Reduces the burden on the heart and brain during high loads, illness and recovery
Sharpen your mind and boost brainpower
Meldonium enhances athletic performance and shortens recovery time after workouts
Do you have a problem with your memory, working capacity, physical as well as mental load. Be more concentration and brighten your movement coordination. Perhaps there is a scientific solution to these problems. Nowadays modern chemistry and pharmacology can offer several solutions to improve productivity.
One of them could be Meldonium - the drug with different fields of application.By now it`s popularity is rising due to such athletes like Maria Sharapova. Many famous athletes received this drug to improve endurance and better tolerance of high loads. So what is exactly Meldonium maybe super drug or placebo or it`s a dummy?
Let's shed some light on this drug.
Meldonium (Mildronate) is invented by Latvian scientist Ivars Kalviņš . When the in 1970 and produced in Latvia. Meldonium was used clinically to treat diseases such as angina and myocardial infarction but it can also be applied to other utilization. It acts by dilating blood vessels and also increasing blood flow, which in sequence improves exercise capacity, physical and mental endurance, and additionally brain function.
Meldonium chemical formula is: 3-(2,2,2-Trimetyldiazaniumyl)propanoate (WHO) 3-(2,2,2-Trimetylhydrazinium)propionate (IUPAC)
Meldonium is the substance which prohibits fatty acid oxidation, presumably by inhibiting the specific enzyme- γ-butyrobetaine hydroxylase in the carnitine biosynthetic pathway. Y-Butyrobetaine hydroxylase enzyme is part of the 2-oxoglutarate oxygenase superfamily and responsible for catalyses the formation of L-carnitine from γ-butyrobetaine.
Meldonium makes a positive effect on energy metabolism of the body, improving working capacity, increasing body endurance of physical and mental load. Easily activates the central nervous system.
You could find Meldonium with various aliases such as Meldonium Olainfarm which produced by Olainfarm, Latvia. Meldonium-MIK produced by Olainfarm UP Minskintercaps, Georgia also it could be sold by label Grindeks produced by Lithuanian Milkor. Melatonin is LIKELY SAFE for most adults when taken by mouth or injected into the body in the short-term, or when applied to the skin.
Melatonin is POSSIBLY SAFE when used by mouth appropriately, long-term. Melatonin has been used safely for up to 2 years in some people. However, it can cause some side effects including a headache, short-term feelings of depression, daytime sleepiness, dizziness, stomach cramps, and irritability. Do not drive or use machinery for four to five hours after taking melatonin.
Special Precautions & Warnings:
Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Melatonin is POSSIBLY UNSAFE when taken by mouth or injected into the body during pregnancy. Do not use it. Melatonin might also interfere with ovulation, making it more difficult to become pregnant.
Not enough is known about the safety of using melatonin when breastfeeding. It is best not to use it. Children: Melatonin is POSSIBLY SAFE when taken by mouth as a single dose. It is POSSIBLY UNSAFE when taken by mouth or injected into the body in multiple doses in the short-term. Because of its effects on other hormones, melatonin might interfere with development during adolescence.
Bleeding disorders: Melatonin might make bleeding worse in people with bleeding disorders. Using while depression: Do not use Melatonin while depression can make symptoms of depression worse. Using having Diabetes: Melatonin might increase blood sugar in people with diabetes. Monitor your blood sugar carefully, if you have diabetes and take melatonin.
Using with High blood pressure: Melatonin can raise blood pressure in people who are taking certain medications to control blood pressure. Avoid using it.
Using with Seizure disorders: Using melatonin might increase the risk of having a seizure. Using having Transplant recipients: Melatonin can increase immune function and might interfere with immunosuppressive therapy used by people receiving transplants.