Nootropics: What are They, and How do They Work?
Nootropics make your brain a more efficient machine. Your brain changes every time you have a new thought or create a new memory. The more you learn, the fitter your brain becomes.
Many of us are frazzled, distracted and unable to concentrate. When we’re pulled in so many directions, it’s difficult if not impossible to perform at a premium level. Our brains aren’t open to learning. Instead, we’re just surviving – meeting the status quo.
When your brain gets the nutrition it needs, it functions better. During an average day, our brains are on overload, and it can be difficult to concentrate, or take in and process information.
History of nootropics
Dr. Corneliu Giurgea developed the first nootropic, called piracetam, in 1964 to treat motion sickness. He soon found that piracetam could impact the brain’s capabilities in a positive way. He later coined the term “nootropics,” a Greek combination of the terms “nous” (mind) and “trepein” (bend). Nootropics, he believed, could “bend the mind.” And that’s exactly what they do. They modulate the cognitive blueprint.
Expanding the brain’s capabilities
It’s vital to take care of your mental and physical health. With that in mind, Le-Vel developed a premium nootropic, Expand. One of our most exciting product launches to date, Expand is a cognitive-supporting supplement. It supports improved concentration and focus, optimizing your ability to learn.
Expand reinforces the brain’s inherent capabilities — effectively and naturally. Like all Le-Vel products, Expand contains premium-grade ingredients. Its superior formula and delivery system delivers maximum results. It’s easy-to-use and you can carry it with you on the go.
Take two Expand capsules a day, preferably with a meal. Stay consistent with it as results are achieved with consistent daily supplementation.
Nootropics represent the next frontier of health and wellness. When you’re taking care of your mental and physical health, you can live life on all cylinders – and what’s better than that?