Differences In Aniracetam Effects
I like to educate myself on the stacks I use in-depth just so I can understand how to take this stuff in a sustainable, long-term manner with all-positive benefits if possible. In doing so, I've come across a lot of reports about aniracetam being very subtle and many people's work logs saying they didn't even notice it for days after taking it. Some even mentioning they don't notice until they are doing something very psychologically active or challenging ... or not until they stop taking it then they notice it.
For me, from the first time I took it, it was like my brain was suddenly in an adrenaline rush. Not literal adrenaline, but it just felt that way. Like my brain was on over-drive within 10 minutes and that effect has only gotten stronger over the last few days. It also feels very full body for me. My stress levels dropped to near-zero within the first hour and my scores for brain training and emWave and other testing tools made a DRAMATIC leap from the first dose. And this effect keeps getting stronger as I keep taking it each day. I even feel like I'm still on the aniracetam adrenaline rush when I first wake up in the morning. I used to be groggy but now my energy levels are ridiculous and due to not feeling the stress effects of prolonged activity my endurance seems to last until I decide to go to bed, rather than having to at some point. I got insomnia at first due to having massively increased energy, but was able to counte rit within a couple days with ice cold showers, emwave training, bulletproof sleep induction mat and timing when i go to sleep for a certain number of hours after my last dose.
I'm just curious how I seem to have such a massive effect from aniracetam, and everyone else is talking about having to wait and it not being very noticeable.
Of course, some obvious things are that i was already taking other nootropics and so added it to a stack. Perhaps they took it alone and that made all the difference.
If anyone has any insights about this, I'd love to hear it.