Nootropics is a new buzz word in the health and fitness circles. So, what does it mean? Are some nootropics better than others? And what are some of the best places to buy them? I will give you answers to all these questions.
In simple words, nootropics are supplements for the brain that can enhance or supplement current brain functions. By taking these supplements, one can improve their memory, learning capacity, attention span, speed of thought, mood, productivity and other such functions.
Some nootropics are believed to even protect the brain by maintaining and spurning the growth of neurons and synapses. Of course, none of these supplements are regulated and the user must be aware of side effects and long term benefits or harm may come by the use of such supplements.
The three best nootropics on the market today are: Aniracetam, Noopept and Pramiracetam. Typically, nootropics are meant to improve one of three functions: Memory, Focus and Mood.
Aniracetam is known to improve memory and mood while Noopept is very strong in improving memory and good for focus. Pramiracetam is best to improve focus and also enhances memory.
Before taking any supplement, and much for anything that affects the brain, do your research thoroughly. Know going in, what are you trying to accomplish by taking these supplements: improved memory, focus or mood.
Is long term brain function and its improvement important? Knowing what you want will help you focus on the right nootropic to choose to purchase.
Now that you have decided that you want to use nootropics, you will need to figure out where to get them. Unfortunately, they are not sold in stores. Online is the best option. Some of the best known websites are: Peak Nootropics, Powder City, Absorb Your Health, Mod Up and Modafinil Cat. You can search online for any of them and find their websites.
There are folks out there who question the legality and wisdom in using nootropics. It is not legal to mark nootropics as supplements and sell them. They can be used for personal use only. So the slope is a bit slippery.
The products have been around since the mid-1960s, so they have a 50 year history. But one does wonder why they have not been approved by regulators for more widespread use.
Nootropics are increasing in popularity and are being sold through more and more websites. However, just like most supplements on the market, the user must be aware of what they are taking and the risks as well as benefits associated with such usage.