Harvard longevity expert Dr David Sinclair has long been a thought leader in the anti-aging field. Renowned for his expertise in the epigenetics of aging, NAD+ metabolism, and sirtuins, Sinclair’s scientific insights have been widely disseminated via his best-selling book, [Read more…]
Nootropics, or ‘smart drugs’, are substances that enhance memory, focus and other areas of cognition. To be classed as a nootropic, a drug must: • Enhance learning and memory • Protect the brain from physical or chemical injury • Improve memory in the presence of adverse conditions, such as electric shock and hypoxia • Improve muscle control • Have extremely low toxicity and few side effects At first, nootropics were used exclusively to help people with impaired cognition, but healthy people are increasingly using them to improve their day-to-day mental performance and productivity. A range of nootropics are now available. Read on to find out which is best for your situation.
Nootropics and Gaming: Power Up Your Performance in the Virtual World Down Under
Levelling Up: The Gaming Landscape in Australia and Its Cognitive Implications Video gaming is a dynamic frontier that has enthralled nearly 67% of Australians, with an astounding 70% participating in their virtual adventures daily. From the pixelated adventures of the [Read more…]
Vitamin D: Brain Benefits, Dosing, and Safety
While initially touted as a vitamin for bone health, over the past few decades, research has uncovered that vitamin D is an essential vitamin for overall brain health. Around the world, vitamin D deficiency is the most common nutrient deficiency, [Read more…]
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