How To Boost Your Brain Power With Smart Drugs

How To Boost Your Brain Power

We all want to be sharp and intelligent as long as we live, don’t we? The effects of aging — from forgetfulness to memory loss — affect us all, yet we all want to stay young forever. And not just look young. We want to stay sharp and alert, even in old age.

In fact, our constant search for better brain power and cognitive functioning has given birth to a new industry – and it’s called the smart drugs industry, which is worth about $2 billion (as of 2015).

What Are Smart Drugs?

Smart drugs are special brain supplements that work on targeted neurons and neurotransmitters to improve various aspects of brain functioning such as focus, attention, memory, wakefulness, mental alertness, and learning ability. Unlike other brain supplements, these drugs naturally work on the neurons and brain cells and help improve the short term and long term memory of a person in different ways.

A great thing about smart drugs is that they cause little to no side effects during and after use, and the positive effects are clearly experienced by the user in most cases. People use different smart drugs for different purposes ranging from studying to anxiety to wakefulness.

For example, there is a smart drug called Noopept, which is 800-1000 times more potent (by weight) than the oldest racetam and gives more benefits for less dosage than any other smart drug available in the market today.

For more information check our  Definitive Guide To The Best Nootropics & Cognitive Enhancers 

How Smart Drugs Help Boost Brain Power

Smart drugs work in different ways to boost the brain and give optimum benefits to their users. However, the effects vary from person to person depending on a range of factors such as their age, gender, and health. In multiple studies conducted on smart drugs, it was observed that:

  • They improve the production of endogenous chemicals called neurotransmitters, which are responsible for proper communication between targeted neurons.
  • They stimulate the production of hormones such as dopamine and serotonin that control energy, focus, mood, and a number of other mental activities.
  • Smart drugs help delay the aging of brain cells and promote the growth of existing brain cells.
  • They also act as natural stimulants for the brain and help the user perform well in a range of memory-related activities.

Smart Drugs and Nootropics

There is a common myth among users that the terms “smart drugs” and “nootropics” are interchangeable. Even Wikipedia says so. Just search for the term “smart drugs” on Wikipedia and you’ll be redirected to a “Nootropics” page. To be clear, nootropics are a type of smart drug, but not all smart drugs qualify as nootropics.

What is The difference between Smart Drugs and Nootropics

Smart drugs are sold as prescribed medication and are mostly consumed for their off-label use – mostly to treat cognitive disorders and improve the mental functioning of the user. Good examples of smart drugs include Adderall and Ritalin – drugs are used to treat ADHD symptoms — and Modafinil, a popular productivity booster.

On the other hand, nootropics are not necessarily prescribed by doctors; many of them are available over the counter. They can be synthetic – like Noopept – or made of herbs, vitamins, antioxidants, and a range of chemical ingredients that deliver a natural positive impact on the brain and ultimately improve brain power in multiple ways. In a nutshell, nootropics come under the family of smart drugs and are used for specific purposes by users.

Smart Drugs for Brain Power

Although there are several smart drugs circulating the market, nootropics are considered the most powerful of them all. There are hundreds of nootropics, so you need to check with a neurologist to determine what is best for your requirement. However, few smart drug nootropics offer targeted benefits for various brain related problems and here are the two most popular ones:

Modafinil

If you ever need something to keep you awake for 20-30 hours, then look no further than Modafinil. It was primarily discovered to cure narcolepsy about fifty years ago, but later it was being used for its off-label benefits which include wakefulness and better cognitive functioning. You can ask for Modafinil (aka Alertec) in the drug store without a prescription. However, it is regulated in some parts of the U.S. In that case, you can get a prescription from your doctor and purchase the drug.

Noopept

The major selling point of Noopept is that it is “1000 times stronger than Piracetam”. One of the main aspects that make this drug better than its counterparts is its bioavailability. Noopept is readily absorbed by the body than other drugs and it easily crosses the blood-brain barrier.

As far as the benefits go, Noopept offers improved learning and recalling, focus, attention, reduced stress, improved brain health, less metal fatigue, enhanced cognitive performance, neuroprotective properties, boost in Acetylcholine levels, etc.

You are advised to avoid taking Noopept at night because it makes you overly active, which means you will lose your sleep.

Whether you are looking for something to keep you awake through the night, boost your productivity at work, or help you stay focused while studying, there is always a smart drug for your needs.

The best thing about smart drugs is that they give you targeted benefits, which you don’t get with exercise or diet. These drugs naturally act on your neurons and help improve your memory and mental functioning in several ways, which you really have to experience in order to believe. Check with your doctor and get the best smart drug for your needs, and let us know about your experience.

Good luck!

About the author Patrick Banks

Patrick Banks is an entrepreneur, full-time dating advisor, and total health & fitness freak. He provides tips on how to exercise and eat well, boost energy and feel confident in your own skin. He believes a healthy body and successful social interactions are two main keys to happiness.