Nootropics Good or Bad
Nootropics are sometimes consider a bit of a taboo in both the educational and business arenas, but in actual fact Nootropics are considered to be more and more like vitamins, specifically designed to help your brains health and to function at optimal levels. There isn’t any magic pill that allows you to become mega intelligent its just a case of these Nootropics substances such as Alpha GPC, Citicoline, Sulbutiamine and so on, help with memory and dexterity, basically enhancing your already existing abilities.
I myself take Choline daily to help with my own brain health and test many of the product i sell on a regular basis, after-all if some asked you to take a maintain C tablet would you refuse?
The list below identifies 5 things you can use Nootropics for in every day life to help battle on through the day and present yourself at the best it can be.
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Number 1: Simple brain health, to help you brain to function on a normal day to day basis there are supplements such as Choline which helps your brain regenerate brain cells, and function at its optimal levels.
Number 2: Focus, Some of the Nootropics such as Sulbutiamine are designed to help memory but also focus, so you can do longer stints of work, you have a better eye for detail that type of thing.
Number 3: Memory: Citicoline and other choline supplements are designed to help memory as they help increase oxygen level in the brain crossing the blood brain barrier.
Number 4: Antioxidant, Nootropics such as Vinpocetine help get rid of those toxins and free-radicals poisoning your body.
Number 5: Better Mood, Supplements such as L-Theanine has mood enhancing properties, and is one of the main ingredients of green tea.
I hope the above opens your eyes a little into the benefits Nootropic supplements can offer, they are not a magic pill, they are just the same as vitamin supplements, why not look after your brain as well as your body?