Description

Made from a powerful blend of vitamins, amino acids and other essential building blocks for a healthy brain, NooCube promises to enhance brain function by improving memory, focus and concentration. Labeled ‘smart drugs’ due to their ability to enhance cognitive function.

NooCube is a synergistic blend of nootropics which helps support and enhance your focus, mental speed and memory. Safely and effectively improve your cognitive functioning with this powerful blend of vitamins, amino acids and other essential building blocks for a healthy, well-functioning brain.

  • Enhance your cognitive function
  • Heighten your concentration and focus
  • Improve your memory and learning

Research shows that demamd of nootropics are growing by 10% every year. Now, let’s discuss the key systems nootropics target and what effects they can produce.

The Cholinergic System: Acetylcholine

Acetylcholine is essential to countless cognitive functions and plays a role in learning, memory, decision-making, focus, and sensory perception. Because of its large role in a variety of tasks, acetylcholine is plentiful in the brain when individuals consume a well-balanced diet.

Nootropics like Alpha GPC, a choline, as well as citicholine support the development of acetylcholine in the brain. However, when used alone these substances don’t tend to produce optimal effects for users.

Many combine cholines like Alpha GPC with racetams like Piracetam, Aniracetam, Oxiracetam, and Pramiracetam for the best results. Racetams increase the synapses in the brain related to acetylcholine while producing no more of this neurotransmitter itself. Thus, when combined with a choline like Alpha GPC, you’re increasing the production of the neurotransmitter and its ability to work via synapses in the brain.

As such, a stack consisting of both cholines and racetams will improve learning abilities and memory, producing the benefits users seek.

The Glutamatergic System: Glutamate

Glutamate plays an essential role in maintaining brain health, learning, and memory. Glutamate is also converted into GABA in the brain, which is another neurotransmitter directly related to mood (in a positive way, of course!).

The brain cannot function properly without adequate levels of glutamate and when levels are either too high or too low, individuals can develop conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, ADHD, Parkinson’s disease, and autism.

Racetams, peptides, and ampakines, three types of nootropics, stimulate NMDA and AMPA receptor sites to increase glutamate uptake. This can play a preventative role in protecting against the development of these health conditions while improving memory, focus, and energy levels.

Dopaminergic and Serotonergic Systems

Dopamine and serotonin are two of the most influential neurotransmitters when it comes to pleasure and happiness. And while nootropics don’t target dopamine or serotonin systems as effectively as other chemicals, they can be affected by supplements in terms of mood, motivation, focus, reward, and memory.

Smart drugs, particularly Adderall and Ritalin, are known to be addictive because they are amphetamine compounds that stimulate dopamine production directly. As such, you should use supplements like this with caution. There are other supplements that directly impact serotonin, though they aren’t addictive nor are they typically classified as nootropics.

However, it’s worth noting that very specific types of nootropics can affect dopamine and serotonin receptors, though not as extensively as acetylcholine or glutamate.

It’s Important to Understand How Nootropics Work Before Taking Them Yourself

After all, you should want to understand how each chemical can affect your brain structure and processes before introducing nootropics to your body.

With a basic comprehension of neurotransmitters and synapses, you’ll have a more complete understanding of how all nootropics work. However, you should research the effects and processes of each nootropic you’re considering to ensure you know everything you should before consumption.

In fact, doing so ensures you’re getting the benefits you expect as well, making it all the more essential before you create and take your own stack.