How to choose the best nootropic stacks

Choosing the best nootropic stacks and supplements is a much harder task than it looks at first sight. With hundreds of supplements on the market, everyone is getting confused. To stop this confusion, I have decided to write this post and share the best techniques that will help you choose the right nootropic supplements.

Define a clear goal

First of all, you have to define a clear goal you want to achieve with nootropics. According to Greg, the founder of Your Inception, most people take nootropics to achieve better cognitive performance and focus.

However, you can also take nootropics to slow down cognitive decline, improve your sleep, and to enhance your memory. 

What is your budget?

Many people don’t realize that nootropic stacks can be quite expensive if you go for high-quality supplements. But it doesn’t have to be that way. I am not saying to buy cheap and low-quality nootropics from China. However, by clearly defining your goals and your budget, it is much easier to find affordable stacks that support your main goal. 

Find a high-quality nootropic provider

I don’t know how many nootropic brands are currently on the market. However, if you look at the data, you will see that the market is rapidly growing. There is no doubt that more and more companies are offering their products on the market. Therefore, you have to be careful when choosing the best nootropic stacks. 

I recommend checking this list (link below) to ensure you buy only high-quality nootropic supplements:

If you want to improve your sleep, then you will find a great guide here:

To make it easier for you, here you will find award-winning nootropic stacks:

Stick to the rules

When people start taking nootropics, usually two things happen: Either they overdose (instead of taking 3 capsules per day, they take 6, for example), or they start working more, eating junk food, or sleeping less. This happens because many people wrongly believe that nootropics are magical pills that can dramatically improve your performance. They can’t (at least not yet), especially if you don’t follow the rules.

So, which rules do I have in my mind?

  1. Avoid junk food 
  2. Sleep at least 7 hours per night
  3. Drink a lot of water
  4. Avoid sugar
  5. Turn off all electronic devices at least 1 hour before sleep
  6. Do not consume caffeine after 2 PM
  7. Workout at least three times per week

Take nootropics for at least 3-4 weeks

Many nootropics take some time to kick-in and provide the promised benefits. So if you take nootropics only for a couple of days, it is hard to expect outstanding benefits. I usually recommend taking them for at least 3-4 weeks to get the most benefits. 

But the science is clear – the longer you take nootropics, the better results you can expect. If you are taking them to slow down cognitive decline, then I can imagine many experts will recommend taking nootropics daily for years. 

If this happens, do not forget about cycling. 5 days on and 2 days off is still my favorite way to take nootropics, keep the benefits, and avoid side effects. I hope this makes sense.