Dosage and administrationCereton has an indication-specific dosing, with the most common regime being 1 capsule thrice daily, preferably after meals.
Side effectsAllergy reactions. In case of nausea due to dofaminergic activation, the dose should be decreased.
Country of Manufacture: Russia
Note: Alpha-GPC works particularly well with racetams, like Piracetam and Aniracetam. These racetams boost acetylcholine receptors in the brain, which means your brain needs to produce more acetylcholine. Alpha-GPC gives your brain the acetylcholine it needs by delivering high amounts of choline.
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DescriptionAlpha-GPC was discovered in 1864 by a German chemist Adolph Strecker. Nowadays, it is routinely prescribed by doctors in Europe as a treatment for Alzheimer’s and other degenerative conditions. In body, Alpha-GPC is cleaved into glycerophosphate and free choline. The former is the precursor of phosphatidylcholine, while the latter enhances the synthesis of acetylcholine. Both phosphatidylcholine and acetylcholine are able to improve certain cognitive functions, including memory retention, focus, and neuroplasticity. Cereton ® contains 40.5% of metabolically protected choline and has a dose-dependent effect on the levels of acetylcholine in the brain. Cereton ® has been proven to be efficient when used for:
- Strokes and stroke complications;
- Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia;
- Traumatic brain injuries;
- Psychoorganic syndrome;
- Various cognitive disorders e.g. disorientation, low motivation, concentration difficulties, etc.
One pack of Cereton ® contains 28 pills, each containing 400 mg of the active ingredient, which is sufficient for an average of 9 - 14 days of use. The drug can be taken for a period of up to 6 months.
Country of Manufacture: Russia
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