What are nootropics to perform long and short term memory?
I never use a NOOtropic before. Please I need your advice,
I want something for help study, increase concentration,
perform short/ long term memory.
I study to 10-12 hours at day .
If you want to try pre-made stacks my favorite was TruBrain. It's a good product and worked well for me but a few of my friends got no effect from it. If you are going to make your own stack then I would start with the basic amino acids, choline source and cycle through the racetams. It took me a few hundred dollars and a few months to optimize my stack but it was worth it. Theres also a company that will send out sample stacks to test that could save time and money.
Anxiety can also lead to loss of focus, so make sure to de-stress effectively. Meditation, a cup of tea, picking up some sort of repetitive craft, regular exercise etc. have all been demonstrated to reduce stress. As a grad student, I'd be surprised if stress wasn't your biggest hurdle. If you've made it this far, you're clearly smart enough. YOU CAN DO THIS! I BELIEVE IN YOU!
It took me a month to get my dosing right with Bromantane. It made me sleepy at first and with low doses. It's a great anxiolytic Noot, but requires patience to make it work in a stack. I found 100 mg to be a good dose in my stacks with energizing Noots.
Coluracetam: 10 mg
PRL: 10 mg
Alpha GPC: 300 mg
Is a great stack. But I've never taken it for 3 weeks in a row, just used it 1-3x a week.
Aniracetam stacks well with everything, it's redundant to use it with Colur though. They are very similar IMO, Colur slightly more energizing.
If you bought an additional Noot, I would recommend Oxiracetam or Pramiracetam.
Ani: 350 mg
Oxi: 700-1000 mg
Alpha GPC: 300 mg
Or substitute Prami for Oxi at 300 mg.
Theanine goes well with everything. I take 200 mg for daytime and if I can't sleep bump it up at night to 400.
I stack Noopept, Piracetam, and AGPC regularly.
Theanine I have to be careful with bc using it too often or too much can make me slightly depressed and tired. I generally save it for bedtime a few days a week.
Tea drinking for lyf.
Only side effects were mild stomach upset for first few doses.
Lion's Mane mushroom is my suggestion
For those who have trouble with their memory, particularly short-term memory, I would recommend this substance.
and correct sleep patterns to get ideal rest