Want To Boost Your Brain Power? Try One Of These Supplements

Mind over matter.

by Natalia Lusinski
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And if you prefer to drink something brain-boosting instead of taking a supplement in pill form, you can try Magic Mind. Each energy shot contains nootropics (which help improve cognitive function) and adaptogens to help you combat brain fog, procrastination, and exhaustion.
You may know that Omega-3 fatty acids are good for you, and XOmegas™, by Love Wellness, contain both EPA and DHA, two critical ones that “operate like premium brain fuel,” the brand states. They not only help cognitive functioning, but also deliver nutrients to your brain for a more balanced mood.
Sustained Focus by Nature’s Way can help alleviate stress, as well as improve your concentration. With amino acids like Suntheanine® L-Theanine and Neumentix® spearmint, the supplement promotes calmness, yet focus.
If you’re looking for a non-pill brain health supplement, Cerebelly Smart Bars contain sweetness from strawberries and beets — and there’s no added sugar. They also have 15 brain-supporting nutrients, making them an ideal snack.
Ginkgo has a long history — dating back to prehistoric times — as a good-for-you supplement. And this Ginkgo Biloba by Nature’s Bounty can help brain health, improving your alertness, concentration, and memory. It’s definitely worth a try (and only requires you to take one pill a day).
If you’d like more mental clarity, focus, and memory improvement, Qualia Mind by Neurohacker Collective may help. And it’s not just any supplement — it was developed with input by dozens of MDs and PhDs, the company states on its website — and aims to up the production of key neurotransmitters.
CocoaVia™ Brain Health: Memory & Focus states that it focuses on five main areas: complex attention, executive cognitive function, word recall, long-term memory, and visual memory. Certainly sounds appealing, right?
MOSH says it’s “a protein bar made for your brain” and contains healthy ingredients like lion’s mane and ashwagandha. It was created by Maria Shriver, whose mother had Alzheimer’s, and her son, Patrick. Shriver is a big advocate of brain health and the founder of The Women's Alzheimer's Movement.
If you’re not sure where to start on your bairn health journey, Thesis has a Nootropics Starter Kit which they say can help your focus and energy, as well as conquer procrastination. So if you want to build your mental stamina, it’s worth checking out.

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