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Anyone else using nootropics to enhance brain function for GMAT? I bought huperzine and Piracetum. I do notice a difference after taking the huperzine..I feel more "calm" and my thoughts flow easier..

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What are those, drugs?
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No supplements/nutrients. Huperzine is an herb used in China for thousands of years. It prevents the breakdown of aceytlcholine in the brain and therefore enhances brain function. I definitely notice a difference after taking it-it is not the placebo effect. I have ADHD so I am not sure if it helps me more than others with more "normal" brain function but I feel calm
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What is ADHD?
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x2suresh wrote:
What is ADHD?


attention deficit hyperactive disorder.

lazy people call it a.d.d.
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Sorry to hear that! I hope you will be feel better and will crack the GMAT to reach your goals.
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