PEScience TruCDP Cognitive Support Nootropic Review
Nootropics are fairly new to me and I only really came to know about them because a good friend suggested that I try them due to my current lifestyle of long days involving work, gym, rugby training and other activities.
All-in-all, I have a fairly busy schedule for 5 days of the week, not forgetting playing rugby on Saturday and being hungover on Sunday. But not only is it busy, I have to be concentrating. I have to concentrate for 4 hours driving each day, once at work it isn’t a case of switching of mentally – I have to react to many different situations and make sales, ensure I am generating enough revenue for the companies targets. Then once I am home, it’s a whole different job of research and writing to ensure the site is current and fresh.
My previous form of attack (and defense) to my daily routine was caffeine, lots of caffeine. However, this brings a whole world of it’s own problems. It becomes difficult to multi-task, difficult to switch from one task to another and react to clients and/or the changing situation, research the market place and generally see through to the next day or plan your week.
This is where Nootropics came in, my friend is a neurologist and had mentioned the burgeoning popularity of nootropics and smart drugs especially used by college students and professionals alike striving for those top grades and jobs.
The idea is that the ingredients in Nootropic products feed the brain with the nutrients it needs to be razor sharp, they heighten your senses again so to speak. A car will not run properly without the correct mixture of fuel and air, neither will your brain if it isn’t getting everything it needs.
What Are Nootropics
Nootropics, also known as smart drugs, are products that help stimulate and increase cognitive function, with particular focus on executive functions, memory, focus, creativity and motivation.
People are learning that relying on cups of coffee and tea isn’t too healthy and isn’t always the answer, I have been using MindLap Pro recently and whilst being initially skeptical I was pleasantly surprised with the results and have been taking them ever since.
There are studies available for all to see that people with a higher IQ tend to earn more than their less gifted counterparts, now this screams common sense, however, plenty of people do not reach their full potential and fall in to the old trap of routine even with a good standard of intelligence – these nootropics will not make you smarter so to speak, but they can help lift the fog and aid with concentration and focus.
From scholars, truck drivers, dentists to machine operators, we may all be able to benefit.
Cognizin (citicoline) – Studies have shown that it can have beneficial effects both in degenerative and in vascular cognitive decline.
Does it Work?
Well, the studies are out there and this will have an effect, it can assist with focus and concentration meaning you can crack on with whatever it is you need to do with minimum distraction. Be it revision for exams or just blitzing through those sets at the gym. However, it is somewhat lacking in some areas…
My Review Conclusion:
There’s no doubt this will assist. Yet, I feel that the job is not really done and complete there. If you compare this to MindLap Pro I cannot help but think we’re being short changed with this product. Just for comparison, there are a further 10 ingredients found in MindLap Pro including this one at the required 250mg. Therefore with the MindLab Pro you are getting a full bodied product that will assist with full cognitive performance.
This is like ordering a great burger but only specifying the meat with no pickles, onions, lettuce, tomato, cheese, fries or soda. It’s good but you’re just not getting the full works. You can read more about it here.