posted on Dec, 16 2011 @ 11:26 AM
reply to post by s12345
Yet again, somewhat poor metaphor. The surgeon may have used nootropics while qualifying or even while training but eventually practice makes master -
one adopts the general idea of the learning/mastering the process which has then transformed to routine. Then the need of the use of nootropics is
Then again, we know that main regulator for brain chemistry levers is based on histamine (and hence the best sleeping aid is first generation
antihistamine). If the surgeon has allergy and decides to take antihistamine which passes the brain blood barrier, his/her brain histamine level and
thus every other neurotransmitter levels and thus congitive function is also decreased. Consequentlyit may (or may not) affect to his decision which
may (or may not) result in his/hers patients death. Should the doctor be allowed to practice his/hers profession while taking any drug?
If the setting would be the above, I would definately want to get "treated" by the doctor who's on nootropic rather than the one who is on common
OTC-drug but with impaired rational thinking.
edit on 16-12-2011 by JackTheTripper because: (no reason given)