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How Does Sunifiram Work?
Sunifiram works in a similar fashion to other racetams, stimulating a lot of the same receptors. It is known to stimulate AMPA receptors, which is why it is considered to be an ampakine. This is directly related to the amount of glutamate within the brain.
Glutamate is essential, as it is responsible for making new connections between synapses. When you have low levels of glutamate, your cognitive abilities suffer. This results in poor attention span, a poor ability to learn, and issues with memory. This is why Sunifiram increases these abilities. Glutamate levels are increased, creating cognitive benefits.
Just like Piracetam, acetylcholine levels are also affected. When more acetylcholine is released, users experience higher levels of perception, memory, learning, and focus. There is also increased communication between the two hemispheres in the brain. Taking a choline supplement in a stack is common, preventing headaches.
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