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GABAergic Drugs as an Alternative to Benzodiazepines for the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders

October 04, 2017

As of today, anxiety disorders are one of the most common psychological disorders in the world. According to statistics, about 18% of the population in the United States suffer from anxiety disorders, and most of such people do not receive the needed treatment. The typical treatment for anxiety is Benzodiazepine tranquilizers. They usually act by binding to the benzodiazepine receptor site on the GABA-A receptors. Benzodiazepines have a pronounced anti-anxiety effect, but they also have significant side effects e.g. drowsiness, muscle relaxation, cognitive impairments, addiction potential. The following article is a review of the GABAergic drugs that are mostly used in the former Soviet Union and might be a good alternative to benzodiazepines. Pantogam (Hopantenic acid) is a Vitamin B5 derivative with...

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Message to our future partners, competitors and customers

September 29, 2017

Just today our old customer emailed us saying that he was approached by another Russian nootropics website owner, who offered him better terms. We googled and we have found a new nootropic website and a launch post on Reddit. We are extremely flattered by the choice of pictures, descriptions, texts and even how this person formulated his launch post... We like that the work of cosmicnootropic is being copied, as it means that somebody appreciates it. The competition is a very good and healthy thing but stealing the work of other people is not a healthy competition; it is a mere stealing. This is common sense that is shared by both Google and domain providers. Dear competitors, instead of copy/pasting this website you could spend time on creating something new -...

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