The 7 Best Nootropic Supplements to Boost Brain Power

Nootropics have really come to the forefront lately as a way to assist your brain with a number of functions. Some nootropics occur naturally in the brain, however in some cases, you may need to boost the amount by adding a supplement.

Nootropics can help with:

– Improving focus and attention span

– Act to support your brain health

– Help to improve your memory and ability to learn

– Help you to process information. Remember the brain is a super computer.

– Help to protect the brain against possible damage, which can lead to brain fog and cognitive damage. 

So, here’s a list of 7 Nootropic Supplements that will help you boost your brain power…

  • Bacopa Monnieri is a herb that may be unfamiliar to you. It is used to help improve brain function, such as your ability to think properly and maintaining a good memory.
  • Rhodiola Rosea is a herbal supplement. When you use this supplement, it helps with reducing fatigue and that means you will be able to think clearly while working. It has been used extensively in traditional Chinese medicine for overall brain health and overall feelings of good energy.
  • Fish oil has two types of fatty acids that have been shown to help the brain to recover and maintain its overall health. As inflammation occurs in the body and the brain, fish oil supplements should be in the diet, unless you are eating significant amounts of fish per week that are saturated with fatty acids. As you get older, it is recommended that you increase your fish oil supplements as the brain begins to age, naturally. Healthy adults over 65, without degenerative brain issues, will eventually have brain fog and other associated aging issues. Fish oil may possibly help with lessening the issue.
  • Acetyl-L-Carnitine is associated with energy production in the body. It is a natural amino acid that can help you stay alert. Other possible benefits of taking this supplement are improving your memory and slowing down the loss of memory as your brain starts to age.
  • Phosphatidylserine is a fat compound that occurs naturally in the brain. Taking a supplement can assist with brain health memory and keeping thinking skills sharp.
  • Caffeine is enjoyed around the world and most people associate it with being alert and also regular bowel movements, as it works like a very gentle laxative. Caffeine tends to fire up the brain and nervous system. While the brain does not sleep, it does work in the background while you are in bed and most people find that a cup or two of coffee in the morning really perks it up. It is such a part of our natural routine, that people who are fumbling around in the morning often state, “I am not with it yet, I haven’t had my coffee.” While it is a nice natural stimulant, the best practice is to drink in moderation as it can cause issues like heartburn or the inability to drift off to sleep at night.

    Caffeine can be consumed in coffee, tea, soda pop or in capsule form if you require extra caffeine for studying or long periods at work.
  • Resveratrol is a natural anti-oxidant which can be found in dark colored berries like raspberries and blueberries. If you love grapes or red wine, you are in luck because they also contain reseveratrol. Studies mention a glass of red wine per day for the heart, yet we seldom hear about a glass of lovely red wine for brain health. 

There is a small area of the brain called the hippocampus and it deals with memory function. Adding resveratrol supplements to your daily diet, may help to preserve memory function as studies say the hippocampus reacts to it. More studies are still being done to prove that resveratrol can help with other brain functions.

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