Based on my experience, I can advise Tenoten. It has a soft, cumulative effect. Do not cause drowsiness and addiction. What the doctor ordered))
All drugs of the following kind help get rid of neurosis, nervous tics and other similar problems. They save from stress and minor psychological deviations associated with the central nervous system.
Drug treatment involves the use of the following drugs:
The nervous system should be treated with medications after consulting a doctor. Self-medication can have serious consequences.
Well, if you cannot consult a doctor, it is preferable to use natural preparations in order to minimize the possibility of harming yourself.
For example, you can use the following recipes:
There are also other plants and herbs that quickly strengthen the nervous system: viburnum, St. John's wort, hops, wormwood, motherwort, lavender, calendula, hawthorn, peony, rose hips, nettle, linden, birch, mint.
Personally, I use old methods, but in a new format - motherwort) The classics of our grandmothers, only science has long gone ahead and it can be taken in a convenient form, my favorite motherwort forte from Evalar, it has a sedative, hypotensive effect.
For soothing: - from vegetable: PALORA, I recommend in the form of a syrup (also available in tablets), because absorbed faster. Valerian, motherwort and others - they never worked on me, there was not even a placebo effect.
To relieve stress, increase efficiency and vitality: - medicinal: Phenibut. It was invented specifically for Soviet cosmonauts. With him you will feel like a terminator: goal-oriented and unshakable. You will wake up at any time of the year with joy and tenderness, like a teddy bear. The same goes for falling asleep. There is a cumulative effect. A very clear remedy. Of the side effects - perhaps drowsiness, and then only on the first day of admission.
To relieve stress and produce serotonin: - medicinal: TRIPTOFAN - consider "raw" serotonin. With him you still have to eat properly, because absorbed through carbohydrates. The best of all the described option is a combination of PHENIBUT + TRIPTOFAN, because by itself, Phenibut gives only calmness and confidence, but does not add joy. Stimulating serotonin with tryptophan will add just this wonderful missing element.
All of the above drugs are available without a prescription.
It depends on what worries. "Calm" is different: if you have stress - one thing, if apathy - another.
From non-prescription drugs - 1. Tincture of peony, valerian, motherwort (these are all drops, if alcohol is intolerant - not possible); 2. persen, novopassit (herbal preparations) 3. Afobazole is already a drug. Of the b / r funds - Afobazol is considered the most effective, simply due to the proven action, the rest are considered general strengthening agents, including. Calming effect. If everything is serious - a neurologist / psychotherapist - and antidepressants / nootropics. I personally love antidepressants - they give a significant effect, quickly enough and effectively, and based on life-threatening depressive disorders, delaying death is similar. Well, the addictive effect, of course, and the cumulative effect as a side effect.
Everything is individual, one suits someone, someone else. For example, I felt very bad from Afobazol, but at the same time I perceive Persen, Deprim and Valerian well. Glycine is well tolerated without any side effects. This is if we talk about what is sold without a prescription.