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This Alpha GPC review will cover the benefits of alpha GPC. Alpha GPC is an excellent acetylcholine source. It has been clinically studied to improve cognitive performance and help aid in the reduction of Alzheimer’s symptoms (not cure). This alpha GPC review will hopefully clear up some common questions about alpha GPC and help to inform on what it

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There are many types of Acetylcholine supplements. While there is no “pure” acetylcholine supplement, there are many different types of supplements that produce or affect the acetylcholine system. Below is a list of the major supplements that involve acetylcholine and its associated systems. One thing to remember is that the word “choline” does not necessarily mean “acetylcholine” even though it

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Many people ask us how nootropics work. This is a very complicated question since there are many different types of nootropics with different methods of action. We recommend that you read about the types of nootropics before reading this article.

Neurotransmitters & Receptors

In order to understand how nootropics work, you must first have a basic understanding of neurotransmitters and the

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Taking nootropic powders can be really easy but there are some things you should know before beginning. Below are some tips and things you should know before taking a powdered nootropics.

Fat Soluble vs. Water Soluble

If you have done a lot of research about nootropics online you have likely run into the terms “water soluble” & “fat soluble”. This may cause

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This article covers all the different types of nootropics. You may be surprised by the list and the different groups which you may or may not have heard of. Some types of nootropics have been around for decades while others have just come out within the last few years.

Racetams

This is probably the most common and popular of the nootropics. The

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Many people prefer to go the all-natural way when taking nootropic supplements. This is popular because many people do not believe in taking synthetic substances. For these people, there are some great natural nootropics that work very well.

Some people think natural or herbal products don’t work well but this is simply not the case. Most powerful pharmacological and psychoactive drugs

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We all know Russia is a great source for leading nootropic research. They have invented many great nootropics such as, Noopept, Phenotropil (Phenylpiracetam) and most of the Racetams.

In late 2011, Russia added Semax to their “List of Vital & Essential Drugs”. It has been approved as a general nootropic. As with

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ADHD is a common problem that affects an estimated 3-5% of the population. It is a problem that causes inattentiveness, hyperactivity, impulsiveness or a combination of these. A child with undiagnosed ADHD will often get wrongful diagnoses like a learning disability, behavioral disorder or mood problem. It is important for a child to get proper diagnosis from a doctor as

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Getting older is something that every living organism experiences in life. Aging is described as a reduction in biological function and the decreased ability to fight off death and disease. Our brain is the most important organ in our body and it too can experience its own aging effects. One can be healthy overall but their brain function can decline

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Depression and irritability can be a common problem associated with nootropics and stacks. The human brain is a complicated and chemically run organism. Changing levels of certain chemicals and neurotransmitters can influence our brain and alter mood. This article will hopefully clear the air and give answers to these problems.

Acetylcholine and Depression

If you do not yet know, Acetylcholine is a

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