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УЛУЧШЕНИЕ КОГНИТИВНЫХ ФУНКЦИЙ У ЗДОРОВЫХ ЛЮДЕЙ: ПРОБЛЕМЫ И ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ

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2015

Д. Сергеев, кандидат медицинских наук, М. Пирадов, член-корреспондент РАН Научный центр неврологии, Москва E-mail: dmsergeev@yandex.ru

Сегодня проблема улучшения когнитивных функций актуальна не только при их ухудшении вследствие того или иного заболевания, но и у здоровых людей, сталкивающихся с высокой интеллектуальной нагрузкой и вынужденных действовать в условиях дефицита времени на подготовку и принятие решений. К числу кандидатов на роль средств стимуляции интеллектуальной деятельности принадлежит препарат Цераксон (цитиколин). Он хорошо изучен, безопасен и обладает подтвержденной эффективностью в улучшении когнитивных функций у здоровых людей.

Ключевые слова: 
когнитивные функции
цитиколин
Цераксон

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Сергеев Д., Пирадов М. УЛУЧШЕНИЕ КОГНИТИВНЫХ ФУНКЦИЙ У ЗДОРОВЫХ ЛЮДЕЙ: ПРОБЛЕМЫ И ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ . Врач, 2015; (12): 11-13


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