I've previously heard things about nootropics being used to treat lyme disease, but I really don't understand the connection. My aunt just found out she has lyme that's pretty far along and I was wondering if there are any nootropics (if so which is the best?) that could help her and exactly how they could help her.
120MG Uridine monophosphate
Any B vitamin complex
Any complex mineral supplement
I would be extremely surprised if all of this didn't help A LOT.
Acetyl-L-carnitine is an amino acid (a building block for proteins) that is naturally produced in the body. It helps the body produce energy.
It is used for a variety of mental disorders including Alzheimer's disease, age-related memory loss, late-life depression, thinking problems related to alcoholism, and thinking problems related to Lyme disease.
It is also used for Down syndrome, poor circulation in the brain, cataracts, nerve pain due to diabetes, nerve pain due to drugs used in the treatment of AIDS, and facial paralysis.
Acetyl-L-Carnitine crosses the blood-brain barrier very efficiently and can help improve cognitive performance and mental focus to keep you dialed in during your workout!
I've been using 3000mg (3g) mixed in with my pre-workout of choice - mental focus has drastically improved and drive and controlled aggression has increased.
I am a Doctor and I JUST found out about these 7 months ago. I use them regularly and notice a difference. But, most Doctors have no idea what these are.
The best is Caffeine + Theanine will help you improve your focus, motivation, and even mood.