Modafinil, PEA, curcumin, theanine and bacopa monnieri

Discussion in 'Side Effects' started by Saisontor, Aug 15, 2015.

  1. Saisontor

    Saisontor New Member

    I read a theory that modafinil can lead to headaches because prolonged use results in neuroinflammation. An excess of overstimulation may be neurotoxic.

    So I ask you if you have tried one of these anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective along with modafinil: palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) or curcumin (turmeric).

    PEA is a neuroprotective: 2012 2014 2015 2012 2012

    The same applies to curcumin: 2015 2015 2015 2014

    Or I want to know if someone has benefited from theanine. The theanine is known because when combined with caffeine, reduces the side effects of nervousness or hyperarousal without causing sedation.

    Even the Bacopa monnieri (Brahmi) is known both for being a nootropic that to be a mild sedative, and I wondered if modafinil more Bacopa can be a good combination. monnieri/

    Pea and curcumin would act directly on neuroinflammation, while the theanine via the GABA, which is an antagonist of glutamate, the latter the major cause of neuroinflammation.

    Perhaps even phosphatidylserine has a slight action against hyperstimulation, in addition to being also nootropic.

    I had also read that according to some people choline could avoid the headache, but I do not know if it is true, as this is certainly true for the piracetam, since consuming choline.

    For me, soon I will try to associate theanine to modafinil, and if it is not enough try the PEA or Bacopa. I want to try the Bacopa associated with modafinil in any case, since it seems a powerful nootropic.
    Last edited: Aug 15, 2015

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