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Alcar, Hypoglycaemia nootropics and Sleep Paralysis


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#1 Greybrane

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Posted 06 April 2014 - 11:20 PM

Hi I am new and this is my first post but I`d like to share this experience.

Ever since I can remember I have suffered from hypoglycaemia but since using Acetyl Carnitine I have never had another attack. Missing the occaisional meal no longer means attacks of the shakes and cravings for sugar. Also after trying a number of racetams I have stopped having Sleep Paralysis which both my father and brother were afflicted by. The actual nootopics I have tried are Noopept, Oxiracetam , Piracetam and Aniracetam. I have had negative experiences with Aniracetam and also Suniferam, that is I feel depressed the next day after using these.

Would be glad to hear of any similar experiences.

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