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Three Reasons Why You Must Use Nootropics

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If you ain’t cheatin’, you ain’t trying. Of course, this phrase has mostly rung true in the sporting world for many years. In the business world though, it’s always been an underlying assumption: you expect people to screw you.

But, that’s not the point of this article. The point of this is to help you get ahead in life, no matter what your goals are. Using a “performance enhancing drug” for the mind (i.e. nootropics), is frowned upon by some people.

If you can’t concentrate on something naturally, they’ll say it’s your problem. It’s your fault for not being passionate about something so that you don’t need it. To that, I say…

How many college kids are pissing money down the toilet, taking classes that have no impact on their overall major. Or worse: how many kids are studying something that will land them a job making sugary drinks at Starbucks?

Or, how many men and women are stuck in dead-end jobs they hate, barely able to get out of bed and trudge to the office in misery?

The point is, nootropics can help boost your performance in many areas of life. Not using them because of some moral code of “cheating” is downright silly. With that being said, here are seven reasons why you should utilize Nootropics.

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1. The focus.

Let’s do a quick explanation of nootropics in general. In short, they improve cognitive function. You’ll be able to work harder, smarter, and longer. With many nootropics such as modafinil, you really have tunnel vision for whatever project you’re tackling at that point in time.

The downsides to this are dehydration and lack of hunger (not a bad thing really), and they come with all the usual warnings of any drug.

But they’re well worth the downsides. The amount of work that you can accomplish on some of these smart drugs is astounding. I’ve completed some pretty-well-procrastinated projects at the last minute—and in record time—with the help of them.

My mom, who hated her office job, found herself getting most of her tasks done in about half the time and at least got a nice raise to better tolerate the job.

I’ve seen students take it, do some major cramming, and have success.

All of the distractions that bring you pleasure but detract from your goal (i.e. smartphones) are just completely forgotten. When you’ve perfected your nootropic dosage and overall routine, the sky is really the limit as to what you can achieve. But trust me, when people see the results, they’re going to think you were cheating.

Be prepared with your answers.

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2. Leaning down is easy.

Cutting Calories

Fasting programs, combined with lifting weights, are all the rage these days, and for good reason. There really is no simpler way to just get a chunk of calories out of your diet. You still get to enjoy the feeling of being full, but your overall caloric impact on the day is greatly reduced.

Especially in the western world, which is just so packed full of estrogen-filled junk food: the less you eat of it, the better. Skipping the morning donuts and Frosted Flakes will do wonders for your waistline.

In short, nootropics can curb hunger in drastic ways (usually works best if you have a major project or goal to work on with it). You know that feeling after you drink a cup of black coffee first thing in the morning? Hunger more or less falls by the wayside. Nootropics produce this effect… on steroids.

It’s common for me to just completely bypass eating until 3pm or so (I usually am up by 6am on the days I’m taking modafinil). I eat a small snack at 3pm, kill my workout, and then eat a big meal at the end of the day. Obviously, this is a great way to help cut down, or hell, even save money by skipping out on all of the office lunch outings at the local Fat House.

Workouts Are on Beast Mode

The focus and intensity aren’t just tied to cognitive activities. The benefits from nootropics also find their way into the gym.

If you’ve been stuck in a rut, take a good hard look in the mirror. Are you really, truly pushing yourself as hard as you could be in the gym? I know that when I do this self-reflection, the answer is usually no.

Nootropics will give you the focus to push through those stubborn plateaus and propel you to new PRs.

Tip: remember the dehydration effects of many nootropics: make sure to drink enough water!

3. It’s a bit “rebellious.”

Here on Matt’s site, it’s been well-documented how far the Western world—Western men in particular—has fallen. In fact, many young men don’t even have a chance: they’re raised by crappy fathers, shoved into school like herded cattle, and they have their masculinity ripped out from them at a young age.

If this is you, and you’re not happy with your life, something has to change, right?

So take that “rebellious” step. Sure, your doctors, girlfriend, mom, and everyone else will tell you that you shouldn’t take nootropics. They’ll make up some crap about how dangerous they are, how you get addicted, or hell… probably even that they’ll give you AIDS.

But maybe that rebellion is the first step you need. Perhaps the focus on nootropics gives you the courage to start your side business late in the evening. Or maybe it gives you an edge and focus in the gym that allows you to build that killer physique, that physique that women say you don’t need but secretly love.

Closing Thoughts on Nootropics

Nootropics have greatly improved my life in many ways.

And after several years of using them, I still don’t have AIDS!

The point is, I went against what many people in society thought I should do. I gave myself an edge and it’s helped me be more productive in my day-to-day life. I’ve completed intense projects in record time and I’ve busted past stubborn fitness plateaus.

All with the help of some smart drugs.

If that’s not boosting, I don’t know what is.

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  • Kris

    Sound great. However…. Are there side effects?

  • Tim

    You said 7 reasons and you gave 3… maybe they aren’t so good at focusing afterall ;)

  • Zarathoustra

    These are amphetamines and variants thereof. They are super well documented – more than a century of usage. In a nutshell : they will undeniably give you a boost. But in the long run, they will also fry your brain. It’s kinda like driving your car in permanent overdrive. But hey, who needs a brain after all. It’s overrated.