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Whether you're a college student hoping to ace your exams, a busy professional striving for a promotion, or an older adult concerned about dementia, the idea of popping a pill that boosts your brainpower might seem pretty appealing. So perhaps it's not surprising that the use of nootropics -- aka cognitive enhancers or smart drugs -- is on the rise. But do they work? And are they safe?

Nootropics/Smart Drugs/Cognitive enhancers

Nootropics are a class of chemicals used as medicinal compounds, food supplements, and performance enhancement aids that are known to have cognitive enhancement effects. These research chemicals are believed to improve executive mental functions such as cognition, memory, creativity, and focus. They are under investigation for their benefits in the cure of anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, and attention deficit disorders.

Nootropics are divided into two major categories, specifically the central nervous system stimulants and cognitive enhancers.

Specific forms of the compounds are available as over the counter medication for anxiety, stress, and dopamine stimulation. They can be used as food supplements to provide therapeutic and restorative effects for improved focus, concentration, and mental performance. Especially, health experts generally agree that taking a prescription nootropic for an FDA-approved purpose (such as a stimulant medication if you have ADHD or donepezil if you have Alzheimer’s) may be helpful.

You may conveniently buy nootropics powder/Smart drugs/cognitive enhancers online from the AASraw online for laboratory use and research purposes.

How can Nootropics Work?

Nootropic supplements for focus tend to fall into two camps: the ones that bolster the energising effects of caffeine and the ones that mimic its high. Caffeine is the best-known and most widely consumed stimulant on earth, scientifically proven to improve concentration, alertness and performance (so your morning addiction is not in vain). Too much of it can come with side effects such as “the jitters”, so focus-enhancing nootropics balance out ill-effects with calming amino acids such as L-theanine. Others opt instead for a cocktail of adaptogens, such as mushrooms, or herbal energy enhancers, such as ginseng, bacopa monnieri and ginkgo biloba.

Nootropics and Brain Health

Preventing Alzheimer’s, dementia, Parkinson’s, and other cognitive diseases has increasingly become a concern as medical advances have extended the average total life span. What has become increasingly clear is that a healthy diet, regular exercise, and adequate sleep are keys to keeping your mind sharp.

Diet, exercise, and sleep are the foundations on which you build a healthy brain, and cognitive supplements fine tune your lean, mean, thinking machine. Many nootropic supplements contain amino acids, phospholipids, and antioxidants. Certain amino acids are added because they are the building blocks of the chemicals in your brain that are responsible for learning and memory.

Phospholipids and other types of fats surround your neurons, allowing for quicker transmission of signals and thinking. Finally, antioxidants are added because your brain uses a large amount of energy (30% of total energy) of the body, which translates to a lot of chemical reactions and oxidative stress. This oxidative stress has been implicated in neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.

While amino acids, phospholipids, and antioxidants are a foundation of many nootropic supplements, certain botanicals contain key constituents that have been shown to improve cognitive functioning. If you want a supplement that makes your brain run optimally, look for one that includes specific botanicals, which we will point out during our reviews. The purity of the ingredients is just as important as which ingredients are in your nootropic supplement.

Common Benefits of Nootropics Powder

❶ Enhancement of learning acquisition -- improve learning and memory
❷ Resistance to impairing agents -- support brain health
❸ Facilitation of interhemispheric transfer of information -- improve processing
❹ Enhanced resistance to brain 'aggressions -- protect the brain
❺ Increased tonic, cortico-subcortical 'controll -- improve focus and attention
❻ Absence of usual pharmacological effects of neuro psychotropic drugs -- safe

Nootropics Powder Application

Nootropics are available at AASraw in the form of powders that can be utilized for research purposes. These chemicals may be used in research to study potential cures for degenerative mental disorders such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease as well as dementia. Other mental conditions where the effects of nootropics can be investigated include attention deficit disorders, mood disorders, stress-related dysfunctions, and cognitive impairments caused by environmental variables.

As research chemicals, nootropics can also be investigated to determine their beneficial effects when used as dietary supplements to aid cognitive functions such as enhancement of mental performance, memory retention, decision-making, logical thinking, improved focus, concentration, and more significant attention spans.

Does Nootropic Powder Really work? Sure

It's hard to say because there's such a wide scope of what nootropics are, whether it's a supplement, a prescription drug—or even a cup of joe. Prescription nootropics, such as Donepezil, L-Deprenyl, Methylphenidate (Ritalin), Modafinil (Provigil), Piracetam, have been shown to be effective in boosting cognitive function. However, most of the research out there is focused on how these drugs can specifically help people with cognitive degeneration caused by Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, stroke or extreme stress—and not the average healthy person.

There's some promise on what natural nootropics can do, but more research is needed to back all its claims. According to a 2016 review in Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, natural nootropics can help increase blood flow and oxygen to the brain. In addition, nootropics may also act as an antioxidant and reduce inflammation in the brain, says Shawn Wells, MPH, RD, FISSN, CISSN, BioTRUST Nutrition's chief science officer. But any compound that has anti-aging or antioxidant effects on the body will also help with brain health, Wells explains.

Are Nootropics Safe? Yes

By definition, yes – nootropics are safe. But a lot can happen between the definition of a nootropic and what ends up in a finished nootropic supplement. To ensure you boost your brainpower safely, consider these two rules:

Choose the right nootropic - high quality ingredients, safety certifications, well-designed formulas and clean labels; Take the nootropic the right way - using established stacking strategies, cycling if necessary, and following the manufacturer's directions. With these two rules, you can find a nootropic that will work for brainpower, remain true to the very few side effects and extremely low toxicity nootropic definition, and make nootropic supplementation safe, beneficial and healthy for the brain.

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Best Nootropics Powder for ... Recommended Nootropics Powder
Processing speed, Decision-Making, Focus, Flow, & Thinking Acetyl-L-Carnitine (ALCAR), Aniracetam, Caffeine, CDP-Choline, Lion’s Mane Mushroom, NALT, B-Complex
Aprendizagem e Memória Aniracetam, Bacopa Monnieri, CDP-Choline, DHA, L-Theanine, Phosphatidylserine (PS), Pine Bark Extract
Ansiedade depressão Aniracetam, CDP-Choline, Bacopa Monnieri, L-Theanine, Rhodiola Rosea, Sulbutiamine, B-Complex  
Energy & Motivation Acetyl-L-Carnitine (ALCAR), Alpha Lipoic Acid, Caffeine, CDP-Choline, Rhodiola, CoQ10, PQQ
Brain Repair & Maintenance Acetyl-L-Carnitine (ALCAR), Aniracetam, Caffeine, CDP-Choline, DHA, Phosphatidylserine (PS), Vinpocetine, Rhodiola Rosea, Pine Bark Extract
Other Advantage Nootropics Powder J-147, CAD031,CMS121
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