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    Anyone else try six star creatine x3?

    Used muscle tech platinum micronized creatine before. The six star brand, I'm not feeling different like I did on the other kind. Not feeling the cognitive benefits like needing less sleep which I felt on the other kind. Anyone else experienced this?
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    Originally Posted by Kyle2019 View Post
    Used muscle tech platinum micronized creatine before. The six star brand, I'm not feeling different like I did on the other kind. Not feeling the cognitive benefits like needing less sleep which I felt on the other kind. Anyone else experienced this?
    That's not what you'd get from creatine

    But it is what most would consider a staple in regards to health & exercise.
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    The "cognitive benefits like needing less sleep"?

    I feel like you should look into the supplements you're taking, that's definitely not an effect of creatine
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    Originally Posted by bLinkMoore View Post
    The "cognitive benefits like needing less sleep"?

    I feel like you should look into the supplements you're taking, that's definitely not an effect of creatine
    True that, creatine should have no effect on sleep.
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    Look it up. Low creatine stores in the brain play a big role in the effects of sleep deprivation . ATP becomes ADP and ADP becomes Adenosine and Adenosine makes you sleepy. Caffeine's ability to keep you awake comes partly from blocking your Adenosine receptors.
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    Originally Posted by Kyle2019 View Post
    Look it up. Low creatine stores in the brain play a big role in the effects of sleep deprivation . ATP becomes ADP and ADP becomes Adenosine and Adenosine makes you sleepy. Caffeine's ability to keep you awake comes partly from blocking your Adenosine receptors.
    SMH. I don't think you understand how creatine nor the ATP cycle works.
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