There has been a great deal of mainstream interest in nootropics during the last year – and much of it centers on brain-enhancement for coders and tech entrepreneurs. It turns out that guys who need to crank out efficient code for eight or twelve hours a day are looking for something to increase their efficiency, […]
In the US and around the world, caffeine is consumed regularly in coffee, teas, sodas, energy drinks, or other supplements. Caffeine, a known energizer that promotes focus, must certainly be included with the other proven nootropics. There’s a reason why caffeine may be the most commonly used nootropic in the world.
Everyone experiences anxiety at some time in their lives. If you’ve ever had to speak in front of a group of people you’ve felt that “butterflies in the stomach” feeling of dread that most of us (with the exception of extremely gregarious people) experience. The feeling can come about before a big event (like taking an exam in school) or when attempting to do something that stretches you to the edge of your comfort level (akin to approach anxiety).
Want to start taking nootropics? If you’re doing some research into the world of “noots”, here are four guidelines that will help you start taking nootropics the right way. These are four basic tips that should give you a good foundation before beginning and will allow you a good foundation to experiment and see what works best for you.
Everyone who becomes interested in nootropics is seeking something specific. Usually, they’re looking for how to do a certain specific task better, faster, or more efficiently. Just look on any online community (whether it’s a nootropics forum or even the Nootropics Subreddit) and you’ll see what I mean: