The Nootropic Reviewer
The Nootropic Reviewer
LIST OF MY TOP 5 NOOTROPICS
Michael is fascinated with self-improvement, biohacking, and optimizing human performance. He experiences great satisfaction and fulfillment from helping people through the complexities of cognitive health. Michael has been using and researching nootropics for over 10 years. Michael's knowledge of nootropics has helped him accelerate the growth of his residential real estate business which helped him flourish to the top 1% of real estate agents in Canada.
My review on armodafinil will as well include the side effects, dosage, and uses of Armodafinil (Nuvigil). Armodafinil is known as a eugeroic, a wakefulness promoting agent that’s considered as a nootropic. Nootropics are substances used to improve cognitive function.
They are cognitive enhancers. Armodafinil was created to treat people with narcolepsy and other fatigue related sicknesses. It as well is often recommended to people who work a third shift in order to stay awake. Does It work? It sure does, and it has changed some peoples lives for the better. Is it a real life limitless pill? Not quiet.. but I’m on another level on it, my urge to sleep is almost gone. Armodafinil could be your best friend if you were pulling an allnighter and had a busy day ahead of you.
Unlike caffeine or other stimulants, there is no crash whatsoever and you don’t get wired up and hyper. Some benefits are; improved mental clarity, focus, mood. It decreases appetite, increases overall brain function and resistance to fatigue. Is it safe? It’s not addictive and can help with habit forming.
Obviously be safe as always. I am not recommending you take anything. I’m recommending you always take the advice of your health professional and not me. The only negative side effects are mild headaches, likely due to dehydration. This is often solved by drinking a cup of water or having some choline (my favorite is ALPHA GPC or CDP CHOLINE). It’s other known name is nuvigil.
In this video, I will cover my six year experience of taking Aniracetam, I will explain the Aniracetam Benefits, And It's Efficiency.In this video, I will cover my six year experience of taking Aniracetam, I will explain the Aniracetam Benefits, Aniracetam Side Effects and Aniracetam Dosage.
0:11 Video Overview
1:02 What Is Aniracetam
1:30 Aniracetam Dosage
2:45 Choline Source With Alpha GPC
4:02 Aniracetam Benefits
6:31 Aniracetam Side Effects
7:59 Good Nootropics To Go With Aniracetam
8:20 Piracetam and Oxiracetam
8:50 Modafinil And Aniracetam
9:28 Ashwagandha, Bacopa Monnieiri and Rhodiola Rosea with Aniracetam
L-Tyrosine : Benefits, Side Effects, Dosage and My Personal Experience. You'll learn the nootropic benefits of L-Tyrosine in this video. This includes why we use L-Tyrosine as a nootropic, the side effects, recommended dosages, and uses for weight loss.
Tyrosine is used to produce dopamine. It's an amino acid that has a lot of potential as a sports supplement, as well as a nootropic. My L-Tyrosine review will help you know what to expect when using this nootropic.
L-Tyrosine when taken in free-form, can help you with your mood, your concentration, and your ability to handle stress. It is found in high quantities in chicken breast, and egg whites.
In this video, I'll discuss my personal experience with Ashwagandha. We'll review the benefits, appropriate dosages, and side effects for Ashwagandha.
How ashwagandha works is using chemicals that may help to calm the brain, help with inflammation, lower blood pressure, and positively alter the immune system. Ashwagandha is used for anxiety, ADHD, balance, OCD, trouble sleeping, stress, depression and more. One of the things I like about Ashwagandha most is it's ability as adaptogen to help the body cope with daily stressors. #ashwagandha #supplement #adaptogen
I'll talk about my experience with Bacopa Monnieri during this video. Do see some of the products listed below for my preferred nootropics. Bacopa Monnieri has been used by practitioners for decades, for a wide variety of purposes, these include: improving your memory, reducing anxiety, as well as treating epilepsy.
Research as well shows that it boosts brain function, alleviates stress, and reduced anxiety What is responsible for most of the benefits of Bacopa Monnieiri is believed to be the powerful class of compounds called bacosides that are contained in Bacopa Monnieri. Bacosides are shown to have antioxidant effects for the brain and body.
Bacopa is commonly used to treat Alzheimer's disease, and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), although is limited scientific research to support these uses. Side Effects & Safety Bacopa is POSSIBLY SAFE for adults when taken by mouth appropriately as discussed in the video, and up to periods of 12 weeks.
The common side effects in addition to the personal experiences discussed in the video are: stomach cramps, dry mouth, nausea. If you choose to try this nootropic, please use it carefully and start with a low dose in order to access your tolerance. I am not responsible if anything bad happens to you. One of the things I like about Bacopa most is its ability to help the body cope with daily stressors and the noticeable improvements on short/long term memory. #bacopa #supplement #adaptogen
Who wants their brain to be more productive? I definitely do! So.. what is the best nootropic? Modafinil is undoubtedly one of the most famous nootropics that is talked about. Modafinil, phenibut and phenylpiracetam are popular, but is it the best?
What are some of the less talked about nootropics that WORK? If you were to ask me, the answer would be Lion's Mane. Lion's Mane is a nootropic that has been very helpful for me.
In this video you'll learn about a powerful nootropic, lion's mane, and how it has helped me. It has proven benefits across many aspects of cognitive health. These include: memory, mood, energy levels, learning retention. Please note, I am not promoting it, or any supplements/substances.
Phenylpiracetam is a nootropic that is part of the racetam family, just as it's name suggests. It is the phenyl-derivative of piracetam that is reported to be more neuroprotective and to be much stronger at enhancing physical performance.
A fair bit of research does suggest it is effective in attenuating the rate of and symptoms of any cognitive decline. The common dosage is 100-200mg taken 1-2 times per day.
The lower range seems effective... although, the optimal dose is yet to be discovered.
When I use phenylpiracetam, I am having 80mg-120mg with a glass of water, typically first thing in the morning.
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