Aspirin Has Nootropic Properties Via Serotonin Inhibition

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  1. Constatine

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    Very nice. Thank you
     
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    :)
     
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    WoW...great @Constatine:

    "Inhibition of the serotonergic transmission by aspirin is responsible for its nootropic and neuroprotective actions."
     
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    I wonder if the effects would be greater or lesser with higher amounts, than say about 40mg for someone my weight.
     
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    It's interesting that they discuss the role of 5-HT in causing head twitches and poor memory, which is likely due to an excited, low-energy state, and are basically the hallmarks of dementia.
     
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