Sometimes little things can have big effects. This certainly seems to be true of sulbutiamine. By tweaking a simple B vitamin, scientists were able to create a powerful nootropic that reduces fatigue, boosts mood, decreases anxiety, improves memory, and creates a general feeling of well-being.
Category: Mood (Page 2 of 2)
When people ask me, “What is the best and most powerful all-around nootropic?” I almost always give them the same answer: Noopept.
This nootropic has steadily gained in popularity over the past few years. And for good reason, too. It’s affordable and it works. Plain and simple.
Noopept is considered to be 1,000 times more potent than the common nootropic, piracetam. You heard me right: one thousand times stronger. For this reason, people report amazing results with a very low dose. This is another one of the reasons that Noopept is so popular.
Everybody gets the blues every now and then. It’s a part of life. In our fast-paced world, sometimes our emotions are like roller coasters. Up and down, up and down.
This, of course, is perfectly normal. Some people have extreme, long-lasting bouts of severe depression, which isn’t normal. If you’re experiencing severe depression, then you should see a mental health professional.
But if you are looking for something to help give you a nice mood-boost, then you’re in the right place. I’m talking about 5-HTP. You’ve probably heard of it already. It’s used by thousands of people to help improve their mood and to get restful sleep.
Have you ever met someone that always seems to be in a good mood? Have you ever wondered how they could possibly be so happy all the time?
It all comes down to brain chemistry. There are chemicals in the brain, called neurotransmitters, that regulate how we feel. We know that certain neurotransmitters, like serotonin, dopamine, and GABA all affect our mood.
Sometimes the levels of these neurotransmitters get so out of whack that it causes severe depression. Major depressive disorder is a common illness in the United States. It affects 14.8 million Americans. And 13 percent of American adults are taking at least one prescription anti-depressant.
But what if you are not clinically depressed, but are looking for a non-prescription mood-boosting supplement? Well then, you’re in the right place. We are going to look at the best nootropics for mood.