Peptides vs Nootropics- Best Way To Improve Cognitive Function

By Brian Graham | Peptides

Apr 12

Leaving your lunch on the counter or forgetting your password at work can be inconvenient. An increase in the frequency of these memory lapses can be cause for concern of greater issues.

Brain health and cognitive function have found a place at the forefront of medical conversation. With the realities of older generations being diagnosed with diseases like Alzheimer’s, combined with the general memory struggles associated with aging, society has become more aware of the importance of taking care of the brain.

Of course, the sudden onslaught of people seeking to improve cognition has led to a vast selection of cognitive enhancing drugs (known formally as nootropics). Further enhancing the market is the use of nootropics by younger generations to improve the quality of scholastic and career work.

The trick now is shuffling through all the options and determining what is safe, effective, and provides long-term returns. The peptides vs nootropics battle is not so much about which works. It is about which one works safely and stands the test of time.

Nootropic Stacking Is Unsustainable

Nootropic stacking has become a popular method of addressing cognitive needs. Why take only one nootropic supplement for memory if you also need help with focus? To fulfill the desire to attend to the multiplicity of cognitive deficits, many are stacking nootropics.

The truth is, nootropic stacking works at first in many cases. However, it is an unsustainable routine. These multi-modal approaches often end up stressing the liver or becoming ineffective over time.

Safe, Sustainable and Effective Methods Exist

Many nootropic stacks are understudied. This equates to gambling with your neurochemistry where you are hoping for cognitive enhancement and praying you don’t cause permanent damage.

What if there was a safe and sustainable way to increase your focus and improve your ability to learn? Specifically designed peptides like Cerebrolysin, Dihexa, Selank, and Semax increase the brain-derived nootropic factor and neuro growth factor. These factors impact the metabolism of the brain and subsequently your ability to focus and overall brain health.

In addition, peptides offer a potential improvement to the ability of your brain to create synapses. This separates peptides from nootropic regimens, as peptides can introduce long term benefits that would disappear after discontinuing other nootropic modalities.

Many supplements offer “natural remedies” but peptides are naturally occurring in the body. Clinical introduction of peptides only enhances functions that are already being performed by your brain.

Conclusion: Peptides vs Nootropics

Brain health, memory, and focus are all popular topics amongst those interested in personal health and longevity. A variety of nootropic drugs and supplements have entered the market, making it confusing to determine what is safest and best.

The Boulder Longevity Institute offers a potentially life-changing method of improving cognition that is safe and sustainable. Contact BLI to discuss your needs and how peptides can improve your cognitive function.

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