Somazine For Alzheimers

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Lenhoppy Says:


has anyone tried somazine for alzheimers?
my wife who has the problem has not had a prescription for it



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Lenhoppy! Sorry about your wife's condition. How is she doing?

Somazine/Somazina contains the active ingredient Citicoline, which is a psychostimulant and nootropic agent, it's actually available over the counter in many countries and used as an alertness aid.

Learn more Somazine details here.

Some studies have shown that it helps with mental alertness and improves memory, so you may want to ask her doctor about it.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Richie rich Says:
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A rare known fact about kicking starting the brain back into gear sound strange, but ask a professional, tablets that are made for sleeping called zopiclone / zimovane

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