The human brain is the most complex object in the known universe.
The brain is the command center for the human nervous system. It receives signals from the body’s sensory organs and outputs information to the muscles. The human brain has the same basic structure as other mammal brains but is larger in relation to body size than any other brain. It controls most of the activities of the body, processing, integrating, and coordinating the information it receives from the sense organs and making decisions as to the instructions sent to the rest of the body. The brain is contained in, and protected by, the skull bones of the head.
What are Nootropics?
Nootropics are smart drugs/supplements and cognitive enhancers, and other substances that are claimed to improve cognitive function, particularly executive functions, memory, creativity, or motivation, in healthy individuals. While many substances are purported to improve cognition, research is at a preliminary stage as of 2021, and the effects of the majority of these agents are not fully determined.
Most of us are familiar with the Hollywood movie The Matrix. In the first part of The Matrix, when Morpheus meets Neo for the first time in a room, he offers him two pills (Blue & Red). We cannot exactly say that those were Nootropics but somehow we can relate those pills with the nootropics.
Caffeine is ostensibly the most powerful nootropic you can discover, improving your readiness and center while reviving your response times. At the point when joined with L-Theanine, which checks most the unfriendly results, this is the best nootropic for remaining in caution.
Use of Nootropics
Nootropics can be used by all categories of healthy people including professionals, athletes, students, competitors, and active people over the age of 55.
Side-effects of Nootropics
The abuse of nootropics—any substance that may modify, improve, or increase intellectual execution, essentially through the incitement or restraint of specific synapses—may possibly be perilous and harmful to the human mind, and certain people with a background marked by mental or substance use issues may face adverse effects. Long-term safety evidence is typically unavailable for nootropics. Side effects may include insomnia, blurry vision, high blood pressure, a fast heart rate, circulation problems, and addiction.