Using Nootropics For Anxiety and Depression

What your doctor is giving you for anxiety and depression

People go to there doctors and they prescribe them a anti-depressant with all these side effects and it make you feel like a zombie and nauseous. Then they prescribe you a  tranquilizer for your anxiety, not telling you its addicting. Then you have another problem which is addiction.

Not only that tranquilizers make you unmotivated to do anything so be prepared to sleep all day and waste you valuable time. when you could be making something of yourself. So this is where nootropics come into play.

Less side effects then prescriptions

Nootropics are a wonderful thing not only do they have less side effects but it expands your mind at the molecular level. It has neuro-protective properties and helps your brain function at a higher performance rate.

It helps fire neurons in your brain that usually doesn’t fire off. You will learn faster and have a better memory. What your doctor prescribes you does the exact opposite it destroys neurons in your brain overtime. So what are nootropics and how can they help you in life?

What nootropics can do for you

Nootropics also known as smart drugs and cognitive enhancers, are drugs, supplements, and other substances that improve cognitive function, particularly executive functions, memory, creativity, or motivation, in healthy individuals. By take nootropics you will gain motivation which the stuff your doctor prescribes you kills your drive to do anything productive and screws up your memory.

You’ll feel the difference of your brain working with you and not against you. A plus to is you will be able to get rid of mental fog. in the end it’s your life you can do what you want.  So what type of nootropics will help you with anxiety and depression?

There are many options you can go with for anxiety and depression with nootropics. There is fast acting like Phenibut  and Tianeptine which can be addicting if you use them daily meant only when you really need it max 3 Times a week and never go over recommended dosage.

Lets be responsible people. Then you have nootropics that work fast but need to be built up in your system like Adrafinil, Coluracetam, and Lion’s Mane. There is actually many more but I think these ones are the best off my personal experience. So now how can they help you? what do they each do?

Phenibut

Phenibut is a nootropics that was originally introduced in Russia. This nootropics is known to be cognitive enhancing and can improve brain performance to alleviate stress. It stimulates dopamine and processes a neurotransmitter that is responsible for improving an individual’s mood, making him/her feel happy, positive and motivated.

Phenibut is also known to be a “calming nootropics”, meaning it fights away the feelings of stress and being tensed up, leaving a light and relaxed feeling. The allowable dosage per day is 250 mg. This nootropics is also being looked at as a potential anti-depressant substance. Be careful and my suggestion use it when you need it. If you want to try it Buy Here

Tianeptine

Tianeptine is another nootropic for major depression . It works by increasing serotonin uptake in the brain, stimulating glutamate, AMPA, and NDMA receptors. Tianeptine can also release brain-derived neurotrophic factor, in short BDNF. BDNF supports the survival, growth, and differentiation of neurons and synapses. First of all, depression has shown to decrease brain capacity and mass. Plus, it hurts its ability to form new brain cells. Tianeptine can inhibit structural changes and brain impairments in the hippocampus caused by mood disorders.

A meta-analysis and a placebo-controlled study reveal tianeptine is as effective as SSRI, if not better. It also lacks side effects on memory, attention, and sexual dysfunction, which SSRIs can cause. Most of the studies with good results took more than a month. If you decide to try, wait at least three months. Be careful, it’s a powerful substance. Make sure to follow the recommended 12.5mg dose, three times per day. If you want to try it Buy Here

Adrafinil

Unlike the others,Adrafinil is lightly liver toxic and may negatively effect overall liver health and function. I recommend only taking 3 times a week.

The idea behind this supplement is that it effects the dopamine and serotonin systems within the brain. This helps to promote a state of what the creators call “wakefulness.” Many users do report getting tremendous productivity enhancements out of this and do see a reduction in their laziness, anxiety, and depression related issues. If you want to try it Buy Here

Lion’s Mane

This is a nootropic but also a mushroom. This is one of the best all natural nootropics. Components and extracts of Lion’s Mane have proven antibiotic, anticancer, neuroprotective, fat- and glucose-lowering effects. This mushroom also protects against stomach ulcers, improves anxiety, cognitive function, and depression, and has anti-fatigue and anti-aging properties. This enhances everything in the body. It also can release brain-derived neurotrophic factor, in short BDNF. If you want to try it Buy Here

Coluracetam

Coluracetam is a nootropic used to help memory and learning, depression, anxiety, as well as to improve vision. After taking coluracetam, I can understand why it is being researched as a treatment for depression. It helped me remain more positive and upbeat throughout the day. I also seemed to make things more enjoyable in general. If you want to try it Buy Here

In Conclusion

They are many more nootropics that can relieve Anxiety and Depression. These are the ones we think are the best. The choice is yours to use these products instead of prescribed drugs. The most we got from taking them was a headache but usually from not taking any choline with it. I hoped this helped.

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2 thoughts on “Using Nootropics For Anxiety and Depression

  1. Daniella

    Hi there,

    WOW, I really liked the reading!

    My husband suffers from anxiety for years now and all the pills he has taken until today did some damages at its stomach. So he stopped taking them and started meditation, but he feels it’s not enough. The list of nootropics seems to be excellent. The nootropics that interest me the most is Lion’s mane because it is natural and does not affect the liver. Have you already tried the Lion? If so, how was it?

    Thank you for this useful post!

    1. Thank you and lions mane I take it everyday it always keeps me positive and I can focus on my everyday goals. it can benefit your whole body.

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