Bromantane is a compound that has its origin in a naturally occurring chemical called Bromantane which is manufactured as an active ingredient in many anti depressants and mood enhancers. The FDA has not approved the use of Bromantane for treating severe depression SupplementDevil’s article on Bromantane is very similar to Xanax and Valium however without any of the addictive properties. The only major side effect associated with Bromantane is that it can cause nausea and insomnia in some users. In a nutshell Bromantane is a natural herb in its purest form. I would not consider this medicine to be addictive, especially when compared to many other drugs.
which are believed to cause the ADHD?
There are many theories about the cause of ADHD and the symptoms of it such as lack of concentration and hyperactivity, these symptoms seem to be caused by two things, one is the overuse of stimulants or ‘uppers’ and the second is the actual build up of brain chemicals such as dopamine and noradrenalin, which are believed to cause the ADHD symptoms such as inattention and hyperactivity. One theory put forward by scientists is that bromantane (the active ingredient in Bromantane) has an effect on dopamine production in the brain which in turn increases the levels of serotonin in the brain which in turn helps increase focus and improve concentration. This effect has been shown in children and more studies are currently underway in order to test this theory further. Another effect of Bromantane is that it has been shown to reduce the build up of a harmful substance known as acetycholine in the brain which may partially explain why the symptoms of ADHD are more prevalent in certain ethnic groups and that they tend to show fewer symptoms of ADHD when compared to others.
The latest studies seem to show that whilst the use of Bromantane does indeed relieve symptoms of ADHD, the long term risks associated with bromantane are not known. Some experts believe that children may be at a higher risk of developing ADHD in the future if they had continued exposure to Bromantane. Children who had used Bromantane in high doses without supervision for over four months were more likely to have lower IQs than children who had never used the drug. It is thought that the combination of high levels of serotonin and acetycholine in the child’s brain has an affect on their ability to focus and concentrate, which may exacerbate the disorder.