17 Legal Brain Enhancing Drugs That Will Expand Your Consciousness. Interest in Nootropics has grown exponentially over recent years within the health conscious communities and is still a trend moving upwards as I write this.
Nootropics are essentially smart drugs that can be bought over the counter or online at retail prices below $50. The majority of Nootropics are cognitive enhancers, that is they are designed to effectively improve cognitive functions such as memory (short term and/or long term), learning, alertness, focus and attention. Other Nootropics aim at reducing mental stress and fatigue, relax the mind and body and enhance the mood throughout the day. Both cognitive enhancement and mood enhancement are two very important factors that can drastically improve the way we function in and relate to our everyday living and create an overall positive transformation to our quality of life.
One reason why Nootropics have become one of the most popular health & fitness products to be bought on the net is their widespread availability. Mood Enhancers. The drugs do work: my life on brain enhancers. At a dinner party in the winter of 2011, a famous novelist, who's in his mid-50s and whom I'll call Paul, told me he'd used the neuroenhancer modafinil to help him get through a long, gruelling book tour.
He also told me it was another novelist, of equal fame, intelligence and reputation, who had given him his first sample of the drug. Paul and I had met many times before, and he was among the few people who knew that, in 2008, I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. And so, when Paul had finished his bowl of soup, I mentioned Margaret Talbot's New Yorker article about neuroenhancers, and asked what he thought about them.
That's when Paul told me he'd used the drug, and changed my life. Talbot's article, like many published since the mid-1990s, turned, in part, on the fuzzy ethics of the use of neuroenhancers. As is the case for many people with multiple sclerosis, the effects of weakened limbs, spasticity and fatigue had cut my working life in half. "Did you feel euphoric? " "Not quite. Why good habits are the secret to finding joy in daily life. Finding joy doesn’t have to be about making drastic changes to your life; it could just be a matter of making little tweaks.
The more good habits you build up, the higher your level of wellbeing is going to rise. Gretchen Rubin, author of Better Than Before, points out that turning something into a habit removes the need to make individual decisions all day, every day. “If we avoid decision making then we don’t have to use our self control. You don’t want to go through your day making choices, because every time you’re choosing, you have the opportunity to make the wrong choice.
When Your Life Feels Like a Mess, It’s Time to Go Within. Have you ever thought to yourself, “My life is an absolute mess … and I have no idea how to fix it”?
Perhaps you’re encountering a virtual stew of problems, that may include financial struggles, relationship problems, career confusion, health and wellness issues, or a general lack of clarity about the direction and purpose of your life (and that’s just for starters, right?). You can’t even put your finger on all that seems amiss, yet you know your life is off-track and you feel perpetually haunted by your inability to set things right. You who are usually good at solving problems have no idea where to begin to untangle this mess. What your “logical mind” is begging you for right now are solutions … answers … concrete ways to deal with your issues. It’s funny in a way that we approach solving our biggest challenges in life with the same thinking patterns that we use to complete a crossword puzzle. So here’s my advice: give yourself a break and breathe. Am I sounding a little crazy? J. What To Do When Your Life Is A Mess.
One of the most common reasons that new clients come to me for coaching is because they feel that nothing is going right in their life and they feel like their life is totally out of control.
This seems like a pretty extreme statement, but really it’s a much more common feeling than you might think. Have you ever had this feeling? Do you have this feeling now? Well, I’m not sure about you, but I’ve felt like this plenty of times. I am here to tell you that if you’re feeling like this there is good news! I find that there are two common frustrations that my clients experience when they have the “my life is a mess” feeling. The second common frustration that my clients experience when they feel like their life is a mess is the feeling of “I don’t know where to start”.