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Nootropics or smart drugs are well-known compounds or supplements that enhance the cognitive performance. They work by increasing the mental function such as memory, creativity, motivation, and attention. Recent researches were focused on establishing a new potential nootropic derived from synthetic and natural products. The influence of nootropic in the brain has been studied widely.
Why B Vitamins are Important During Menopause
During your menopause journey, the body is at its best when it has adequate amounts of the nutrients it needs.
Whether obtained through your daily diet or dietary supplements, specific nutrients can support your health and wellness during the menopausal transition and may even help ease some of your symptoms.
Without a doubt, B vitamins are among the most important nutrients to consider during menopause. Contributing to everything from energy production to brain function, the B vitamins play a vital role in some of your body’s most important processes.
So, what exactly is vitamin B, and what kind of health benefits does it offer, specifically as it relates to menopause? Keep reading to learn more.
Can Nootropic Coffee Amp Up Your Workout?
And should you recommend it to your clients? The internet noise in the fitness industry these days is loud. With just a quick google search you can find endless lists of tips and tricks on the right exercises, what you should and shouldn’t be eating, the best way to support...
How Too Much Stress Can Cause Weight Gain (and What to Do About It)
The question of whether excess amounts of cortisol can lead to weight gain is essentially the same as asking if too much stress can cause you to put on unwanted pounds. The answer in both cases is yes.
Cortisol — a natural stress hormone — is responsible for regulating your metabolism, so it’s important to follow common wellness guidelines to lower it. From finding time for relaxation to improving your diet and exercise, you can ensure that you control your cortisol and not the other way around.