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What Is A Natural Nootropic?

"Sorry ... what did you say your name was again?"

"Hang on ... I just lost my train of thought."

"I'm overwhelmed with so much to do ... and yet I feel stuck and can't do a thing."

Most of us have experienced at least some form of poor brain performance at one point.

Still, we often feel helpless and alone in our struggle. What's more, any decline in cognitive abilities can

result in frustrating minor inconveniences on up to debilitating consequences, with symptoms that might include:

  • Bouts of brain fog

  • Sluggish short-term and long-term memory

  • Poor attention span

  • Difficulties thinking or speaking clearly

  • Stressful feelings of ongoing anxiety and depression

  • Lack of motivation

But can we really do anything about these conditions? Aren't we simply born with and destined to endure a certain brain “strength?” Or is there a way to actually improve our cognition and thinking potential (and yes, maybe even feel a little bit smarter as a result)? Although it won’t make you a genius, the answer may surprise you, and it’s all thanks to a little subject called nootropics.

A Brief Background On Nootropics

In 1964, a Romanian psychologist and physician by the name of Corneliu E Guirgea synthesized a chemical compound known as piracetam in his laboratory, making history as he classified it as a new type of substance: He called it a nootropic.

Dr. Guirgea defined nootropics as substances that could be used to effectively boost the performance of the human brain, without side effects. Depending on the type, nootropics can be used to improve many things, including:

  • Memory