9 Reasons Elite Entrepreneurs Are Using Smart Pills To Crush Work
Popularized on college campuses and in movies like “Limitless,” According to CNN smart drugs are finding their way into more and more startups and are being used by founders and employees to improve efficiency, memory retention, focus and energy. Here are 9 reasons why. 1. The real life “Limitless”? Sort... Read more
Your Brain During an Orgasm
You have probably never thought about what your brain was doing when you were having an orgasm. After all, you were kind of busy. What happens to your brain while you are having sex? Well, your brain acts kind of like a pleasure center. It’s what tells you whether... Read more
Yes, Working Out Does Help Your Brain
You already work out and try to eat healthy. You know that eating healthy and working out makes you look younger, helps your skin and keeps your weight down. You do it not just for the way you look, you know that having a very sedentary lifestyle can be... Read more
How Does Your Brain Make Decisions?
You make so many decisions a day, it’s kind of crazy. You make the decision of what to eat for lunch, for instance. You make the decision of which cereal to buy at the store. You make the decision to merge into the right lane or stay in the... Read more
Would you become ‘Lucy’ if you could use 100% of your brain?
The premise behind the blockbuster Summer movie Lucy is simple and a little out there. What if we could use more than 10% of our brains? Would you become telepathic, suddenly be able to read other languages and choose not to feel pain? Lucy can. The problem is that... Read more
What is a Nootropic?
Nootropics, also referred to as smart drugs, memory enhancers, neuro enhancers, cognitive enhancers, and intelligence enhancers, are drugs, supplements, nutraceuticals, and functional foods that improve mental functions such as cognition, memory, intelligence,motivation, attention, and concentration. Originally in order to be considered nootropic a compound would need to:  Enhance learning  Resist impairing agents  Facilitate interhemispheric transfers of information  Enhance resistance to brain “aggressions”  Increase tonic, cortico-subcortical... Read more
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