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Five Effects of Poor Nutrition in the Elderly

12/08/2014 Tags: all, guides, science, health

Malnutrition or poor dietary habits are harmful for everyone, but the elderly are especially vulnerable to its negative consequences. Malnutrition involves a deficiency of the main nutritional components, such as protein, carbohydrates, vitamins or minerals.
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A Beginners Guide to Nootropics

03/04/2014 Tags: all, beginners, guides

What Are Nootropics? Broadly defined, nootropics are substances that have the ability to enhance cognitive performance with few side effects or toxicity issues. There is often some confusion over the terms used to describe these
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The Student Stack: What are the Best Nootropics for Studying?

02/04/2014 Tags: all, students, guides

The Problem with Traditional Stimulants Whether studying before exams, understanding difficult concepts or having to write a lengthy paper with little time, students face a lot of pressure to perform well academically. It is no
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Smart Drugs to Promote Restful Sleep

01/04/2014 Tags: all, guides

We all know that a good night’s sleep can help you to feel more energised and productive throughout the next day. Sleep deprivation on the other hand can take a serious toll on your mental
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Conventional Stimulants For years, students and success-driven professionals alike have gotten by using traditional stimulants to study longer, increase productivity and meet deadlines. While this might be adequate for some, such productivity aids can be
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The Most Common Uses of Nootropics

28/03/2014 Tags: all, guides

The Most Common Uses of Nootropics Nootropics have seen a lot of attention from the media in recent years and for good reason; these scientifically proven supplements can help you improve various aspects of cognition,
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What are Nootropics?

24/03/2014 Tags: all, beginners, guides, science

Nootropics are cognitive enhancers that are neuroprotective or extremely non-toxic. Nootropic Criteria: 1. Enhances learning and memory. 2. Enhance learned behaviours under conditions which are known to disrupt them. Example: hypoxia (oxygen deficiency). 3. Protect
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Nootropics To Fight Disease

24/03/2014 Tags: all, guides, science, health

  Groundbreaking discoveries over the past 20 years have led to a staggeringly complex understanding in the field of neuropharmacology. Now with targeted therapies focusing on precise neurotransmitters systems and well understood receptor subgroups, many
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Why Take Nootropics?

24/03/2014 Tags: all, beginners, students, guides

Success in the modern world is a very competitive and fast paced race. There is an increasing need to achieve more and increase your chances of winning. Thousand of people just like you, trying desperately
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How Do They Work?

24/03/2014 Tags: all, beginners, guides, science

There are many different nootropics, explaining the mechanism of action of each individual one would be a very long article. However, there are some general pathways that should be described. Some mechanisms are so new
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Getting Started

24/03/2014 Tags: all, beginners, students, guides

By now you should have gained some working knowledge of nootropics and their qualities and benefits. The first thing to point out is that many nootropics are not going to suddenly make you super-human. After
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