Check out Supplementor’s updated website at www.supplementor.com. The health and fitness education blog provides readers with the latest information about proper nutrition, supplements, exercise plans, strength training, and weight management. Recently, an exciting blog post was published called “Cognitive Enhancers 101: All You Need to Know About Nootropics.” Also known as cognitive enhancers, these are prescription and over-the-counter drugs that can boost your brain performance. From college students to the elderly, the applications are limitless. They could help people struggling with mental illness, memory loss, or professionals needing help staying focused during a long day at work. While most people consume these “smart drugs” from the caffeine in their morning coffee, doctors can also prescribe more potent forms to treat Alzheimer’s, dementia, or ADHD.
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TUCSON, AZ — May 1, 2020 — The health and fitness education blog Supplementor updated its website recently and published an exciting article about cognitive enhancers, also known as nootropics.
Researchers are now finding ways to boost brain performance through both natural and synthetic compounds.
“What if there were a pill that could make you smarter? It sounds like something out of The Jetsons, but it could be closer than you think. We’ve only scratched the surface of their potential,” wrote blogger Cassie Burns. “Early evidence reveals they could hold great promise for everyone from college students to the elderly.”
Whether a person is struggling with mental illness, memory loss, or just needs help staying sharp during the day, cognitive enhancers could be the solution they’ve been looking for.
Nootropics are typically split into two categories: prescription and over-the-counter. Doctors often prescribe these drugs to treat Alzheimer’s, dementia, ADHD, or narcolepsy. They commonly contain amphetamines, which work by speeding up the synaptic messages between your brain and body. Patients on these prescriptions experience higher mental acuity.
Most people take nootropics daily without realizing it. Caffeine is one of the most common forms. Usually, all it takes is a few cups of coffee or tea for someone to combat mental fatigue. Polyunsaturated fats in fish oil also serve as a natural nootropic. These Omega-3 Fatty Acids help repair and strengthen your brain cells.
Several non-prescription, synthetic nootropics are also available for people interested in taking these “smart drugs,” including Racetams, Adrafinil, Bromantane, Nacet Powder, PL-8-53, Phenibut, and Tianeptine. Read more about each of these nootropics on Supplementor’s blog.
Besides providing useful information on supplements and nutrition, Supplementor also explores the importance of exercise routines and weight management. Visit www.supplementor.com to learn more about how you can change your life.
While Supplementor seeks to educate you on what is available on the market, you should always discuss a new regimen with your doctor first to ensure you’re being safe. This is especially important if you take other prescriptions.
ABOUT SUPPLEMENTOR: Supplementor is a health and fitness education blog. Written for shoppers of vitamins and supplements, it also provides information and tips on healthier eating, starting an exercise program, and weight management.
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