I know this thread is somewhat old now but I've been taking Afobazol for almost a week and half now. And all in all, I'm going to give it a thumbs up. They say the maxium effects of this product accure after 4 weeks, so I'm really looking forward to seeing how I feel around that time.
What I'm notcing w/ Afobazol is a lessening of my anxiety (social mostly). Doubts, fears and worries havent like totally and magically gone away. I don't think they ever will. But the effects of them are noticably different. My "butterflies in the stomach" feeling has been easied and my heart rate stays, all in all, pretty normal. And when I start creating senarios in my mind of things going wrong I actually feel pretty emotionally neutral about them. They just don't effect me as bad. And since I've read sooooo many self-help books it's a lot easier for me to just tell myself "Ok that was just me making up something bad that could happen here. That doesn't mean it's gonna happen".
So I'm really liking it. I ever went to Las Vegas this last weekend for my birthday alone...well...I really wasn't alone. There are like 100,000 other people there having a good time. lol But I felt very comfortable and had an amazing time. Felt very excited about trying to find a casino that was packed w/ tons of hot women. haha
There are some side-effects I've noticed. The sites say that this product doesn't cause you to feel drowsiness. And that's not totally true for me. I don't feel like passing out but I don't exactly feel like a high energy person anymore. I feel more "laid back". And in fact I'd say that Afobazol seems to neutrolize the effects of stimulants. Sulbutimine and Caffeine seem to have lost their kick.
Another thing I've noticed is a slight headache shortly after taking it. Now I'm not totally sure if it's the Afobazol since I'm back on Noopept and I changed my Choline from Phophatidylcholine to just Choline Bitartrate.
Edited by TheMindofRobert, 20 December 2012 - 04:02 PM.