Nootropics can positively affect different aspects of our performance, from improving focus, energy levels, memory, motivation to decreasing anxiety while preparing for an exam.
While they are most commonly known as cognitive and mood boosters, they also help you relax and improve your sleep. Having a night of good sleep is often even more important than memorizing everything to the last detail.
If you also find yourself anxious or nervous at the end of the day, nootropics may help you relax and recharge to tackle an exam or just another all-day-studying day.
With the rise of competitiveness, many students under 18 years searching for ways to boost their performance. Since the brain is still developing at that age, nootropics are not really recommended - you know, to stay on the safe side.
But if you do consume any, go with the lower dosages so you won't interfere with the ongoing natural process of brain development.
All in all, many nootropics can help you perform better, they can be safer for long-term use & many of them are also quite cheaper than some prescription drugs.
Let's see which nootropics you can benefit from.
Head Of Nutrition At STAQ Performance
Maja Andoljsek, BSc in Sports Science and Nutrition, has been researching nutrition, supplements, and coaching people for years. As a certified coach and nutritionist, she has helped hundreds of people improve their cognitive performance, physical performance, and overall health.