Because NITROvit is NOT a drug or a medication, but a dietary supplement, it doesn't need FDA approval. NITROvit does not require a prescription from your doctor but is good to always consult with a healthcare professional before starting a diet or taking a nutritional supplement, to make sure all the ingredients and nutrients displayed on the label of the product are safe for you to take.
There may be a cleansing period of adjustment for a couple of days where your brain chemistry will rebalance itself. Some of these cleansing adjustment effects could temporarily include loss of appetite, headaches, sleeplessness, diarrhea, irritability, libido, bright lights, sadness, tired.
Again, the period of adjustment is usually only temporary and normally only lasts a couple of days. If any of these adjustment effects seem too difficult to contend with, you should be lowering the dosage.
As far as we know there are no complaints about severe side-effects reported from people consuming this nootropic. Even so, make sure to consult with a healthcare professional before taking NITROvit or any other dietary supplement.
If you are dealing with any adverse reactions, contact a health professional for a consultation as soon as possible. Some people might be allergic to some of the ingredients in this supplement. If you are suffering from an allergy to any of the ingredients in this product, avoid consuming it without asking your doctor first.
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