Find Your Flow
We are no different than you! We want to be at our best and accomplish our goals. But if you’re like us, you know that this is no easy task. In order to do so we need energy, action and motivation. The driver of all these traits, which are the ingredients for a successful and fulfilling life, lies the mind. Our page is dedicated to providing you insight into what your mind needs. Rome wasn’t built overnight and neither is a healthy and focused mindset. Our team has done extensive research on techniques that are proven to enhance cognition and overall wellbeing. From memory tips and brain health, to healthy habits and sleep patterns we are here to support you in reaching your goals.
“Hear a piece of information, and three days later you’ll remember 10 percent of it. Add a picture and you’ll remember 65 percent.”John Medina, Brain Rules
“Research indicates that when memory is first recorded in the brain it’s still “fragile” and easily forgotten, especially if the brain is asked to memorize more things. Napping seems to push memories to the neocortex, the brain’s “more permanent storage,” which prevents them from being “overwritten.””Andrei Medvedev, Georgetown University
3 Natural Nootropics to Consider
Nootropics have been an emerging topic of conversation in the scientific community ever since Dr. Cornelie Giurgea coined the term in the early 1960’s. After the accidental creation of the first synthetic nootropic, piracetum, scientists have been working tirelessly to create a supplement that stands out against the rest. Now, what we have is a highly saturated market of chemical concoctions that all claim to “Enhance Cognition, Improve Memory, and Increase Focus.” It’s safe to say shoppers won’t find too many unique product descriptions, as they browse the internet for the latest and greatest synthetic nootropic.
As large companies continue to invest money into development, the industry is only growing. As of 2018, the nootropic market was valued at 1.96 billion USD and that number is projected to rise to 5.32 billion USD in 2026.
The intrigue of nootropics is understandable. From college aged students to retirees, these supplements appeal to the masses. Who doesn’t want a sharper mind and more energy? Whether you’re trying to get ahead, just trying to stay afloat or looking to prevent degenerative diseases, you may have looked at or invested in these supplements. But as the market evolves, companies are adding more and more ingredients to their products. As a rule of thumb, when it comes to nootropics, more does not mean better. Unfortunately, that’s the marketing strategy for these synthetic nootropic companies. They are constantly adding compounds to their formulas which in turn drives up the price. But it hasn’t always been this way. Substances have been used for cognitive improvement for thousands of years, dating back to ancient Vedic societies.
These substances were not made in a lab but instead they were derived from plants such as Bacopa Monnieri and Gringko Biloba. In Averyduc medicine, they were used for the same reasons synthetic nootropics are used today. In fact, these natural supplements have just as much, if not more, evidence to support cognitive claims as do synthetic nootropics. The main difference is the price. Naturally, we believe that if something is more expensive, it must be better. The reality of nootropics is that the expense is dictated by the cost of production. That’s why synthetic nootropics will cost you hundreds of dollars a month. Our team believes that you deserve to make the most informed decision before you spend your money on any of these supplements. We have reviewed and analyzed the most recent studies pertaining to both natural and synthetic nootropics.
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