Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) can be hyperactive or not. In instances where it is, the condition goes by the name of ADHD or Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder. Both scenarios share common traits that are typically associated with a lack of focus and concentration, impulsive behavior, difficulty multitasking, or having little control over emotions or actions. But are there any effective nootropics that can help with ADD and ADHD?
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Nootropics (colloquial: smart drugs, brain supplements and cognitive enhancers) are drugs, supplements, and other substances that may improve cognitive function, particularly executive functions, memory, creativity, or motivation, in healthy individuals.
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Uridine choline and fish oil are good because when taken together they up-regulate dopamine receptors. It is especially important if you have addiction to drugs or masturbation (which is likely if you have adhd) these will help your dopamine receptors recover from those
Sulbutiamine as well as cordyceps are good for increasing dopamine. Sulbutiamine is a B1 vitamin that crosses the blood brain barrier better which makes it very powerful. Cordyceps gives you brain more l-dopa. However you can build a tolerance to both so it’s best to use them when you’ve slept poorly
L-dopa shouldn’t be used everyday