Acetylcarnitine may improve mental fatigue in those who suffer from chronicfatigue syndrome.
Patients with multiple sclerosis are helped by acetylcarnitine, which reduces their fatigue.
In aging rats, chronic administration of acetylcarnitine increases cholinergic synaptic transmission and consequently enhances learning capacity. The memory of aging rats is rejuvenated by giving them a combination of acetylcarnitine and lipoic acid.
Acetyl l carnitine is a promising nutrient for those with diabetic neuropathy. This nutrient could be helpful in chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy.
May reduce alcohol-induced cellular damage to organs.
May be helpful in geriatric patients with mild depression.
Acetyl l carnitine improves the function of mitochondria, the organelles within cells that are involved in energy production.
Is more effective than tamoxifen in the therapy of acute and early chronic Peyronie's disease.
May help individuals with degenerative cerebellar ataxia.
Acetylcarnitine is suitable for clinical use in the reduction of neuronal death after peripheral nerve trauma.
May be helpful in those with Alzheimer's disease. Acetyl l carnitine protects
against amyloid-beta neurotoxicity.