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Improving brain health with nootropics

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Improving brain health with nootropics

03.26.19 09:01 PM

As you age, things you used to take for granted just aren’t so easy anymore. But quick thinking and a sharp memory don’t have to be two of these difficulties.

Loss of memory will cut you off from life even though you may be physically healthy. It’s enough to terrify anyone’s very soul. So brain health is a serious private concern. In fact, it is paramount — and loss of memory is a tell-tale indicator that our world is changing.

Years ago I took the niacinamide form of vitamin B3 during bouts of depression. It is very safe but today we have nutrients that work much more effectively and faster — the nootropics.

The word nootropic was coined in 1972 by a Romanian scientist, Corneliu Giurgea, who combined the Greek words for “mind” and “bending.”

They’re the smart pills being used by people who want that extra edge to perform better and stay sharper.

Nootropics enhance all of your mental functions like your mood, memory, attention span, focus and even your motivation.

Some nootropics are synthetic, but many are natural substances.*Caffeine and nicotine can be considered mild nootropics, while prescription Ritalin and Adderall lie at the far end of the spectrum when prescribed off-label as cognitive enhancers.

Ashwagandha and rhodiola are in a class of their own when it comes to nootropics, and the scientific research backs them up.

One study found that ashwagandha significantly improved memory and executive function as well as helped with sustained attention and information-processing speed in adults with mild cognitive impairment.

Other studies have discovered that ashwagandha is a big help when it comes to reducing stress and anxiety.

The herb has also been found to improve sleep, prevent insomnia, help you sleep more deeply and feel more refreshed when you wake up in the morning.

A review of 11 scientific studies showed that rhodiola can be helpful in fighting mental fatigue and enhance performance.

Animal studies have demonstrated the power of rhodiola to actually repair damaged neurons in the hippocampus region of the brain. This is the part of your brain responsible for your emotions and memory.

By taking ashwagandha and rhodiola you could possibly:

• Improve your memory
• Enhance your attention span
• Reduce your stress and anxiety
• Sleep better and wake up refreshed
• Reduce mental fatigue
• Enhance your performance
• Repair the brain cells responsible for your emotions and memory

That’s a lot of benefits packed into two little herbal powerhouses.

Another cool thing about using nootropics is “stacking” them. That means using a couple or more together so that their benefits complement each other — which results in a bigger benefit for you.

My preferred source is Peak Ultimate Vitality because not only do you get the ashwagandha and rhodiola, you also get L-theanine, an amino acid nootropic prized for its ability to support healthy sleep, relaxation and a calm mind as well as holy basil powder, an adaptogen herb nootropic that helps support healthy cortisol levels, reduces anxiety and boosts your mood and brain health.

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