Nootropics for Depression & Anxiety

Nootropics for Depression & Anxiety

Nootropics for Depression & Anxiety Nootropics Vs Prescription Antidepressants (MAOIs, SSRIs) Note: If you suffer from depression and anxiety in combo, you may be bipolar so always seek professional help Obviously meditation, aerobic exercise like jogging, swimming or cycling to release that serotonin and making sure you maintain a regular sleep schedule are essential for … Read more

Nootropics for ADD and ADHD

Nootropics for ADD or ADHD

Nootropics for ADD and ADHD   Without carrying the risk of addiction, dependence or withdrawal, Nootropics are proving a popular and safer alternative treatment for ADD and ADHD. Adderall – amphetamine/dextroamphetamine and Ritalin – methylphenidate are the 2 classic stimulants that parents are prescribed to give their kids often with the usual side-effects: nervousness, dizziness, … Read more

Top 5 Nootropics for Increasing Sex Drive

nootropics for sex drive

Top 5 Nootropics for Increasing Sex Drive   While nootropics are described as having little to no known side-effects by even reputable manufacturers, many nootropic users will speak differently when it comes to some of the treatment effects they’ve encountered in the bedroom department. Notably while using Fasoracetam, where orgasms are described as pitiful with … Read more

Science behind Racetams

Science behind Racetams   Having established that nootropics can enhance normal cognitive behavior and assuage certain medical conditions, it’s time to move on from the studies and take a look at the science behind nootropics, specifically the “tams”. The tams are the most extensively researched of the nootropics, where the term nootropic originates from the effects … Read more

How to know what type of Nootropic to take?

How to now what type of Nootropic to take? With several types of nootropics on the market, it’s important to fully understand how your specific choice of these should perform prior to using. Essentially, all nootropics share the same underlying function – they influence systems and chemicals in the brain that should make them more … Read more