Technology is evolving faster than our bodies.
When the United States began in the 1700s, farming would have looked nearly identical to what it looked like in ancient Rome, as would many other aspects of society.
But since that time, change has increased exponentially quickly. And the rate of change is accelerating, particularly since the invention of computing technology.
Physically, human beings have changed somewhat also. We are taller, on average. We live longer. Our birth rates are lower, but survival rates higher.
But the demands we place on our bodies have dramatically changed. Instead of plowing fields and growing wheat for our bread (tasks now often completed by machine), many people sit at a computer all day. Instead of going to bed and getting up largely by sunset and sunrise, more than 35% of adult Americans are short slept (less than the recommended 7 hours of sleep per night).
To put it simply, we ask less of our bodies but much more of our brains than we ever have in human history.
Somehow we have to keep up with evolution.
To answer the call, nootropics have emerged as a growing market.
The $2 billion nootropics market is anticipated to reach $5.32 billion by 2026.
Given the continual increase in mental workload on the average American, that may be a conservative estimate. As word spreads that a “smart drug” or “limitless pill” may exist, the market grows.
The coined word “nootropics” means to change or turn the mind. Nootropics empower individuals to take evolution into their own hands, turning their minds in the direction of their full potential.
But are nootropics too good to be true?
Even caffeine is a nootropic.
A nootropic is anything that enhances physical or mental performance.
What’s more, taking nootropics supplements can help make up for nutritional deficiencies in the food supply and the standard American diet. In that sense, nootropics can help set a new baseline, a better starting point for improving health and mental function.
Some common reasons to take nootropic supplements include:
- Athletes looking for a safe, legal competitive edge,
- Programmers elevating their game,
- Health-conscious individuals looking to achieve or maintain a healthy physique or ideal weight,
- Entrepreneurs seeking a competitive edge in a global marketplace,
- Anyone desiring peak performance at school or work.
While nootropic supplements are not a substitute for competent medical care, their use is being explored for a wide variety of health and medical conditions, including:
- Alzheimer’s and Dementia
- High Blood Pressure and Hypertension
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Mental health issues such as Depression, Anxiety, and Schizophrenia
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
The science is still evolving, but research into these areas has exciting potential for human evolution and the treatment of disease.
The Best Nootropics
All that being said, no individual nootropic can claim to be everything. A single vitamin, a single herb, even an individual nootropic drug cannot make medical claims.
For one, supplements and drugs sold on the supplement market legally cannot make health and medical claims.
Secondly, the most effective nootropics for any individual include the best vitamins and herbs for maximum function of that individual.
For this reason, we offer two key pieces of advice:
- Familiarize yourself with the vitamins and herbs used as nootropics. The more knowledge you have about their potential, the more likely you will be to identify the ones that will best serve your needs.
- Keep excellent records. As you try your nootropics, you’ll need to record your subjective experience to know if your nootropics work for you. When you’re talking about vitamins like vitamin A, B, D, etc, they need time to accumulate in your bloodstream to make a difference in your mood, mental state, etc.
If you do these things, you can see for yourself what works best for you.
We scour the research and source selectively to bring you the very best nootropics available now, in 2020.
Our MindTech formula utilizes only the safest, most effective natural nootropic remedies to help you boost your performance.
You can keep up with the demands of Twenty-first Century life. You just might need to give yourself a little extra edge.