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> Anticholinergic (Glycopyrrolate) and memory
post Sep 27, 2016, 10:19 PM
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First off, I did a quick search and I didn;t find a lot on this. I was recently prescribed Propantheline for Hyperhidrosis, but I quickly grew a tolerance to it and it no longer worked as well for my sweating.

I plan on trying Glycopyrrolate soon, which is a Muscarinic Anticholinergic. It does not cross the BBB which is supposed to limit cognitive side effects, I believe.

I can't quite comprehend this kind of stuff, so I need a dumbed down version of how all of this works and how it will effect me.

If I was to take Glycopyrrolate for some time I suspect I would still develop memory issues.. Now, could this be reversed by supplementing with Choline and Huperzine A, alongside the Anticholinergic? Or, would one render the other useless? Like, the anticholinergic no longer stops sweating when additional choline is supplemented, or the additional choline does nothing in the presence of the anticholinergic?

Since Glycopyrrolate is a Muscarinic Anticholinergic and doesn't cross the BBB, will it even really effect memory?

So far this is what I've come up with to possibly help if additional choline won't work:
Aniracetam before exams

Also, if anyone knows how Anticholinergics effect Growth Hormone and possible ways to counteract that I would love to hear.
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