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How Bacopa Can Help Improve Your Cognitive Function

How Bacopa Can Help Improve Your Cognitive Function

Bacopa Monnieri Can Help Improve Your Cognitive Function Reprinted with the kind permission of Dr. Mercola.Bacopa (Bacopa monnieri), or moneywort, is a popular herb in Ayurvedic medicine that has been used in India for over three centuries. The bacopa herb is commonly known as a nootropic herb, which means that it can help repair damaged neurons...

What Are Nootropics? Why Successful People Are Using Them For Focus

What Are Nootropics? Why Successful People Are Using Them For Focus

Nootropics is a term for “smart drugs” or cognitive enhancers, which are natural or synthetic compounds that improve brain function Between the high-performing entrepreneurs of Silicon Valley and the cutthroat Wall Street world, nootropics are growing in popularity and usage. The film, “Limitless,” brought cognitive enhancement into the mainstream by showing a fictitious and exaggerated...

Can Supplements Improve Memory?

Can Supplements Improve Memory?

Can Supplements Improve Memory? Few things are more unnerving than the memory lapses most of us experience as we grow older. Younger people forget things all the time, of course, but for their elders these lapses (the mislaid word, name, key or to-do list) call up the threat of permanent memory loss, as in Alzheimer’s...

8 Ways to Energize Each Morning

8 Ways to Energize Each Morning

8 Ways to Energize Each Morning To have a truly wonderful day, getting it started with your best foot forward. Workdays are more productive when you hit the ground running. Here’s how to make certain you’ve got the energy to start your day right, and keep it moving forward. 1. Inspire your body. When you’re...

Severely High Cholesterol Often Untreated

Severely High Cholesterol Often Untreated

Severely High Cholesterol Often Untreated Many patients with dangerously high cholesterol or a genetic predisposition to it don’t take statin drugs that can lower cholesterol, a U.S. study suggests. Statins were being taken by just 52 percent of adults with what’s known as familial hypercholesterolemia, a genetic disorder that causes extremely high cholesterol and an...

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