What are Nootropics?

For many centuries, there has been different movements to enhance the function of the brain through various methods that included learning, mental exercises, and even taking in certain foods and compounds that would hopefully expand the potential of the mind itself. In recent years, there has been a new focus on certain types of drugs that are specifically designed to boost mental function. The drugs are called Nootropics and today they are more popular than ever.

Nootropics For Productivity ... Bode HappyNootropics, also known as Cognitive Enhancers or Smart Drugs, are supplements that are meant to improve the overall cognitive function of the brain. The drugs themselves are designed to help the brain process information faster and coordinate functions better so that people enjoy the following benefits:

  • Better Memory
  • More Creativity
  • Improved Motivation
  • Boost Mental Function
  • Cognitive Enhancement
  • Focus and Concentration
  • Energy

Nootropics are designed for use in healthy individuals who enjoy normal brain function. The cognitive enhancement is one that is still under debate in the medical community. However, it should be noted that side effects are relatively few and far between when the Smart Drugs are taken as directed.

The global demand is rising as well with more people taking Nootropics as part of their daily routine …

Interest in the drugs has taken off in recent years with international sales reaching over $1 billion in 2015 alone. The global demand is rising as well with more people taking these drugs as part of their daily routine. For many, these Cognitive Enhancers are a way to maximize the potential of the brain while engaging in work, play, and other activities.

History Of Nootropics

The term Nootropic was first coined by Corneliu E. Giugea, a Romanian chemist and psychologist back in 1972. The term itself comes from two Greek works that mean “mind” and “turn” or “bend”. Since the coining of the term, there have been several advances in the development of Nootropics which has led to a revolution of thought about how they are used and their effectiveness.

For a time, the focus was on finding drugs that could improve the memory of those who suffered from illnesses such as Alzheimer’s Disease, Huntington’s Disease, ADHD, and Parkinson’s. However, the drugs soon became available for those who had normal brain function and wanted to improve their cognitive abilities. The one group of people now most associated with Nootropics are college-age students who use the Smart Drugs to help increase their ability to retain information so they can perform better during tests.

Nootropics Cognitive Enhancers ... Bode HappyHow Nootropics Work

Because of the different supplements that are classified as Smart Drugs, there is no singular way that they all work. Keep in mind that substance like caffeine are considered a stimulant that affects brain activity, so there are several different ways that Cognitive Enhancers do their job.

Smart Drugs which are dietary substances that are generally harmless when taken in the right amounts, but can have a positive effect on the brain itself.

In a general sense, the drugs work by affecting the supply of hormones or enzymes and neurochemicals to the brain. For piracetam, the memory is improved by creating different levels of acetycholine, which is a neural transmitter, and alters the response of synapses of the brain so that you can recall information faster. The greater the plasticity of the synapses, the easier it is for them to connect so that you can retrieve information faster.

Perhaps it is not surprising the commonly available substances such as caffeine and fish oil are used as Smart Drugs which are dietary substances that are generally harmless when taken in the right amounts, but can have a positive effect on the brain itself.

Nootropic Substances

Apart from fish oil or Omega-3 fatty acids, there are several recognized substances that are used in many Smart Drugs.

  • Amphetamine: Low doses may improve memory consolidation
  • Eugeroices: Helps with reasoning, but used mostly to treat narcolepsy
  • Methylphenadate: Improves overall cognitive function
  • Nicotine: Studies show it improves motor abilities and memory, but it is addictive
  • Xanthines: Caffeine, which increases alertness and performance

For the most part, these substances have benefits and drawbacks depending on their use. Plus, in some cases they must be prescribed and are not available over the counter. It should be noted that research on some of these substances such as nicotine are only preliminary. So, it is not recommended that people smoke tobacco products or use nicotine patches to enhance their memory function.

Bode Happy NootropicPotential Nootropic Side Effects

As with any drug, there are potential side effects which are mostly based on taking more than the recommended amount or some unforeseen effect due to different factors that cannot be predicted. The compounds that are used which are related to piracetam, have a low toxicity level which means that when taken in normal amounts the body can easily tolerate and a few adverse effects that are relatively few and far between.

Depending on the contents, the drug itself may not need a prescription and is often found in supplement form. It should be noted that because of the relatively recent use of the compounds which comprise many Nootropics products, there are no long-term studies that can provide any data on their use for over a decade or more.

However, as noted with nicotine there are addictive properties that may be far worse than the benefits the substance provides. Plus, caffeine and fish oil have been studied and the results so far show a mild boost to brain function.

Are Nootropics Right for You?

Nootropics For Memory Bode HappyThe answer will depend in large part over whether you feel that taking specific substances really enhance your brain activity or if they are largely superficial in nature. There are many things to consider, but what is true is that eating right, engaging in healthy exercise, and taking the recommended amounts of caffeine and fish oil or Omega-3 fatty acids will do a considerable amount to improve the health of your brain.

The great minds of the past, such as Albert Einstein for example, were not enhanced by Smart Drugs as least as far as was known. For the most part, Nootropics have at best a broad effect that improves the function of your brain without necessarily improving the overall learning potential. However, the results vary depending on the individual.

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Bode Happy results can be noticed within the first 15-30 minutes however everyone is different physiologically and individual results may vary. Happy can be consumed daily and the nootropics, cognitive enhancers, will increase physical alertness and mental clarity.*

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended for diagnose, treat, cure or prevent and disease.