Nootrogen is the groundbreaking development in Nootropics stacks that requires no prescription.
Through extensive clinical studies, research has identified 2 key natural compounds that when consumed together have remarkable effects on the brain and cognitive function. Dimethylaminoethanol and L-Pyroglutamic Acid.
Don’t know what a Nootropic is?
The age of smart drugs and nootropics is here. A nootropic is a substance that can increase memory, concentration, motivation, and mood or just about anything that is related to cognition and thought.
Effects of nootropics have been dramatized by fictional nootropics such as ‘NZT-48’ in the film and recent TV show ‘Limitless’ starring Bradley Cooper.
Although it’s not advisable to take anything as mind-altering as NZT-48, nutritionally there are many foods and ingredients that can help you get the most from your brain.
Nootropics are commonly used by people in roles that demand elite performance; such as fighter pilots in the US Air Force, poker players in the WSOP, MMA fighters in the UFC, professional gamers, and Silicon Valley CEO’s.
The benefits of Nootrogen include:
- Boost memory recall
- Improve focus and concentration
- Increase brain processing speed
- Calm nerves and anxiety
The Nootrogen formula contains ingredients that can support healthy memory and your brain’s natural synaptic plasticity.
Synaptic plasticity is your brain’s ability to retain existing neural pathways, while also allowing new neural pathways to form.
In a world with an increasing number of distractions, and as productivity expectations grow, we need all the help we can get to focus.
Many ingredients in Nootrogen support concentration and focus, so you can push yourself to stay on task.
Cognitive function is the summation of your cortical processing, and can include creativity, abstraction, recognition and reasoning. It’s those high-level decisions that take sharp-thinking experience. Like cognitive function in the brain, Nootrogen’s parts work synergistically together to support the end goal.
Some ingredients found in Nootrogen are known for their support of feelings of relaxation, and they’re included so you can get nootropic benefits without feeling wired. These ingredients could be useful for nervousness-related anxiety associated with performance; e.g public speaking or academic testing.
Dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE) is thought to support acetylcholine, an integral neurotransmitter in the brain involved in memory and learning.
DMAE is a precursor for choline, and choline is used by the body to make acetylcholine.
Glutamic Acid is an amino acid that works as a neurotransmitter in the nervous system.
It’s also a precursor for the synthesis of another neurotransmitter, GABA, which is responsible for muscle tone.
L-Tyrosine is an amino acid that is the precursor to (is used to make) the well-known motivational neurotransmitter Dopamine. L-Tyrosine is also a precursor to adrenaline and its cousin norepinephrine.