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Phenylpiracetam vs Adrafinil: which one is the best?

Discussion in 'Nootropics Discussion' started by Elenova, Dec 24, 2016.

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Phenylpiracetam vs Adrafinil: which one is the best?

  1. Phenylpiracetam is better

  2. Adrafinil is the best

  3. None of them is good, I use another type of stimulant

  4. I don't take any nootropics at all

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  1. Elenova New Member

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    I have to say that I’m not the biggest fan of the idea to take stimulants, but now I’m in a situation when I feel I do need a good one, or I just won’t be able to cope with the workload I have. So I know that both phenylpiracetam and adrafinil are quite powerful stimulants, but I wonder which one would be better for keeping you awake and focused for a long time. Is there anyone here who used both? Which one of the nootropics in question works best for you? Do they have any serious side effects I should be aware of? Are there any other kinds of stimulants you prefer over phenylpiracetam or adrafinil and why?
     
  2. Evandice New Member

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    Looks like there’s no option I’d choose in your poll. :) The thing is I don’t think it’s fair to say that Adrafinil is better than Phenylpiracetam or vice versa. They are both nootropics, that’s true, but they are quite different at that. In fact, they can be used in combination. Adrafinil is really good to keep you awake and alert and lasts longer. Phenyl helps you stay focused and has a smoother effect and lasts for about four hours. I did use them both when I worked on an important project and had to stay fully awake and focused for long hours.
     
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    I don't take either of them and prefer Noopept. If you need to boost your brain this nootropic drug is one of the best. It is more potent than both Phenylpiracetam and Adrafinil, but you should be careful with it. There were too few researches on it, so some side effects can be unknown for a while.
     
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    To my mind, Adrafinil works better. But that's just my subjective viewpoint.
     
  5. Elenova New Member

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    That’s one informative answer, thank you for sharing your point of view! This is something to consider for sure; I’ve never even thought about an option of using them both at the same time. I feel I’ve got to do some more research on it. I mean, how safe is it to use both Adrafinil and Phenylpiracetam?
     
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    Thanks for the advice! Did you experience any side effects when you took Noopept?
     
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    You are very welcome, happy I could help. As it is with many meds, it is safe if you don’t go all out taking them and in case you consult with your doctor before starting to take the drugs. There might be some individual contra-indications, after all. You know what I mean?
     
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    I didn’t experience them myself (hopefully, I feel absolutely ok when I’m taking it) but I read a lot of testimonials on the web about allergic reactions caused by Noopept. That is only one side effect I heard about. So, this drug seems to be pretty harmless and suitable for almost everyone.
     
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    Sure, I know what you mean. I would go and see my doctor and ask him about my options anyway. I do want to be more productive at work and not feel exhausted when I come home, but I’m not ready to sacrifice my health for the sake of it. :)
     
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    Thankfully, I’m blessed enough not to be allergic to anything. Thanks, this is definitely an option to consider as well. I’ll ask my doctor about Phenylpiracetam, Adrafinil, Noopept and which one is better. It’s good to have a choice, but when the choice it’s too big the best decision is to go and ask for some professional advice. :)