I have gone through about random 6 trials of noopept throughout the past 2 months. My doses ranged from 100mg to 500mg a day. I have not gone 2 days of taking noopept consecutively.
I have realized that the immediate effects of 100mg of noopept or higher are very noticeable. For the sake of relation, the effects are somewhat like a low dose ecstasy. Anxiety wafts away. Sensory information is much more clearer. Socializing comes easier. The world becomes a bit more beautiful. However, it doesn't have the euphoric properties of ecstasy. I find that it barely alters mood, besides making one more calmer and content.
One effect I have found intriguing was the tweaking of what they call in psychology, sensory memory. This is the split second memory your brain uses to sort out the incoming information around you in order to place it into short term memory. Sensory memory becomes greatly enhanced, as the world becomes more vivid, concentration on external stimuli becomes easier, sounds become much more crisp, and smells become easily detected. Even touch seems somewhat enhanced. Taste doesn't seem to be affected.
With the result of such an enhanced sensory memory, short term memory is somewhat weakened. I find myself forgetting things much more easier. I went downstairs to get a book. Once I had gotten down there, it seems as though my brain had already been overloaded with sensory information around me that the short term information of getting the book had been forgotten.
I'm sorry that I haven't gone into an in depth analysis of noopept effects on the brain.
This is a very interesting nootropic, and I will definitely be using it again in the future. Classical music is much more beautiful for me. When I look outside my window to see the snow covering the dusk enveloped ground, a strange feeling comes to me. A feeling of melancholic beauty.