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Ways to Increase Brain Power

Try Nootropics - While taking supplements to fill in dietary gaps is always a great idea to ensure your body is functioning at its peak, it might be a good idea to consider Nootropics as well. No...

Take a Chill Pill (How to Relax in the Modern Age)

There are millions of people using “smart drugs” every day and this world of self-experimenters is expanding rapidly. As the self-tinkering becomes more mainstream, it’s possible to find more of ...

Productivity in a pill: Harried agency staffers turn to ‘smart drugs’

“They allow me to battle the distractions and stay more focused,” said Thomas who started taking nootropics this past January, and now takes them twice a week. “They are very much like espresso b...

The Science of Nootropics for Gaming

Nootropics, broadly speaking, are substances that can safely enhance cognitive performance. They’re a group of (as yet unclassified) research chemicals, over-the-counter supplements, and a few pres...

Coffee alone won't keep you competitive

Nootropics will go mainstream in 2017 because "the robots are edging us out," says Popcorn. "When you come to work you have to be enhanced, you have to be on the edge, you have to be able to work...

Nootropic effect and the biohackers of Silicon Valley

Taking a smart drug is really enticing, especially if you are always on the go. When faced with pressure at work or with ones studies, a person can rely on nootropic supplementation to give him a...

Neuroenhancement's Mainstream Moment May Be Here

Different forms of neurostimulation in humans have now been shown to boost our ability to learn and perform motor actions, to pay attention to events in the environment, to recall information in m...

A new study reveals that nootropics may make you smarter than we thought

It’s both appealing and disturbing to think that taking a pill could boost someone’s brainpower to make them “smarter.” Films like “Limitless” and “Lucy” create fantasies of cognition-enhancin...

Scientists and Silicon Valley want to prove psychoactive drugs are healthy

Samuele Marcora, the director of research at the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences at the University of Kent, believes if people could achieve an artificial ‘runner’s high’, then it could ent...
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