What are Nootropics?

Nootropics are medications that affect the blood supply to the CNS and aim to normalize metabolic processes in neurons. Their purpose is to improve brain activity. They are used in many areas and are prescribed for patients with diseases of the nervous system, as well as for healthy people with psycho-emotional stress or to stimulate brain activity.

The drugs are good in that they are not harmful to the body and do not affect important processes and reactions. Therefore, nootropics are used for the elderly and are used in pediatrics.

They are used in the therapy of encephalopathies, Alzheimer’s disease, dementia. Nootropics are also used for depression. Often they are included in the complex treatment of logoneurosis, tics, and are used for developmental delays in children.