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What is Inflammation and How does it Affect My Health?

Inflammation: What it is and How does it Affect My Health? Inflammation is the body's natural response to protect itself against harm. It is the body's attempt to heal itself after an injury; defend itself against foreign invaders, such as...

Which Doctor Should I See For Dementia And Cognitive Decline?

It is unsurprising for elderly folks to start experiencing memory loss and poor retention capacity. While a lot of individuals tend to associate this with age, millions of younger adults around the world are beginning to experience this same issue....

New Hope to Alzheimer’s Disease Therapy

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia that affects over five million Americans each year. It is a memory loss that occurs due to age or other diseases. About 60 to 80% of people living with dementia are...

Alzheimer’s Diseases and its Prevalence

Alzheimer’s disease is a common disease across the world.  It is characterized with progressive mental deterioration that can occur in middle or old age, due to generalized degeneration of the brain. It is the most common cause of premature senility....

5 Ways to Increase Human Growth Hormone (HGH) Naturally

5 Ways to Increase Human Growth Hormone (HGH) Naturally What is HGH and why is it important? Human Growth Hormone or HGH is an important hormone that is produced by the body’s pituitary gland.  According to an article by Charlotte...

How Exercise Improves Brain Function

There are many good reasons to be physically active. The most important ones include reducing the risks of developing heart disease, diabetes, and stroke. Most people engage in physical exercise to lose weight, lower their blood pressure, and prevent depression....

High-Protein Diet May Lower Alzheimer’s Risk

Alzheimer’s disease that is characterized by impaired cognitive functioning and memory decline results from the presence of protein plaques (usually amyloid-β) in the brain. The protein occurs naturally in the body, but when it forms plaques around the nerve cells,...

How to Prevent Muscle Loss as We Age

Muscle loss is an inevitable occurrence every person will experience once they get to an advanced age. Furthermore, this loss experienced is often greater in most cases than not and until now, the process of muscle loss was not understood....

3 Alternatives to Coffee Jitters

A cup of Joe is always a great way to start the day, it gets you in the right frame (of body and mind) to dive into the day and make it productive. Like most things, coffee is great but...

Trouble Sleeping? It May Be an Early Sign of Alzheimer’s

Trouble Sleeping? It May Be an Early Sign of Alzheimer's   A habit of catnapping and a fidgety night's sleep may be an early-warning symptom of Alzheimer's disease, according to the new research carried out on both mice and humans....

Could these Pills be Your Solution to Staying Sharp?

Could these Pills be Your Solution to Staying Sharp? Did you do something constructive as soon as you woke up today? Perhaps you are the type that prefers having an intense morning run, or you could be the kind that...

Fighting Off Anxiety Once and for All

What is Anxiety Like? Almost 33.7% of the world’s population suffers from depression – that’s a lot! You’d think that with such a majority of individuals suffering from this, most of us would understand this disorder. However, that is far...

An Effortless Way to Improve Your Memory

An Effortless Way to Improve Your Memory We know the importance of muscle recovery and allowing time for our muscles to cool down after a work-out. But, what’s not as well-known is that this same principle applies to our brain,...

The Effect of Obesity on the Human Brain

About 2 billion people around the globe are overweight and many of these are obese. That’s 20% of the population. Considering the implications of obesity on our health, this is bad news. We already know that excess body weight negatively...

How Smart Can You Get on Smart Drugs?

The Nootropic Trend Trends can turn on a dime. And, who knows why? But, what was out of fashion can suddenly become all the rage. And, what was considered “geeky” or “nerdy” can instantly become trendy –like intelligence, for example....

5 Ways to Optimize Your Nootropic Experience

5 Ways to Optimize Your Nootropic Experience Studying or working intensely requires a lot of concentration and energy and very often commitment and dedication alone are not sufficient to ensure high performance. To try to always be at their best,...

Debunking 7 Myths About Dementia

Debunking 7 Myths About Dementia Dementia is a mental disorder that has the highest rate of occurrence but is still poorly understood. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, in 2017 there were 5.5 million cases of dementia reported in the United...

10 Tips for Good Eye Health

10 Tips for Good Eye Health Sight is a precious gift. We should never take our eyes for granted. And, since most eye concerns can be avoided or treated, with a little care and attention, they will continue to function...

