eggs almost daily so maybe I have enough choline in my diet...
Background: I am 20M, taking 1000mg longvida curcumin daily. I recently started taking gotu kola from ND, and some literature recommended a 6/2 week cycling pattern because at high doses it is metabolized slower and can build up in the body. This made me wonder if I should treat curcumin similarly. Even though it is one of our favorite nootropics here, it occurs to me that taking a gram a day might be a lot. What literature/experience do you have to share?
Link: [https://wholisticresearch.com/](https://wholisticresearch.com/) This is not an advertisment--I'm genuinely curious about this. I just stumbled upon this website when looking for information on fasoracetam and have no affiliation. Are you guys aware of this source? I think what's piqued my interest most is the lack of information and experience reports regarding compounds like HA-FGL and GSB-106. Maybe it's the prohibitive cost... I guess I'm more interested in reading about the effects of those two more than anything because they seem to have such potential.