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  1. Eli

    Thanks for the article on Glantamine.
    I take many supplements but I have never taken anything to improve brain power. For that I use different exercises that allow me to have more presence of mind and more flexibility. But I guess that’s the easy way to do it so i may try it just to see what it does and if it works that’s great.
    thanks for the info
    Eli

    • Dave

      Hey Eli, 

      There are exercises that help with boosting the brain power but supplements tend to do a faster job than the exercises. Just try it out and see how the effects sneaks in on you. 

      Cheers 🙂

  2. Celeste

    Thanks for sharing the side effects of Galantamine. It’s important to know these things before you try a product. I wanted to buy it but had heard that it has nasty side effects. But now that you have cleared the mist about for me, I think I will take it and see how it goes for me.

    My grandmother had Alzheimer’s disease. I don’t think that she used Galantamine, it was about 30 years ago. Since she passed away I’ve always been interested in the disease and how you can treat it.Thanks for the review.

    • Dave

      Hey Celeste, 

      Glad to be of help to you. 🙂

      I’m also very sorry your grandmother passed because of Alzheimer’s disease. If she took galantamine, chances are she would have lived longer.

      Thanks for stopping by and have yourself a good one.

  3. Howard

    Great post on this supplement. So the possible side effects of taking Galantamine are:

    • Nausea
    • Vomiting
    • Dizziness
    • Diarrhea
    • Loss of appetite
    • Drowsiness
    • Weight Loss

    Other possible side effects are bloody stool, seriously painful stomach upset and possible seizures. It’s a possibility my face might swell. Also, my tongue and/or throat might swell, which last I checked I need those to breathe.

    And then you mention there are actually many more reported effects than the ones you list in your post.
    You mentioned that any of these symptoms could possibly be a allergic reaction to Galantamine…

    I want to thank you for such a well written post. I won’t have to worry about any of the side effects you just mentioned. I don’t think I’ll be looking to take this stuff any time soon.

    • Hey Howard,

      You seem to have been driven away by the possible side effects of the supplement. 🙂

      Personally, I wouldn’t bash it off until I was sure it wouldn’t work for me.

      That’s why I advice not to give up on it yet until you are completely certain that it won’t be of any help to you. You should check with your doctor and have them check your health and then determine if it will get you the side effects or not.

      You never know, it might be of great value to you and probably won’t get you the said bad effects.

      I love applying a really handy rule that life taught me the hard way, in all situations. The rule is this, Never assume, always ask.

      Hope this advice comes in handy for you.

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