6 Amazing Ways Smart Drugs Will Change Your Life (part 2)

Continued from Part 1

Have you ever contemplated on how much different your life could be if you were just able to be a little smarter, a little wittier, or even just slightly sharper? Imagine the possibilities if we had the ability to just reroute a little bit of our mental power so that we could have increased focus, memory, creativity, alertness, or motivation whenever we needed a little bump in the right direction. Life would be a breeze!

Well, what if I told you that there are ways to do such things? If you wanted to, you could easily just take a pill that will work on your brain and improve upon all the aforementioned things. If you were thinking of NZT-48 from the limitless pill, I’ll break it to you now – that’s not what we’re talking about. But there exists certain supplements called smart drugs, or ‘nootropics’, that basically enhance the way your brain works by supplying it with vital nutrition. They’re available off-prescription and are perfectly healthy for you too! But the questions is this,

What could you really do given the power to enhance your brain’s capabilities?

This is a three-part article, so if you’ve landed on this one first, you might have missed Part 1 here, so don’t forget to check that out as well.

Here’s what you can do with Smart Drugs:

3.Counter Stress Like it’s No One’s Business. In an age where competition for work and academia is at an all-time high, where everything is being built around multitasking and the ability to get tons of work done at the same time, stress is running rampant. It is difficult enough to try to get a project done, but today, you need to do that, be able to manage three or four micro-projects, and maintain relationships with your friends and loved ones as well! It’s unreal – but luckily for you, your nootropic is your secret weapon. Some nootropics contain very soothing properties that allow you to cope much, much better than even methods like meditation.

4. Revitalize Your Memory. We don’t normally think about how good our memory is. We are always using it, but it is only in the rarest of occasions when we aren’t able to remember something, do we actually notice that it isn’t as good as we want it to be. While nootropics don’t really give you photographic memory or the ability to remember the first 100 decimals of Pi, they do allow you the ability to significantly remember information here and there – things stored in short-term memory – such as names and phone numbers, while also allowing you to recall information so much faster.

Continued in Part 3