Tim and I started a cerebrolysin treatment. We talked about the nootropic in episode 043, which is available on our show page. It seemed to be a pretty spectacular treatment with lots of benefits which started to manifest a month after it started and the effects could last a lifetime. The cost was not insignificant, but the most alarming thing on the shopping list was needles and syringes because it must be injected.
A good portion of the show was talking about how Tim and I coped with the self-injections. At the time, I had only done two and Tim had been injecting twice per day for four days. He had also done injections for a previous nootropic. I did not see myself in this position a year ago. I’m glad to be here though.
We mention some videos in the show, I'll link them here.
Prepping the injections:
Administering the injections:
Epinephrine from Ampule with Filtered Needles:
Brian - Left _____ Tim - Right
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