Seven Lifestyle Changes to Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

SEVEN Lifestyle Changes to Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease In the US in 2017, 5.5 million people were estimated to suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. That’s up from 3.4 million in 2007. Furthermore, by the year 2050, there may be 16 million Americans...

Oxiracetam – A Great Memory & Focus Booster

Oxiracetam - A Great Memory & Focus Booster Yet another powerful Nootropic when it comes to memory boosting, we recommend Oxiracetam for you if you are looking for a holistic cognitive-enhancing Nootropic. Oxiracetam is from the Racetam Family, just like...

Idebenone – An Anti-Aging Supplement & A Nootropic

Have you heard about Idebenone? This supplement serves as a natural variant to coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10). Recently, it has come to light that Idebenone could be a superior natural replacement for CoQ10. In this article, we will review it and...

How Do We Improve Our Working Memory?

How Do We Improve Our Working Memory? The ability to remember and process information is called Working Memory. The usefulness of this function cannot be overemphasized because of its innumerable benefits to human success and greatness. Improving our working memory...

What to Eat to Beat Dementia

Believe it or not, in some countries, heart disease is no longer the leading cause of death. At least in England and Wales, it has been replaced by dementia (including Alzheimer’s disease). In fact, every three minutes, someone in Britain...

Aniracetam: The Smartest Racetam

Are you new to Nootropics? Nootropics are generally known as smart drugs, usually capable of boosting your energy and enhancing your cognitive abilities. Users have reported benefits such as improved problem-solving skills, thinking skills and memory recall, along with other...

Simple Steps to Add Years to Your Life

Simple Steps to Add Years to Your Life Let’s start with sex since it’s one of the more pleasant steps you can take to add years to your life.  The medical community is taking the relationship between sex and aging...

Phenylpiracetam – A Nootropic, Antidepressant, And Stimulant All in One

Phenylpiracetam – A Nootropic, Antidepressant, And Stimulant All in One Phenylpiracetam is known as one of the best Nootropics in the market, which is not surprising considering that it provides various benefits and acts as a 3-in-1 Nootropic. To explain,...

The Best Racetams: A Comparison

What’s the Best Racetam? Racetams are one of the most popular classes of nootropics.  People often ask, “What is the best Racetam?”  However, the answer depends on the individual.  Everyone is affected a little bit differently by nootropics, and also...

Things You Might Be Doing Because of Anxiety

Things You Might Be Doing Because of Anxiety Anxiety is one of the most common mental health issues that people face, with almost one-third of the population experiencing it and having it disrupt their daily life-activities. With this said, it’s...

Adrafinil vs. Adderall: Comparison of Benefits and Side Effects

Adrafinil vs. Adderall: Comparison of Benefits and Side Effects Nootropics, also known as smart drugs, are one of the most common go-to solutions for students and business owners alike, for their cognitive enhancing properties which heightens their focus & concentration...

Are You a Cheater If You’re Using Smart Drugs to Get Ahead?

Most of us want to be smarter. There’s an ongoing quest for knowledge and the advancement of our race. We strive not to “work hard but work smart” and forever endeavor to be one step ahead of the competition. The...

Lacking Motivation? Aniracetam Can Help

In this era where quick-paced work and lifestyle is often more of a requirement than an option, students, businesspeople and even you need to resort to various options available to increase your motivation and energy levels. From a potentially life-changing...

Provigil Alternatives to Increase your Energy, Focus and Intelligence

Provigil Alternatives to Increase your Energy, Focus and Intelligence Being one of the more mainstream restorative drug on the market with an energy boosting property, Provigil – also known as Modafinil – was initially formulated to treat narcolepsy – a...

Over 40? Keep Your Eyesight at its Best

Over 40? Keep Your Eyesight at its Best Duplication of our body cells over the years will become a little weaker and that’s normal. So it is with our eye cells. A decline in your eyes’ performance is more-or-less to...

How Do You Overcome Social Anxiety?

How Do You Overcome Social Anxiety? For some people, social anxiety only attacks in specific environments, like a crowded gathering, while others experience this anxiety constantly. In either case, it’s a debilitating problem that must be dealt with. It’s something...

