Balance Your Neurotransmitters to Take Control of Your Life
- Is there an area of your life where you feel out of control?
- Are you a shopaholic, chocoholic, caffeine addict, or worse?
- Do you get depressed for no apparent reason, feel overwhelmed by life, have trouble sleeping, or have negative thoughts that you just can’t shake?
If you answer yes to any of these questions, it’s very possible that you have a neurotransmitter imbalance.
Nootropics are quickly become the most fashionable (and, as of this writing, still legal) drug of 2015.
Everyone from entrepreneur Tim Ferriss (who’s fine with the risks associated with Nootropics “even if it shortens your life by five years”) to a rising number of college students (11% in the U.S. alone) are hooked on the brain-enhancing supplements.
But do they work? And more importantly, are they safe?
Here’s the claim: Nootropics work by protecting the neurons in your brain from damage and strengthening neuroplasticity, the response to sensory information. That means improvements to your attention span, memory, learning capacity, and overall cognitive health.
But the reality is, the science is still foggy on these so-called smart drugs. Nootropics have been proven effective among people who suffer from cognitive deficits, including Alzheimer’s disease, but whether they provide brain-boosting effects to the average, healthy guy is still unclear, says Emily Deans, M.D., a Massachusetts psychiatrist
Nootropic Drugs – Also called the Legal Smart Drugs!
Nootropics are used by self aware individuals with the purpose of cognitive optimization. They are not new but the news about their beneficial effects spread real quick and they have been proven to work and boost your brain activity and really make you smarter!
Nootropic Pills are often called:
- Smart Drugs
- Neuro Enhancers
- Memory Enhancers
- Cognitive Enhancers
- Inteligence Boosters
Nootropics will improve the following brain functions:
- Motor Control
- Self Discipline