Our company, being a large nootropics distributor, gets contacted by people from all walks of life. One such type of people includes professional athletes, a large number of them being professional MMA fighters from all different genres. Many of the athletes that contact us are athletes looking for a nootropic or stack to help them not only in the cognitive> View article
Do nootropics really work? If they did why isn’t everyone using them? These are real questions that people ask and there are answers to be backed up by real research. This article is meant to go over a list of nootropic studies that have been performed on humans that show real evidence that nootropics work to improve cognitive performance in many including> View article
Pyritinol is one of the less mentioned nootropics. This semi-natural vitamin nootropic has been used in Europe for decades to treat a variety of conditions including Alzheimer’s. Even though it is not yet popular as a nootropic, it can add some depth and value to an already successful> View article
Note: This is a guest post from Stephen McLaughlin at www.nootropics4college.com and does not necessarily represent the opinions of Peak Nootropics. Personal experiences with benefits and side effects of various nootropics may vary.
Sunifiram – My Review of the Strongest Nootropic I’ve ever taken
I originally had high expectations for what is now my favorite nootropic, sunifiram, and they were> View article
It is 2014, a new year and filled with new goals. People are looking for new nootropics and stacks to help them meet some of these ambitious goals. This article will go over some of our most favorite and highest-rated nootropics to start off 2014
Some new and exciting nootropics came out in 2013. We saw sunifiram, unifiram and coluracetam all> View article
People are often stuck choosing between alpha GPC and citicoline. The prices and dosages are similar for both supplements and both work to improve the level of acetylcholine. This article will outline some of the features of both as well as the pros and cons of choline and acetylcholine supplements.
Choline vs. Alpha GPC vs. Citicoline
Choline is the precursor to> View article
Can certain nootropics help to reduce or even reverse the effects of brain damage or traumatic injury? Obviously, we cannot make a medical statement but we can present the facts and this article is meant to clear up some of these common questions people have about nootropics and brain damage.
Understanding Type & Severity of Brain Damage
Not all brain damage is> View article
Improving the quality and length of your sleep may be more effective at improving cognitive functioning than using nootropics alone. Adding one or two more hours may make a huge difference in how our brains work chemically. Apart from this sleep deprivation raises corticosteroids which may directly influence the effectiveness of nootropics.
This fact may be an obvious “blah blah”> View article
Anxiety is something most of us deal with, some more than others. Dealing with anxiety can be hard because the root cause cannot always be pinpointed. In fact, anxiety is often a fear of something that does not or may never exist. Anxiety is created within our minds and modulating certain brain chemicals can definitely help in the reduction of> View article
Choline is essential to the body as the main precursor to the nootropic neurotransmitter, acetylcholine. There are certain processes such as High Affinity Choline Uptake (HACU) that primarily affect choline transport and the required synthesis of acetylcholine within the neurons.
It is important to understand High Affinity Choline Uptake and the mechanisms involved. High Affinity Choline Uptake is the rate> View article