Your brain is always “on.” It takes care of your thoughts and movements, your breathing and heartbeat, your senses — it works hard 24/7, even while you’re asleep. This means your brain requires a constant supply of fuel. That “fuel” comes from the foods you eat — and what’s in that fuel makes all the difference.
A brilliant talk by Dr. Neal Barnard that's important & useful for anyone. In his TEDx talk, he talks about power foods for the brain & the smart choices we can, and should, apply today.
In a fast, competing world, it's only natural to want to strive for more. When it comes to cognitive enhancement, you often hear of Adderall. Here is a few other alternatives to consider.
Remember all the notes following descriptions of Fasoracetam when it was first coming around as a "potential ADHD treatment", but the FDA delaying approval, and being stuck at stage 3 trials for what seems like 20 years? Check this out. It seems to have finally received the FDA's approval as a "non-stimulant ADHD Treatment"
Whether you've just come across the term 'Nootropics' and wondering what the hell it means, or you've been supplementing with them for a long time already, the following guide is insightful for both cases.
Melatonin is a hormone produced by the brain’s pineal gland. It plays several roles in the body, including helping to regulate blood pressure, boost immune function, and manage cortisol levels.
Nootropics Depot published a list of the Best Natural Nootropics of 2018 based on market sales, polls, and other consumer data. This is my retake and thoughts on the list, as a returning customer for 2 years.
The condition formerly known as “multiple personality disorder,” and the medical field is still in disagreement on whether it is real. But does ‘real’ matter when a diagnosis can help?
Nootropics are drugs, supplements and other substances believed to enhance brain power. There are nootropics designed to boost memory, concentration, motivation and even happiness. The term encompasses a number of substances, both natural and synthesised, over the counter and prescription, legal and illegal. The common kitchen spice turmeric can be a nootropic, but so can Ritalin and even LSD.
An experimental drug that bolsters ailing brain cells has raised hopes of a treatment for memory loss, poor decision making and other mental impairments that often strike in old age.