Would you take a pill that could make you smarter, even for a few hours?
The movie "Limitless" starring Bradley Cooper came out in 2011 and it is every information worker's dream.
The premise is exciting and was based on Modafinil.
But does it work?
Let's find out.
However, anything that alters the biochemistry of the body could have potential side effects.
I have listed below some non-intrusive ways and some supplements I've found over the years with various degrees of effectiveness.
David Monroe discovered binaural beats by accident in the 1950s and went on to create a technology that is still being used today by meditation practitioners and neuroscientists to help entrain the brain with certain frequencies.
is a device I discovered in the past 3 months. This is a headset that uses red and blue lights in both the ears and eyes.
The effect after a session is noticeable and improves overall cognitive function.
is a device that goes around your neck and emits frequencies. As it says on the website, “The Hapbee Wearable plays recordings of a molecule’s unique magnetic frequency.
Your body feels the effects of the molecule without the side effects from ingesting the compound.” I will be testing it in the next couple of weeks when it arrives and writing an update.
by Dr. Daniel Amen is the authority on the brain. After studying 1000s of SPECT scans and discovering patterns and ways to improve brain health and reverse trauma. I have been using the supplements for over 2 years now and have seen a noticeable difference.
have many positive reviews about their supplements and just got their Quaila Focus and will be trying it out this week.