Sunifiram Dosage Guidelines

Sunifiram is a very potent cognitive enhancement supplement that is quickly gaining popularity among the nootropic community fans. It’s classified in the Ampakines group of nootropic supplements. It is known to enhance cognitive performance, memory, focus and also works as a stimulant to increase both mental and physical energy with few side effects…that is as long as the Sunifiram dosage is correct.

Sunifiram is derived from Piracetam class of nootropics and therefore shares most of its characteristic with Piracetam. However, this supplement has a significantly higher potency compared to Piracetam. For this reason, Sunifiram shows efficacy at much lower doses than Piracetam.

Here’s How It Works

Sunifiram primarily works by stimulating AMPA receptors to enhance excitatory neurotransmission and increase levels of Glutamate within the brain. Glutamine is important in improving neuron communication and making new connections between synapses. This results in improved focus, attention span, memory and cognitive performance.

Sunifiram also acts to increases levels of acetylcholine which also improves memory, perception, focus and learning. There is also improved communication between the two hemispheres in the brain.

Since Sunifiram is relatively new in the market, there is little information on how it’s used. Today in this article, we will be looking at the best Sunifiram dosage recommendation and how to get the best out of this supplement.

Sunifiram Dosage Tips

Sunifiram is much more potent compared to other Racetam nootropic supplements. For this reason, it requires a much smaller dose to achieve desired results. The general recommended dosage range for this supplement is between 4mg and 8mg per day, which should not be taken more than 3 times per day. Most research reports and user feedback suggest that Sunifiram best works when dosed sublingually.

Sunifiram is generally safe with no significant side effects when used within the recommended dosage range. There are also no reports of toxicity even when significantly higher doses are used. In fact, some users have experimented with doses of up to 10mg per day with the view of getting intensive effects. However, there are chances that these high levels might increase the risk of side effects or tolerance build up. This kind of experimentation should, therefore, be left to experienced nootropic users.

Generally, if you are new to nootropics, you are advised to start at lower doses and only build up after you’ve understood how the supplement affects you. 2mg per day is a good starting point for new users. To avoid tolerance build up, it’s recommended that you cycle your Sunifiram dosage.

Possible Side Effects…

As earlier mentioned, Sunifiram is a safe supplement with no major concerns; however, it’s also a very powerful drug, which means taking more than the recommended levels can elicit some unpleasant reactions. Using too much of this supplement has been shown to over-stimulate the AMPA and NDMA receptors which can lead to excitotoxicity.

There have been a few cases of side effects such as mild headaches, insomnia, feelings of anxiety, and increased sweating. Since the supplement is relatively new, you should keep reading user testimonials and reviews like this to keep yourself updated about any new developments and red flags if they do come up.

Conclusion

Sunifiram is quickly gaining popularity among the nootropics community as a potent cognitive enhancer. It is relatively safe with no major concerns in regards to side effects. However, given the significantly high potency, the Sunifiram dosage should be carefully observed to avoid any risk of developing side effects and also to minimize chances of tolerance build up.

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