Citicoline is an activator of central nervous cell energy metabolism, which can effectively promote the metabolism of brain cells and improve brain function.
Studies have found that exogenous citicoline can promote the synthesis of cell membranes, and can also promote the synthesis of acetylcholine, catecholamines and other neurotransmitters, protect and repair damaged nerve cells, and play a role in repairing nerve cells.
In addition, citicoline can also improve the metabolic capacity of brain tissue cells, improve the blood circulation of the brain, enhance the function of the brain, avoid the continuous deterioration of brain atrophy, and may even reverse the disease.
Citicoline is mostly used in the acute phase and recovery phase of cerebral infarction. Clinical studies have shown that citicoline can effectively reduce the infarct size in the acute stage of cerebral infarction, protect the structure and function of brain cells, and improve the prognosis of patients with cerebral infarction. Taking citicoline during the recovery period of cerebral infarction can promote the recovery of nerve function and structure, especially by increasing the function of the pyramidal system to improve the control of the brain over the limbs and promote the recovery of limb function in patients with cerebral infarction.
The clinical application of citicoline is very extensive. It is often used to treat central system damage caused by craniocerebral injury and cerebrovascular accident. The method of use is different in different diseases, so we must pay attention to individualized medicine. It is commonly used clinically to treat central system diseases such as cerebral infarction, brain atrophy, and senile dementia. Clinical studies have shown that it can effectively protect brain cells and promote the recovery of the nervous system.
Although citicoline itself is relatively safe, it can still cause a variety of adverse reactions if taken improperly, so it is recommended to use it under the guidance of a specialist