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Best Nootropics For Brain Functioning

Nootropics are the natural supplements or drugs that have a beneficial effect on brain function in healthy people through memory boost, motivation, creativity, alertness and general cognitive function and may also reduce age related declines in brain function.

Here are some nootropic supplements to boost your brain function.

Fish Oils

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Fish oil supplements are a rich source of docosahexaenoic/eicosapentaenoic acid and two types of omega-3 fatty acids responsible for an improved brain health. DHA plays an important role of maintaining the structure and function of your brain while the other omega-3 fatty acid/EPA has anti-inflammatory effects that may safeguard the brain against damage and aging. Taking DHA supplements is linked to improved thinking skills, memory and reaction times in healthy people who have low DHA intakes. It has also benefitted people experiencing a mild decline in brain function.


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This is an antioxidant that occurs naturally in the skin of purple and red fruits like grapes, raspberries and blueberries, that can help prevent the deterioration of the hippocampus.


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Is a natural stimulant most common in tea, coffee and dark chocolate that works by stimulating the brain and central nervous system, making you feel less tired and more alert.


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This is a type of fat compound called a phospholipid, which can be found in your brain. Taking phosphatidylserine supplements could be helpful for preserving brain health.


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Is an amino acid produced naturally in your body that plays an crucial role in your metabolism majorly in energy production and taking its supplements is claimed to make you feel more alert, improve memory and slow down age-related memory loss.

Ginkgo Biloba

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Ginkgo biloba is an herbal supplement derived from the Ginkgo biloba treewhich is thought to work by increasing blood flow to the brain/brain functions like focus and memory.

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