Phenibut / Fenibut / Phenybut
A nootropic agent, it is a gamma-amino-beta-phenylbutyric acid hydrochloride. It facilitates the GABA-mediated transmission of nerve impulses to the Central nervous system (direct effect on GABA receptors), it also has a tranquilizing, psychostimulating, antiaggregant and antioxidant effect.
Improves the functional state of the brain by normalizing tissue metabolism and affecting cerebral circulation (increases the volume and linear speed of cerebral blood flow, reduces the tone of brain vessels, improves microcirculation, has an antiplatelet effect). Helps reduce or eliminate feelings of anxiety, tension, anxiety and fear, normalizes sleep, has some anticonvulsant effect.
It does not affect the choline and adrenergic receptors.
Extends the latency period and shortens the duration and severity of nystagmus.
Reduces the manifestations of asthenia and vasovegetative symptoms (including headache, a feeling of heaviness in the head, sleep disorders, irritability, emotional lability), increases mental performance.
Improves psychological indicators (attention, memory, speed and accuracy of sensory-motor reactions).
During course admission increases physical and mental performance, improves memory, normalizes sleep; improves the condition of patients with motor and speech disorders. Patients with asthenia from the first days of therapy feel better; increases interest and initiative (motivation of activity) without sedative action and excitement. When used after severe TBI increases the number of mitochondria in perifocal areas and improves the flow of bioenergetic processes in the brain.
With neurogenic lesions of the heart and stomach, it normalizes the processes of lipid peroxidation. In elderly people, it does not cause congestion and excessive lethargy, and there is often no relaxing aftereffect. Improves microcirculation in the eye tissues, reduces the depressing effect of ethanol on the Central nervous system. Low-toxic