Nootropics and their effect on the Brain
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What are nootropics?
Nootropics are also known as a memory enhancer, smart drug, or brain booster.
How do nootropics work?
Nootropics work by dilating small arteries and veins in the brain thus boosting up blood flow towards the brain cells. From the total body’s blood supply and oxygen, the brain receives around about 15%, regardless of its only 3% weight from the total body. Natural nootropics act neuroprotective, reduce inflammation and induce neuroplasticity. In short, the main focus of nootropics is to enhance cognition, concentration, and mental abilities, making you more creative. LINK
Do nootropics actually work?
In order to know this, let us have look at what researchers say about this. According to Barry Gordon, MD, Ph.D., Director of neurology division at Johns Hopkins Medicine:
“There is no strong evidence behind the boosting effect of nootropics supplements. Their mode of action and are they safer to use, is still not clear. It is very difficult to understand human cognition because the circuit behind this is very complicated. He says, “you can’t just turn up that dial that easily”. People who believed in increased mental performance after nootropic supplement is nothing but a placebo effect. (you experience actually exact about what you think more confidently)”
According to Chris D Adamo, Ph.D., Director of research and education at the University of Maryland’s Centre for integrative medicine:
“His views related to nootropics are different. When a person is taking enough and healthier diet, sleep and managing stress efficiently, then he can have improved cognition which can be amplified by taking the right nootropic, thus have a bonus chance of reducing cognitive decline as age progresses. LINK
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