Top Rated Nootropics of 2017

Top Rated Nootropics of 2016
Editor's Note: This article has been recently updated with latest information and research studies.

We live in an era where efficiency is key to survival, and this has resulted in an increase* in popularity of smart drugs called nootropics according to Observer. In case you are interested in learning more about nootropics and what are the Top Rated Nootropics of 2017 that are available in the market today, then keep reading.

What do you mean by Nootropics?

Nootropics otherwise known as cognitive enhancers are types of drugs meant to treat* cognitive problems in certain brain disease or even natural age-related cognitive decline. When we say cognitive problems, what we mean is issues relating to memory, attention, executive functioning, perception, and even psychomotor functioning. The term nootropics was coined in 1972 after scientists discovered that piracetam improved* cognitive functioning. While some nootropics are produced in the laboratory, others are derived from natural and herbal sources.

Do Nootropics Boost* Concentration and Focus?

Nootropics can increase* your concentration and focus by improving* your brain’s health and neurotransmitter levels. Some nootropics like caffeine were found in studies to significantly increase* alertness, focus, and concentration. However, caffeine can also cause nervousness when used in its pure form. Wakefulness-promoting nootropics such as modafinil can increase* alertness as can psychostimulants such as amphetamines that are used in the treatment of ADHD.

Are Nootropics Really Good?

Nootropics can be good when used accordingly. Some pharmaceutical nootropics were specifically designed for people with cognitive abnormalities such as Alzheimer’s disease and sleep, schizophrenia, and ADHD. Use of these nootropics by healthy people is not advised. A better alternative for healthy people wishing to improve* their cognitive performance is taking natural and herbal nootropics which were also found to be very effective.

How to Choose the Best Nootropic?

The best nootropics are those that a proven to be safe and effective through clinical trials. The best nootropics support the brain’s healthy via reducing* oxidative stress, brain cell death, and neurotransmitter deficit and increasing* cerebral blood flow, neurotransmitter connections, and improving* brain structure.

Here are the Top Rated Nootropics

#1 Provasil


At the top of our list, we’ve put Provasil, an all-natural nootropic. Made only with high-quality natural ingredients, Provasil was designed to improve* overall brain functioning in age-related cognitive decline. Provasil contains natural ingredients such as phosphatidylcholine which was found in a study published in Journal of Neural Transmission to improve* the synthesis of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter responsible for memory performance that also declines with age. Furthermore, provasil contains natural B vitamins which support brain physiology and antioxidants that help prevent brain cell death caused by free radicals.

#2 Geniux


Geniux is another all-natural brain enhancement supplement designed to improve* memory and alertness in relatively healthy individuals experiencing problems with cognitive performance which might be affecting their work or school. Geniux improves* neurotransmitter levels with Alpha GPC and cerebral blood flow with Bacopa Monnieri. Tyrosine which is a type of amino acid was added in Geniux because it was found to improve* working memory in situations requiring multitasking. Another study found that tyrosine improved* cognitive performance and decreased* blood pressure in 21 cadets undergoing a military training course.

#3 Lipogen PS Plus

Lipogen PS Plus

Studies on rats have found that stress caused hippocampal atrophy learning impairment. Stress has a strong negative effect on brain health and functioning which is why managing stress is important to preserve your sanity and good cognitive functioning. Lipogen PS Plus was designed to control daily stress levels while also supporting brain health. The soy-derived phosphatidylserine and phosphatidic acid in Lipogen PS Plus was found in one placebo-controlled study to normalize stress induced problems with the hypotalamus-pituitary-adrenal axis in male subjects. The researchers found a normalized endocrine stress response from salivary cortisol levels in subjects who took a daily dose of phosphatidylserine and phosphatidic acid.

#4 Cebria


Neuropeptides are one of the most important signaling molecules in the brain important for a wide range of brain functions. The levels of neuropeptides decrease* with age causing significant memory problems. Cebria is a nootropic supplement designed to boost* the levels of neuropeptides in your body and, in turn, lead to better memory and mental agility. Cebria contains a patented blend of different neuropeptides that help build new neuron connections which can help improve* overall memory functioning. Studies on neuropeptide supplements on brain health have found that these chemicals improve* cognitive functioning and reduce* neurodegenerative events in older persons.

#5 Synagen IQ

Synagen IQ

Synagen IQ is another great nootropic supplement designed for almost any age and any cognitive problem. This nootropic is meant to preserve overall brain health by preventing age-related cognitive decline. Since cognitive decline begins as early as one’s late 20s, taking Synagen IQ at an early age can help you preserve brain power for much longer. Just like Lipogen PS Plus, Synagen IQ also contains a naturally-derived phosphatidylserine complex that is meant to preserve your brain health by preventing age-related loss of neuropeptides.

Those are just but a few of the Top Rated Nootropics of 2017 that are available on the market and that provide a variety of health benefits to the brain.



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Expert Author : Dr. Ahmed Zayed (Consumer Health Digest)

Dr. Ahmed Zayed Helmy holds a baccalaureate of Medicine and Surgery. He has completed his degree in 2011 at the University of Alexandria, Egypt. Dr. Ahmed believes in providing knowledgeable information to readers. Other than his passion for writing, currently he is working as a Plastic surgeon and is doing his masters at Ain shams University.

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