What are Some of the Early Signs of Dementia?

What are Some of the Early Signs of Dementia? In the beginning, at the onset of dementia, the signs are very subtle.  The symptoms may not even seem very unusual or abnormal.  For this reason, we have drawn up 10...

Can Sex Increase Life Expectancy?

[ultimate-reviews ]Can Sex Increase Life Expectancy? For those of us who want to “live long and prosper”, the key may be found in bed. We’ve discovered one more reason to indulge in that intimate expression of love called sex. Longevity....

Exhausted? Increase Your Energy with Adrafinil

Winter Doldrums? During the winter season, many people suffer from a lack of vitamin D3, which is the vitamin that your body naturally produces with the sunlight.  As a result of this lack, the bones and muscles can be affected...

Are There Benefits to Using Centrophenoxine with Piracetam in a Nootropic Stack?

Are There Benefits to Using Centrophenoxine with Piracetam in a Nootropic Stack? You just can’t find anything as popular as Piracetam, if you’re looking for a nootropic supplement to boost cognition. For this reason and others (which we’ll go into)...

Some Frequently Asked Questions Regarding GEROVITAL-H3 (GH3)

Some Frequently Asked Questions Regarding GEROVITAL-H3 1. Who developed GH3 Original Formula? As with many of the great scientific advances of history, Gerovital H3 was discovered by accident. The active ingredient of GH3 is procaine, a local anesthetic developed in...

How Many Years Could You Add to Your Life?

How Many Years Could You Add to Your Life? Science says that if you follow 7 habits, you will lengthen your life.  So say British researchers who studied over 600,000 patients’ histories to find out the precise amount of time...

Best 3 Nootropics for Motivation

Best 3 Nootropics for Motivation Are there people in your life that you envy for their overflowing energy and motivation that seems to be never ending?  There are people in this world that are always on the go, starting new...

4 Ways to Prevent Cataracts at Any Age

4 Ways to Prevent Cataracts at Any Age As with every other part of the body, eyes deteriorate with age. However, we tend to take them for granted and may not notice that our sight is gradually getting weaker. For...

Is There a Nootropic Alternatives to Adderall?

Is There a Nootropic Alternatives to Adderall? For people who don’t have a lot of experience with nootropics, there are usually a few questions.  One of them is, “Is there a nootropic that’s a good alternative for Adderall?” And, happily,...

How Long Does Adrafinil Take to Work?

Adrafinil ---also known as Olmifon is a well-known nootropic or smart drug.  It is also a pro-drug to Modafinil.  This means that Adrafinil metabolizes in the liver to Modafinil.  As a result, it does not create hyperactivity in the body...

55% Of Doctors Keep a Patient’s Alzheimer’s Diagnosis Secret

55% Of Doctors Keep a Patient's Alzheimer's Diagnosis Secret Although Diana Jameson suspected that her mother had Alzheimer's disease, it took two years before a doctor would divulge that information. "When we asked the doctor if something might be wrong,...

This Fasting Diet Can Keep You Young

With telomeres, size matters. We all want longer telomeres. As we know, telomeres, stem cells and mitochondria interact with key molecules to manage genome integrity. And, these little tiny guys are what govern our aging process. So, these are the...

Having Depression and Heart Disease Could Double Death Risk

A diagnosis of coronary artery disease that is coupled with depression could double the risk of mortality. This is according to a new study. And, although researchers don’t know what the exact mechanism is behind the correlation between depression and...

Therapies to Help Slow Brain Aging

Factors that Speed Up Brain Aging There is some evidence to indicate that obesity in midlife speeds up brain aging by a decade or so.  Another factor related to brain age acceleration is soda.  Both sugar and diet varieties are...

Depression Raises Risk of Early Death

Depression Raises Risk of Early Death Research has shown that there is a link between people who have one or more major depressive episode and a significant risk of mortality.  Additionally, women are at greater risk. In the US, depression...

Daydreamers May Have More Efficient Brains

Have you ever been caught daydreaming? If so, you may be pleased to know that daydreaming could be a sign of high intelligence. Recent studies are suggesting that those whose minds have a tendency to wander might actually be smarter...
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