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A Complete List of Nootropic Supplements

There are several groups of nootropics. This list will hopefully give you a big picture of the types of nootropics in each category. If we need to add onto this list please don’t hesitate to contact us. Some of the new research nootropics such as are not on this list due to their limited availability more »

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Picamilon – A Combination of Vitamin B3 & GABA

Picamilon represents a synthetic combination of the GABA neurotransmitter and vitamin B3, also known as niacin. This nootropic substance has the capability of providing vasodilatatory and anxiolytic effects which can offer many benefits to consumers. This substance was first developed in the former U.S.S.R. and actually represents an enhanced form of the neurotransmitter GABA and more »

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Why Do Some People Experience Headaches When Using Nootropics

Many people complain of headaches when using nootropics, especially racetams and cholinergics. There have been cases of other side effects as well like nausea and restlessness, but headaches seem to be the most frequently occurring side effect. It can be really irritating for the user if he/she gets headaches while trying to improve mental functioning. more »

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Can Nootropics Be Anxiolytic

Anxiety is a problem that affects everyone. For many, anxiety is a physiological problem which means your thoughts affect your nervous system which in turn creates a flight or fight response. The best and ultimate way to deal with anxiety is to confront anxious thoughts and change them in order to change the physiological response. more »

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How to Identify & Overcome Low Dopamine

Dopamine is a catecholamine neurotransmitter with many important functions. It is the primary reward neurotransmitter with many other implications on cognitive functioning and mood. Dopamine is considered a nootropic neurotransmitter due to its effects on essential cognitive functioning. Many drugs both legal and illegal use the dopamine structure, method or pathway to pharmacologically change the more »

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5 Incredible Russian Nootropics

Russians have always tried to push ahead of the curve. They were in the race to space, and very close to landing on the moon before any other country. Russia has also continually showed their power throughout history as a military and economic superpower Russian nootropics have also been an area of incredible advancement. The more »

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Nootropics and ADHD

Disclaimer: This article is not intended to recommend medical advice. The article is strictly observational and does not recommend to supplement the advice and guidance of your doctor. Nootropics have not been evaluated by the FDA to be a viable form of treatment for ADHD/ADD ADHD is a problem that over 3-5% of the population more »

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The 5 Best-Selling Nootropic Supplements

We have composed a list of some of the most popular nootropics in 2013. These nootropics are popular because they work well for most people and have a long history of use. This list is not likely to change over the next few years even with some of the newcomers like sunifiram and coluracetam coming more »

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Comparing Nootropics to Stimulants

You probably already know that nootropics are supplements or drugs that increase cognitive function. They do so without causing a high occurrence of negative interactions. This is simply because they are generally not considered to be psychoactive and therefore do not carry the same baggage that comes with these types of substances. Caffeine One highly more »

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