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What is Pyracezine (Piracetam/Cinnarizine) used for?
Pyracezine contains Piracetam (a nootropic) and Cinnarizine (an antihistamine and calcium-channel blocker). These two medicines work together toincrease the blood flow to the brain and to enhance the metabolic processes in the brain. Pyracezine can be used in the treatment of several cerebovascular issues. It is also used as a nootropic to enhance cognition and memory.
The two active ingredients in Pyracezine have a different mechanism of action, but work in synergy to inhance each other's effectiveness.
Piracetam is a nootropic. It enhances the metabolic processes in the brain. It does this by increasing protein metabolism, utilization of glucose, and resistance to hypoxia. It also improves interneuronal transmission in the CNS.
Cinnarizine is an antihistamine and calcium-channel blocker. It promotes cerebral blood flow, increasing the amount of oxygen that can be delivered to the brain.
Pyracezine is indicated in the treatment of several conditions disorders that require increases blood flow and oxygen transport to the brain. This includes conditions such as:
Pyracezine can also be used as a nootropic. The increased blood flow and improved oxygenation along with increasing protein metabolism can lead to improved concentration, cognition and memory.
How should I use Pyracezine (Piracetam/Cinnarizine)?
Pyracezine capules contain 400mg of piracetam and 25mg of cinnarizine and are packaged in a pack of 60 capsules.
The recommended dosage for adults is one or two capsules, three times daily. Depending on the condition, it can be taken for up to three months. The recommended dosage if being used to treat children is one to two capsules taken once or twice daily.
If you have or have had renal problems or liver problems, Pyracezine should be used with caution and under medical supervision.
Use with caution and only if advised by your doctor if you are pregnant or breast feeding.
If you are subject to sports doping tests, be aware that Pyracezine can lead to false positive tests.
Vasodilators and antihypertensive agents can increase the effects of Pyracezine. You may need to adjust the dosage accordingly if you are taking any of these.