Benefits of Phenibut


There are several benefits to Phenibut, including but not limited to- stress relief, anxiety relief, improved cognitive function, increased memory retention, sense of well-being and improved sleep quality. Phenibut mimics GABA that is endogenously produced (produced within the body), binding to GABA-B receptors in the brain and to some extent GABA-A receptors. Phenibut brings on a sense of relaxation and improves cognitive ability. Many users have found that this relaxing effect of Phenibut makes it easier to fall asleep and that the quality of sleep is improved as well. Phenibut also has the ability to stimulate dopamine receptors that may contribute to its mood boosting benefits.

The first systematic study of SSRIs use during pregnancy showed that women who have taken SSRIs while pregnant have healthy full birth-weight infants. However, the average gestational age was shorter than in controls, and the infants had more rapid eye movement sleep, more tremors and less variations in behavior than controls. The findings were published in the February 2004 issue of “Pediatrics.”

To receive maximum benefits from taking phenibut, it is important to uncover the best dosage. I’ve found successful results taking between 250 and 1,000 milligrams a day.

With the growing popularity of Phenibut, people are interested in learning the actual properties of the drug. These conversations spark questions about how the drug can be safely used, if Phenibut has any withdrawal symptoms and the tolerance level of the drug among others. Considering it is the most effective over the counter solution for various forms of anxiety, it is imperative to address these concerns to ensure that users get the most out of the use of this drug safely.


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