CAN NOOTROPICS MAKE ME LIVE LONGER?
THERE ARE MANY SUPPLEMENTS, FOODS, LIFESTYLES AND THE HOLY GRAIL THAT ARE SAID TO IMPROVE THE HUMAN ABILITY TO LIVE LONGER.
Whilst some people look to change their lifestyles, eat healthier, exercise and create better sleeping patterns, there are some of us that also look to supplements to give the body’s ability to perform better, that extra nudge in the right direction. You have to ask yourself can Nootropics make me live longer the same way that the doctors propose eating healthy and exercise does? Since the development of Nootropics, in particular the Racetam family developed in the 70’s. More and more research has taken place into studying their effects and their potential benefits not only to improve the brains functions, but also to fight off old age and degenerative states that degrade the brains ability to function properly. Studies have shown that all the Racetams do indeed have a positive effect on the brain allowing an increase in thought clarity, cognitive functions and memory which in turn have a direct effect on ones own longevity and ability to live life to the full whilst growing old. All though their are no conclusive studies that prove 100% Racetams will actually make you live longer, when asking can nootropics make me live longer, their is evidence that some racetams enhance protein synthesis in the brain, which is essential for long term memory. Also, it increases the flow of information between right/left hemispheres of the brain. This increase in information transition in the brain allows for many potential benefits in maintaining the brains health, keeping your brain at peak physical performance much like an athlete using their muscles to run, and as its your brain that controls pretty much everything in your body, its a safe assumption to make that if you have a healthy brain the rest of you shouldn’t be that far behind. It maybe some time before studies become conclusive, but rest assured research will continue as some of the larger research laboratories and medical companies will study the effects of Nootropics as potentially these supplements could have more benefits than we already know. No doubt over the next few years we will know even more about the benefits of taking Nootropics supplements.