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.
1. Every person is different. What works for someone else might not work for you. Anecdotes and experiences can vary widely, drug sensitivity (dosage) can differ greatly between people, and metabolisms and body types are different with everyone. (Different body types can react differently to all sorts of substances – from supplements to meal replacements to drugs.) So although there is a great deal of commonality on what effects certain nootropics have, a specific substance at a certain dosage might give one person great results yet have ill effects on someone else. In other words, your mileage may vary.
2. The best “nootropics” are sufficient, regular sleep and a complete, balanced diet. If you’re interested in improving your cognitive function, you’ve got to start with the basics. Getting enough rest each night and giving your body the enough proper food will allow your body to work the best it can.
3. Basic supplements first, and actual nootropics second. There are a few supplements that you really just can’t pass up, and should start taking right now. These are as follows:
- Fish Oil
These four supplements are fairly well-known as being either helpful or effective for certain purposes – and they’re all “natural”, meaning that none of these supplements are research chemicals or designed in a laboratory.
4. One nootropic at a time. Once you’ve established a healthy diet and good sleep cycle with good basic supplements, you can start trying out nootropics to give you even more of a boost. Try one nootropic at a time, and don’t overload yourself with two or three new drugs. You need time to feel the effects, adjust the dosage if necessary, and understand the drug.
If you’re aware that every person’s body reacts differently, you won’t be surprised if you don’t get textbook results when you try a specific nootropic. If you establish a good sleep schedule (and get enough rest), and treat your body right with a good diet, your body will be able to handle and process nootropics properly. If you try the basic supplements listed, you may see improvements without needing nootropic drugs. And finally, if you do decide to take a nootropic, take only one thing at a time so you can intelligently tell if it’s helpful or not.
Remember that Nootropics Outlet has a selection of supplements such as Creatine, Melatonin, and Fish Oil – but we also have other top nootropics. We hope these four guidelines will help you optimize your mind and have the best nootropics experience you can have!