Whatever we are waiting for – peace of mind, contentment, grace, the inner awareness of simple abundance – it will surely come to us, but only when we are ready to receive it with an open and grateful heart.

— Sarah Ban Breathnach

improve your brain for optimal performanceHave you ever thought of ‘upgrading’ your cognitive abilities? You can’t measure how much megabyte or gigabyte of the idea your brain can handle. Brains are very complex to measure. For students, teachers, and to people who engage themselves in academic studies; it is essential for one to have a good memory. Due to the advancement of ideas, new philosophies, principles, and laws are being established almost every day. It is almost hard for people to be familiar with all of them. The best remedy for coping with advancement is to seek the help of science to improve your brain for optimal performance.

Nootropic Regimen for Optimal Cognitive Function

All people would like to be more alert and smart-minded to remember things efficiently. Nootropic can help you. This type of intake usually comes as supplements; there are various types of nootropic as well. There are mood enhancing nootropic and memory nootropic. Which type is the best for you? It depends on you.

Nootropics are guaranteed safe and reliable because it is made up of organic components. There is what we call ‘nootropic stacking’. You can combine nootropics to become part of your regimen for optimal cognitive function. For example, you can use a mood enhancing nootropic to enhance your memory and create better results: you can study effectively when you are in a good mood. Another example would be the combination of piracetam and choline; this stacking will help your brain to release more neurotransmitters causing you to be more alert. Another reason these two nootropics are compatible together is that piracetam is known to give headaches and choline will help you ease the possible side effects. There are many stacking nootropic regimens. This will be discussed further as you continue reading this article.

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Brain Enhancing Drugs

There are two kinds of brain enhancing drugs: the Nootropics and the smart drug. Do not confuse these two because they are very much different from each other. However, both aim to meet the same goal; to improve your brain for optimal performance.

Smart Drugs, and Nootropics: What’s the Difference?

improve your brain for optimal performanceYou should be careful in choosing a way to enhance your brain. You might resort to taking smart drugs which will cause some drastic issues to yourself. Choose to be safe, choose nootropic. What is the difference between these two? Smart drugs are supposed to and should be prescribed by a professional doctor. The reason for prescribing smart drugs to patients is to treat mental disorder. There is a rampant use of this, a legal and an illegal use. Do not be one of the illegal users.

The smart drug is used to treat a mental disorder like Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder or known as ADHD; however, some people experience various side effects to their body and brain. Smart drugs may lead to appetite problems, stress, cardiac function, mood swings, irritability, sleep issues and even anxiety. On the other hand, nootropics is a supplement, meaning, you can take it without a prescription. It works like a vitamin to your brain. This kind of brain enhancing agent may come from synthetic or natural compounds. Aside from improving your cognition, this brain enhancing agent also aims to protect your brain. Nootropics has been in existence for about 40 years and still continues to exist. This brain enhancing agent is known for its safety and has less or even no side effects at all.

Benefits of Nootropics

Learn Nootropics and become more self-aware. Here are some benefits to help you learn more about nootropics: It helps you to increase concentration; if you want to be alert, it is a must to stay focus. Improve your brain health; as people age, the brain slowly reduces the production of brain cells, however, taking nootropics may help your brain to regain its consistency in producing more brain cells. Boosts memory retention; retrieving memory will become easier and more efficient by taking nootropics. Anti-aging effects; a healthy brain will more likely make you look younger than your age. If you are away from the negative vibes such as stress and depression, you will look younger and vibrant. Nootropics can also boost your mood; having a good memory and a healthy brain will constantly make you feel good; thus, improving your daily mood and outlook on life.

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Nootropics to Improve Performance and Increase Brain Density

Have you ever wonder how doctors read x-rays or what the dark colors mean? The whiter the color, the more it absorbs energy. The dark ones are those that can only absorb a minimal amount of energy. Nootropics can help you improve your CT scan results and increase the production of brain cells to give you a better cognition. Below are some of the components use for nootropics:

— Noopept

Noopept is a peptide. It does not belong to the racetam chemical class but is categorized together. The only difference a noopept has from the racetam family is that it is more potent. Noopept is promoted and prescribed in Russia but is not yet approved by the FDA in the US.

— Phenylpiracetam

Phenylpiracetam has two trade names; Phototrophy and Carphedon. It increases the physical stamina of the person taking it. It can also help with the recovery or improvement of encephalopathic conditions, traumatic brain injury, and lesions of cerebral pathways. This is a prescription drug in Russia and considered to be legal in the US.

— Aniracetam

Aniracetam belongs to the racetam chemical class. It has some various trade names: Draganon, Sarpul, Ampamet, Memodrin, and Referan. It is lipid-soluble and has proven memory enhancement effect in patients with Alzheimer’s. This is legally prescribed in Europe but not yet approved by the FDA in the US.

Written By: Anna Brecken

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